The Left are the useful (dhimmi) stooges for their Muslim overlords.
MODERN JOURNALISM: HUFFINGTON POST REPORTER DOXES COUNTER-JIHADI
And gets her husband fired. She had it coming: she had the wrong opinions.
“Amy Mek” has 229,000 followers on Twitter, and is firmly and outspokenly opposed to jihad terror and Sharia oppression. President Trump has retweeted her. So as far as “journalist” Luke O’Brien of the Huffington Post was concerned, she had to be destroyed.
On Thursday, the HuffPo published O’Brien’s exposé: “Trump’s Loudest Anti-Muslim Twitter Troll Is A Shady Vegan Married To An (Ousted) WWE Exec: @AmyMek anonymously spread hate online for years. She can’t hide anymore.”
“She can’t hide anymore”! Luke O’Brien in his piece does his best to portray Amy as a monster who should be shunned by all decent people. Amy was rude to a Muslim store clerk, he tells us. She has an odd relationship with a prisoner, he says.
But her primary sin has nothing to do with her personal life, however lavishly O’Brien exposes it. The main reason why Luke O’Brien hates Amy Mek and wants you to hate her, too, is because she “tirelessly spewed far-right propaganda and, above all, Islamophobia.” He also says, predictably, that she is “racist.” As evidence, O’Brien points out that she has praised Milo, who is so “racist” that he is in a gay marriage with a black man; as for “Islamophobia,” of course O’Brien means that she opposes jihad mass murder and Sharia oppression of women, non-Muslims, and others — in O’Brien’s mind, as a doctrinaire Left-fascist, all those who oppose such things are “bigots.”
“Islamophobia” is, of course, a propaganda term designed to intimidate people into fearing to oppose jihad mass murder, and that is exactly the way O’Brien uses it. In The Coming of the Third Reich, historian Richard J. Evans explains how, in the early days of National Socialist Germany, Stormtroopers (Brownshirts) “organized campaigns against unwanted professors in the local newspapers [and] staged mass disruptions of their lectures.” To express dissent from Nazi positions became a matter of taking one’s life into one’s hands. The idea of people of opposing viewpoints airing their disagreements in a civil and mutually respectful manner was gone. One was a Nazi, or one was silent (and fearful).