Post Ohio State Terrorist Attack – CNN Suggests American Women Wear Hijabs in Solidarity…

THIS IS CNN.  During a conversation about yesterday’s OSU terrorist attack carried out by a Somali refugee using a machete to attack students, CNN suggests that American women wear hijabs to show their solidarity with Somali Muslim terrorists.


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254 Responses to Post Ohio State Terrorist Attack – CNN Suggests American Women Wear Hijabs in Solidarity…

  1. kittytrump84 says:

    I think everyone should boycott CNN in solidarity against bull💩

    Liked by 38 people

    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Got to tell their advertisers too.

      Wonder if CNN has been cooking their books when it comes to reporting viewship, the way print media has been doing since 2008……… I don’t know but would be interesting to know. (TV, radio, and print media can charge higher ad prices if they have “higher” audience/reader counts.)

      You know when the newspaper or magazine company gives you a free year’s subscription AFTER you have deliberately let your subscription expire…..

      Liked by 4 people

      • TheLast Democrat says:

        Faking viewership! That is funny!

        Not to mention any names, but the “tonight’s attendance” at many a pro baseball game is an amalgamation of ticket sales, ticket give-aways, and actual seats filled.

        Here is the problem: these news outlets may be immune to loss of viewership; that may no longer be their business model. They may be getting funding from Saudi Arabia or elsewhere, and maybe with a disguise/front of “subscription” services, or a backer funding genuine, compliant advertisers.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Fe says:

      Yep. They’re a bunch of snotty little idiots

      Liked by 1 person

      • LERNIE says:


        Liked by 6 people

        • Sherlock says:

          Yep, a jihadist tries to kill innocent Americans. So, the answer is to dress like muslims.
          This is a nutshell is the anti-American left in action. I am frankly very happy that this election has torn the masks off once and for all. The enemy media has clearly identified itself so that even the most brain dead among us can see them for who they are.

          Liked by 2 people

      • jwoop66 says:

        Remember when that dingbat worked at FOX? She was all about the “r” party then. Whatawhore.


    • Abster says:

      I hope they have been. That woman should wear a hijab…backwards.

      Liked by 7 people

      • amen.
        In fact, I would like to ban that word: hijab!

        WTH are we even talking about hijabs for!!!!!!!!!!!!!!? The fact that these douche-reporters are even talking about this crap (hijabs, prayer rooms, muslim-anything…) is, as Treeper Wolfmoon1776 stated yesterday, more examples of ‘captured territory’!

        Anyone watching the MSM is getting a daily dose of all things muslim…steady desensitization of the invaded American public.

        Enough of this!

        Liked by 4 people

        • mikeyboo says:

          At least her male co-host responded with advocacy of “self-defense”. Even in profile, you could almost see his eyes twirling around in his head at her stupidity.

          Liked by 5 people

        • It wasn’t captured territory, that’s the problem. These idiots simply ceded it.

          As for me, the grandmothers of the feminist movement didn’t fight to give me the right to be outside the kitchen simply so I could turn around and capitulate to another, more worse treatment of women. CNN can kiss my backside and take their sorry station somewhere where it will be appreciated. Saudi Arabia comes to mind.

          Liked by 2 people

          • louche9 says:

            Yes, ma’am!


          • Can you even imagine giving up the rights that we’ve gained in the USA? When I was a teenager women were not allowed to have their own credit to buy anything (home, car, credit card, etc). They had to have a male family member co-sign to obtain credit. Jobs were listed in the newspaper as “Jobs for Men” and Jobs for Women”. A woman was relegated to being mainly a teacher, secretary, nurse, waitress, housekeeper, or babysitter. Most of those jobs are low paying, pink-ghetto work. This stupid woman has no idea how far women have come in this country and how women like me forged this path for her. Now she wants me to put muslim garb on to show solidarity with men who want to subjugate or kill me.



