Hannity guest says Ilhan Omar is 'infatuated' with al Qaeda, Hamas, and Hezbollah

I should preface this by saying, yeah, there’s no evidence for this.

Mediaite:

Bernard Kerik — a former New York police commissioner whose nomination by President Bush to serve as head of Homeland Security was derailed after he was sentenced to four years in prison on eight felony charges, including tax evasion — appeared on Sean Hannity‘s show Monday to comment on the controversy surrounding Omar.

“She is infatuated with al-Qaeda, with Hamas, Hezbollah,” Kerik said, providing little in the way of evidence for the claim.

“She was at CAIR at a fundraiser, she was the keynote speaker at a fundraiser for CAIR, which according to the United Arab Emirates, an Arab nation, they are a terrorist organization,” he continued. (The United States does not consider CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a terrorist organization.)

Of course this dude is a felon because … of course he is.

So even after our pr*sident put Omar’s life in danger with a video that looked like a home-schooled neo-Nazi kid’s class project, his flying monkeys in the media are not pulling back. They’re still going after her hammer and tongs … over these incendiary words: “some people did something.” It’s not like she said there were very fine people on both sides of 9/11. Because that would have been really crazy.

Well, you can give Hannity credit for one thing, anyway. He knows his audience, and he’s gonna milk this like a prize Holstein until his dwindling horde of doddering dunces is covered head-to-toe in butterfat.

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