By David Kamioner | January 15, 2020

Isn’t it lovely when foreign political geniuses make sweeping statements about a group they’ve never met and are likely never to cross paths with in the future?

One such charmer is British pundit and race hustler Mehdi Raza Hasan, who most probably believes his ethnic heritage protects him from being called a vicious charlatan when he labels the 63 million American voters who cast their ballot for Donald Trump in 2016 racists and bigots.

Here is the spellbinding logician at work.

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And perhaps Hasan is right as it pertains to his rhetorical immunity when it comes to masochistic Anglo-Saxon leftists.

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However, to this Latin, South American Indian, and black conservative political analyst he is more than fair game. He is a one-man target-rich environment.

Just where does an employee of the Jew-baiting and terrorist-apologizing Al-Jazeera come off accusing anybody of bigotry?

His one-size-fits-all indictment of Americans is typical of Hasan and his filthy genocidal ilk and is reminiscent of the group hate statements of Amin al-Husseini. Oh, you remember him, Mehdi. That wretched piece of wasted skin was the Islamist Grand Mufti of Jerusalem who sat out WWII in grand comfort as an honored guest…in Berlin.

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And does the thrower at the American people of such novel insults as “racist” think his epithets will decrease the number of votes garnered by the president in November?

Fat chance.

The reaction of the American people to lines like those of Hasan is usually not exactly warm and fuzzy.

It only will increase our drive to reelect the president and remind us who the real opposition is at home and abroad.

If that’s what he meant to do then Mehdi Hasan wildly succeeded. If not, I doubt he will get a good ticket to the next Trump inauguration.

This piece originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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