      I think matching “bacon” ear rings would be a nice touch.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Stormy says:

      Trump supporters on Twitter have been boycotting CNN since November 20th…

      Liked by 1 person

    • farmhand1927 says:

      I recommend Allyson Camarotu get over the fact her team lost, show good sportsmanship and support America and the will of the people. Trump won the legal popular vote and the Electoral College vote. To wear a hijab would only show solidarity with a religion that has strict requirements of how woman can dress, which isn’t the freedom our nation stands for. The hijab represents oppression to women of other faiths and those that don’t adhere to faith. Allyson may cover her head to feel all warm and fuzzy abt her inclusive, tolerant, diverse self, but to be true to sharia, she’d have to dress far more modestly than she does on CNN.

      America is a Christian nation so why not show solidarity, Allyson, by wearing crucifix jewelry or placing a Bible on your CNN desk? Have you ever expressed concern for Christians persecuted for their faith in America in the last 8 years?

      Most Americans believe Muslims have a right to peacefully practice their faith but we won’t wear head coverings in support. We won’t take down our flags or put away our Christmas trees either, Allyson. Why don’t you start covering your head–your face, too, if you want–to show your support for Islam while you are on TV? You work at CNN so hardly anyone will see you, but go ahead, make your social statement instead of lecturing everyone else.

      If Muslim women are fearful in America, the country that offers them freedoms they couldn’t have anywhere else, they can relocate to a nation that not only welcomes their dress code, they demand it.

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  2. FLOTUS Melania #1 Fan says:

    If you had told me 15 years ago that a CNN anchor would be suggesting that American women should surrender and submit to the barbarism of islam I never would have believed it.

    Do they forget?

    Cowards. Just cowards.

    I have no words strong enough convey the feeling of disgust that CNN gives me.

    The same disgust I have for Crooked Hillary who has been bought and payed for with Saudi money. And he who pays the piper calls the tune. Think how close we came to…..that.

    Liked by 25 people

  3. WeeWeed says:

    I suggest she bites my a$$.

    Liked by 19 people

  4. mopar2016 says:

    With their low ratings CNN couldn’t stand alone for one month. Cable bundling has to go.

    Liked by 10 people

  5. The insanity comes from not speaking english properly.

    Legal immigrants are not the same as illegal immigrants. The words are not interchangeable.

    Muslins and Radical Muslins are not the same. They are not interchangeable words.

    As for showing solidarity. Have all good American Muslims come out and condemn these actions and declare openly that they are tired of the crazy’s.
    Have them all come out and support a Jihad against all Terrorist Muslim groups all over the world.

    Liked by 5 people

    • regedit says:

      There is no good muslims.Did you ever hear any condemnation from any broader group of mulims or islamic organization-EVER?
      They are all enablers and sympathaisers!!!

      Liked by 6 people

      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        There are some, but they are deathly afraid of being murdered if they go against the radical islamic terrorist factions.

        Liked by 2 people

        • mimbler says:

          Judging from what their own religious leaders state, I don’t see how you can be a moderate muslim as opposed to a radical muslim. If you are a practicing muslim, the beliefs of the faith as I understand them make you a radical in my eyes.

          Do we make allowance for loyal American moderate KKK members? Of course not, if you belong to the KKK you are a radical. The fact that you don’t personally burn crosses and lynch people doesn’t make you a good person.

          The only thing I can imagine to be a moderate muslim is the equivalent of an Easter Catholic. Someone who nominally assumes a religion out of habit, but doesn’t actually practice it, (like the Pope sarc).

          It wasn’t that long ago that I believed “the vast majority of muslims are peace loving people”. There have since been enough polls revealing their true attitudes and desires to disabuse me of that notion.


          Liked by 9 people

          • regedit says:

            KKK comparing to the muslims are teddy bears-They dont walk around blowing up innocent people

            Liked by 3 people

          • Good analogy! If nothing is done about the spread of islam in Europe, per this research based on child birth says Germany will be an islamic state by the year 2025. (cue to 6:00 min to see the rate for United States). An American Golden Age of economic prosperity under 8 years of a Trump Administration could change things for United States and cause her people to return back to having children and stop islamification through child birth in US.

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          • seventhndr says:

            Well stated. I appreciate that Sundance calls them Islamic Fundamentalists. Anything less promotes a false belief absorbed by the willing ignorant, that there is nothing inherently dangerous about the “religion” itself.

            Liked by 3 people

      • quintrillion says:

        The penalty to leave Islam is death. Honor killing is sport to them.

