CNN’s Anti-Semitic Icon Marc Lamont Hill — GONE!


Anti-Semitic very far left Marc Lamont Hill was fired after his speech at the U.N. International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People calling for a “free Palestine from the river to the sea”. That’s a reference to destroying Israel and it’s the terrorists’ rallying cry. He also called for BDS, a boycott of Israeli goods, a movement started by terrorists and he advocated for violence.

CNN had enough.

“Marc Lamont Hill is no longer under contract with CNN,” the network announced Thursday.

The Anti-Defamation League and the National Council of Young Israel both condemned his comments, Hill defended his stance with a slew of tweets, claiming the harmlessness of the expression he used and denying he promoted violence.

In a tirade of tweets, he claimed he didn’t say what he said and ignored his anti-Semitic viewpoints. When you combine what he said with his affection for Louis Farrakhan, it’s hard to feel sorry for him.

These are a few of his tweets but there are many:

On Facebook, Hill wrote:

“Today, I spoke at the United Nations, as a representative of civil society, for the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. It was truly an honor.

I ruffled a few feathers, as I offered a thorough critique of Israeli policy and practice, American complicity (both current and pre-Trump), respectability politics, and state violence across the Middle East and US.

Beyond critique, I also offered a vision of transnational political solidarity, courageous action, and radical hope.”

Hill had to know what that expression refers to but that’s an opinion. Listen to the speech for yourself.

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