Reid Doesn't Apologize to Muslims, But Paints Right as Full of Terror
After a Monday ReidOut featuring her controversial comment about Muslims and a Tuesday riddled with technical difficulties, MSNBC host Joy Reid addressed on Wednesday’s show what some deemed a clear-cut example of Islamophobia. But as usual for Reid, the bitter, vile pundit refused to apologize and accept responsibility.
Los Angeles Times Gushes Over Medical Drama With Syrian Refugee
On September 1, NBC premiered the “Pilot” of Transplant, which had been the most-watched television series for the 2019-2020 season when it aired in Canada. The title is a play on words, as transplant is not only a medical term, but applies to the main character, Bashir Hamed (Hamza Haq), a doctor from Syria who is a refugee in Canada.
FAIL: Reid Doesn't Apologize for Muslims Comment, But Loses Signal 3x
On Tuesday night, it looked as though Joy Reid’s “hackers” were at work as Reid not only failed to apologize on The ReidOut for comments saying President Trump and his “radicalized supporters” remind her of “the way Muslims act,” but she was knocked off the air three times. Her reason? Technical “gremlins” were afoot! Conveniently, the third cut out happened in the show’s last five…
St. Louis Catholics Attacked Defending Statue of City’s Namesake
You may not find many in business, universities, Congress or the Chief Justice of the United States’s office, but there are still Catholics out there willing to defend the Church, decency and civilization.
New Facebook Oversight Board Member ‘Standing with the Revolutions!’
The most radical member of Facebook’s new Oversight Board just showed herself to be even more unhinged than many feared. Tawakkol Karman, a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, announced in a June 7 tweet amidst international destructive protests that she is “standing with the revolutions!” The Muslim Brotherhood has many divisions involved in nefarious activities. One of the Brotherhood’…
Hulu Show 'Ramy' Calls Trump 'Piece of Sh**,' 'F**k-Man'
On May 29, Hulu premiered its second season of Ramy, a show about a Muslim-American man living in New Jersey. While the first season tried to showcase the complexities of an Egyptian-American immigrant family, the second season went full raging leftist, calling the U.S. army “the world’s most corrupt army” and the United States a “country that enslaves people in jails and puts them in…