        Liked by 4 people

      • odious debt says:

        Radical Muslim is redundant

        Liked by 3 people

      • The Ohio Muslims condemned that guy’s acts in the strongest possible terms. See, among others:


    • you busted up your own point, areyoustillalive…. No muslins are condemning the acts of their own crazys… Hence, how can there be any good ones? Like with bullies… the bully is a bad guy. The person who just stands by and watches the bully beat the s**t out of someone else is complicit and just as bad as the bully.


    • MVW says:

      The soccer stadium in Turkey, filled with muslims, filled, 10’s of thousands waiting for the game to start, chanting Alahu Akbar in support of the French night club massacre of hundreds.

      I’m sorry, this has been going on for 1100 years, mohammed commanded all muslims to practice violent jihad. Put powdered sugar words on it. Look up what a kafir is, what a Dhimmi treaty is, how many churches there are in Saudi Arabia.

      There are nice muslims, all it takes is 5% and the rest passive, but the whole stadium was chanting… Wake up.

      Liked by 2 people

  6. Even ultra liberal Cuomo rolled his eyes when she stepped in that one , her attempted recovery to compare cancer supporters shaving their heads was even worse and even more embarrassing . It is interesting to see a person make a complete ass of themselves while , at the same time , being so totally unaware that they are doing it .BTW that is longest I’ve watched CNN in several weeks

    Liked by 7 people

    • 4bleu says:

      What we need is transparency in media. Did that anchorperson really come up with that herself? It costs a lot of money per minute to say anything on those programs. The producers hide behind their talking heads. Was that her assignment? She wants her paycheck. The public should have full disclosure as to the identities and bios of the people who choose the ‘news.’


  7. JMC says:

    Body shaming. The Hijab is Body Shaming. Make that the meme. Let them respond, if they can.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Landslide says:

    Dear Lord, You are all-powerful and I pray that you have mercy on us and create a complete dissolution of any media that is against your will for our beloved America. And release your favor upon those who report the TRUTH. Thank you for guiding ordinary people to do extraordinary tasks. Amen.

    Liked by 9 people

  9. Atticus says:

    Stupid is as stupid does.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Concerned says:

    Cuomo looks uncomfortable. 🙂 He’s probably thinking “I cannot believe she said such a stupid thing, I’d better change the topic”.

    Yah dumb b, I’m really going to put on a burqa or whatever so I can show solidarity with women who have been enslaved. Should I also have my you-know-what mutilated? Would that make everyone feel better too?

    Liked by 2 people

  11. USA says:

    Only a dhimmi would say that or do that.

    Stay strong, fellow kafirs.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Michelle says:

    So why isn’t the host wearing a hijab?

    Liked by 4 people

  13. spanglishkc says:

    Assuming the anchor was referring to Somali immigrants…THEY should show solidarity with US and wear American flag lapel pins, put up YouTube with “I stand with” or Je Suis USA and while they are at it turn in all Somali terrorists on US soil. But that’s just me

    Liked by 4 people

  14. DEGinTN says:

    My response to ‘that’ idea? oh, he!! no!

    Liked by 1 person

  15. aredtailblog says:

    Anyone tells my cousins kid’s to wear a head scarf, I’m kicking their ass

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Paul says:

    This “anchor babe” was supposedly a conservative during all her years at Fox News, now she’s suddenly a leftie. These presstitutes agree with whoever pays their salary.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. ediegrey says:

    Incredible – liberalism really is a danger to our very lives. These people are insane.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. I think muslim women should wear bikinis to the beach in solidarity w/ their dhimi’s in Soon-no-longer-Europe.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. outerlimitsfan says:

    Lol. Even the dude looks like he is thinking “WTF is she talking about” and then mentions self defense.


  20. Oh HELL no, just HELL no… nope, no, not ever… NO! And yes, I am a woman.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. aprilyn43 says:

    No Christian woman can or should wear a shinbone, to wear it means the woman is in submission to Allah.
    I am a woman and I submit only to the Living God and I bow my knew to Jesus, King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

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  22. Muslims are soldiers, the women are breeding machines, and the Koran is a BATTLE PLAN.

