ABC’s Chris Cuomo Incredibly Stupid Comment, “Christians Shouldn’t Condemn Jihad Because of the Crusades”
UNBELIEVABLE … Don’t condemn present day Islamic jihad because of what took place centuries ago … STUCK ON STUPID!
We are yet witness again to the absolute stupidity of the MSM as ABC’s Chris Cuomo defends jihad and criticizes those that would dare find fault with Muslim jihad. Chris Cuomo actually tweeted the following, “Christians Shouldn’t Condemn Jihad Because of the Crusades.”
Some body owes every one a big apology.
Hat Tip: Weasel Zippers
UNREAL, we are not supposed to condemn jihad that goes on in present day society every day because of what took place centuries ago? ARE YOU INSANE?!!! That’s correct folks, according to Cuomo do not condemn cutting the heads off of the infidels and news reporters like Danny Pearl, do not criticize the killing of innocent civilians by suicide bombers and by all mean America … you must not condemn Islamic jihad when they fly planes into buildings on September 11, 2001 and kill nearly 3000 innocent people.
Not only does Cuomo show his complete stupidity and PC run amok in typical MSM fashion, as NewsBusters points out, he also shows his complete ignorance of the facts. However, in typical liberal MSM fashion, why would they let the facts get in the way of liberal bias?
In a tweet Aug. 26, ABC “20/20″ anchor Chris Cuomo told his 987,000 followers not to condemn Muslim violence because other religions have perpetrated violence in the past.
“To all my christian brothers and sisters, especially catholics – before u condemn muslims for violence, remember the crusades….study them,” Cuomo tweeted around 9:30 am.
So does past violence justify modern violence? If so, maybe Cuomo should take his own advice and study the Crusades. Even a brief study would reveal a much more complicated situation than Cuomo’s tweet suggests about who struck first.
Historians, including professor and author Bernard Lewis, have noted that the Crusades were in fact a response to jihad. “The Crusades could more accurately be described as a limited, belated and, in the last analysis, ineffectual response to the jihad – a failed attempt to recover by a Christian holy war what had been lost to a Muslim holy war,” Lewis wrote in the Wall Street Journal shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.