There is a silver lining to the craven cancellation of Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s honorary degree by the quisling cowards at Brandeis University. It has become a big story, and people who have never heard of Ayaan Hirsi Ali are being exposed to her for the first time. Issues that are largely absent from mainstream media outlets, Islamic honor violence, female genital mutilation, jihad doctrine, etc., are being discussed openly. It’s revelatory.
Not only is Ayaan Hirsi Ali and her message being exposed to millions of Americans who have been shielded from her truths, but the Hamas-tied Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, is finally being exposed on who and what it is.
Megyn Kelly conducted an interview last week with the dishonest jihadist, Ibrahim Hooper, of CAIR. Hooper lives by Muhammad’s mantra, “War is deceit.” But unlike Bill O’Reilly, who has called Hamas-CAIR “stand up guys” and once assured Nihad Awad, who was smearing me on his show, that he “would take care of that woman” (meaning me), Megyn Kelly pressed him – though he hardly gave her time to speak.
Going off like a car alarm, Hooper contradicted himself at every turn. On the one hand, he smeared and denounced the documentary “Honor Diaries” because of the company that produced the film. Hooper denounced the film not for its message but for its messenger. (He never addressed content.) But when Megyn Kelly asked questions about CAIR’s jihad past and unsavory connections, Hooper whined like a little girl about “CAIR-bashing.”