“A writer, apparently a freelance contributor as it’s described, gentleman by the name of Adeel Raja. I don’t know if you’ve heard of him. I have not. He apparently sent out a number of tweets. Here’s one of them: ‘The world today needs a Hitler,’” Hemmer began.
Hemmer read CNN’s statement about Raja that he had only been a freelancer and would not work again with CNN again, asking Thiessen what he took from its response.
“上手, まず第一に, it’s not just he contributed a couple of things here and there. 彼が書きました 54 articles for CNN, so it’s not like he had a tenuous connection to CNN,” Thiessen said. “第二に, this is not new. This is not related to this conflict. に 2014 he tweeted out ‘Hail Hitler,’ and he said he was supporting Germany in the World Cup because Hitler was a German and he did a good job with those Jews. CNN didn’t notice that back in 2014?”
“You’d think they’d do better due diligence on their contributors. At least they got rid of him,” 彼は続けた. “Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, who are virulent anti-Semites, are still on their committees in Congress. Maybe the Democrats ought to take a lesson from CNN and get rid of the anti-Semites in their ranks.”
Thiessen’s reference to far-left “分隊” メンバー 担当者. イルハン・オマル, D-Minn。, そして 担当者. ラシダ・タリーブ, D-me。, concerned their past anti-Semitic statements towards Israel and its supporters, which received widespread condemnation, including from their fellow Democratic members of Congress.