CNN demonstrates once again why it is known as the Communist News Network. Moments before the Ohio State University Islamic jihad attack, CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota suggested that American women should show solidarity with Muslim women by wearing a hijab.

"Maybe there will be a movement where people wear the head scarf in solidarity," Camerota said during an early-morning broadcast on CNN's New Day. "You know, even if you're not Muslim."

"Maybe it's the way people shave their heads, you know, sometimes in solidarity with somebody who is going through something," she added.

Why on earth would an American woman put one of those things on to show solidarity with the culture of Islam? The only reason I can think of is not an issue of solidarity, but of submission.

Camerota was responding to a segment titled "The Trump Transition: Fearful Muslim women take steps to be safe," in which Muslim women in America claim they are in fear of being attacked for wearing hijabs. Has anyone heard such threats? I haven't.

Of course, it's nothing more than the hysteria promoted by fake news outlets like CNN against President-elect Donald Trump who has called for deportation of illegal aliens and a halt to Muslim immigration.

"I hope I can wear it one day again. I hope I can feel safe enough to do so," Marwa Abdelghani, a Muslim-American woman, told the network.

Oh please. I'll just bet Ms. Abdelghani wears it every day without any fear. In fact, out of those who have the most to fear in America, Muslims are some of the least.

Chuck Ross at the Daily Caller rightly pointed out, "The piece did not note that some of the alleged hate incidents in the aftermath of Trump's win have been found to be hoaxes. An 18-year-old University of Louisana-Lafayette student was charged with filing a false report after she claimed that a group of white Trump supporters hurled racial slurs at her and stole her hijab several days after the election."

More than likely the letter that was sent to three California mosques that threatened violence against Muslims was another fake hate crime by Muslims.

Muslims faking hate crimes comes from the same playbook at sodomites who fake hate crimes. So, any fear generated comes from within the community, not from outside of it.

Interestingly enough, Abdul Razak Ali Artan, 18, the Somali refugee who is suspected of carrying out the OSU jihad, engaged in taqiyya earlier this year with the Ohio State University's student newspaper.

"I wanted to pray in the open, but I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media," he said in that interview. "I'm a Muslim, it's not what the media portrays me to be."

No, the mainstream media portrays you to be this kind, gentle, peaceful person, but the reality is that those who follow Muhammad are anything but those things. They are at their heart, monsters who are consumed with a death cult and want to inflict that ideology on others and society.

What's even more interesting is that former CNN host Lara Baldesarra responded to the news out of Canada that was celebrating its first hijab-wearing Muslim news anchor, while she claimed that she was warned not to wear a Christian cross while she was on the air.

"Any guesses which channel told me it was "inappropriate" for me to wear my cross on air?" she tweeted.

Baldesarra is not on record as working for CityNews, the network that produced the hijab-wearing Muslim news anchor, so it seems fair to assume she is referring to CNN.

Ms. Baldesarra left CNN in April 2015, but has called out the mainstream media for failing to identify the problem of Islamic jihad.

"Why call it "terrorism"? Just call it Radical Islamism. It's hate, it's death, it's an ideology – and this is it at work," she tweeted following the Nice attack in 2016.

No, my friends we do not need to have our women wear hijabs to show solidarity with Muslims. We need our women and men to be bold and declare to them the Gospel of Jesus Christ and see them converted to King Jesus and live their lives for His glory, demonstrating love for God and love for their neighbors.

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