    Their Dome of the Rock says “Allah has no son,” sometimes translated to “God has no son,” which makes them anti-Christ specific and sets them apart from the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

    However, even though some translate “allah” to God, Allah does not mean “God” as in Jehovah or YWEH, allah is a demon god one of their many gods that morphed through the centuries including feminine gender MOON GODDESS and HER symbol is the CRESCENT MOON. Moon always feminine represents the every changing mood of woman and her monthly cycle. Check other mythologies around the world, the female goddesses represented with the crescent moon. Muhamud changed the gender to MALE [shocking I know! {{sarc}}]

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  23. andi lee says:

    The 70s in Iran through the late 1979 women were free to gain work, education, hold office. Until hijab was mandated into law and equal rights became obsolete.

    Short video, Iran, 1970s.

    Liked by 4 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      Saw one of these on Afghanistan in the 60’s compared to post Radical Islamic takeover. So sad.

      It seems like the same thing is spreading thru Indonesia now too.

      Someone should send this clueless CNN anchor these vids.


      • In Iran, hijab is the head covering; chador is the black full-body and face covering. In Iran, women have to wear at least the hijab, but many of the more conservative women and rural area population insist on the chador, which interestingly is the Turkish word for “tent.”.


    • greenmakescents says:

      Several days ago someone posted a picture here on CTH of pre-Castro Cuba which reminded me of a pre-1979 video of Iran I ran across on Pinterest. Found it while looking for 70’s retro fashion pics a couple of years ago. It’s similar to the one you posted but longer. It boggles the mind how progressive they were for a ME country only to be forced back in time many centuries


  24. G6loq says:

    If the great US American womyn truly objected to Mooslimism we would have a Mooslime problem.
    They don’t, they coo:

    Ignore at our perils ….


  25. woohoowee says:

    Did instructions to say this come from State Dept? Or just a brain dead talking head?

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Sherlock says:

    I think all female CNN talking heads should immediately appear in hijabs, starting now. That’s what they suggest, right? So let’s see ’em do it on air.


  27. psadie says:

    That will be the day I wear a hijab…DROP DEAD


  28. And that folks is why we must win, continue to win, and never get sick of winning!

    Where do they find these morons?


  29. Crimsonfisted says:

    How many ways can you say FU?


  30. M33 says:

    CNN Viewer Response:


  31. rsanchez1990 says:

    What a stupid, stupid channel.

    To her co-host’s credit, at least he had an incredulous look on his face and mentioned self-defense training. You don’t join terrorists, you learn how to beat them!


  32. Patriot1783 says:

    Obama keeps digging his hole deeper:
    “We owe a deep debt of gratitude to the first responders who reacted so heroically with the situation there,” he said, praising their “bravery and professional skill.”
    When Breitbart News asked if the president had contacted heroic Ohio State police Officer Alan Horujko who shot and killed the attacker, Earnest demurred.
    “I don’t know that they’ve had a chance to talk at this point, but if a conversation like that occurs I will let you know,” Earnest said.


  33. kinthenorthwest says:

    Obama Silent on OSU Attacks, Despite History of Rushing to Judgment
    ISIS has now claimed responsibility for the OSU attack and, while Pres. Obama still hasn’t commented, President-Elect Donald Trump wasted no time yesterday in responding to the tragedy, expressing his condolences to the victims and praising law enforcement on Facebook:

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  34. Stormy says:

    I will never wear a Hijab, nor will I ever throw one of my homosexual friends off of a roof.

    They can just go eat bacon…


  35. Fake Nametag says:

    Can she tell me, as a man, how can I show solidarity? Should I make my wife walk behind me and should I beat her senseless if she doesn’t make me a sandwich when I ask?


  36. grlangworth says:

    In case this was not posted, Molyneux has a substantive take on the incident:


    • georgiafl says:

      He’s right about the US and Western nations destroying the Middle East. Both Democrats and Republicans (Carter, Bushes, Clintons even Reagan) have destabilized countries in every part of the globe, used CIA to foment regime change, etc.

      Is this Constitutional?

      Molyneux and his wife are, uh, unusual thinkers, however:


  37. Paul Killinger says:

    In my opinion CNN has now crossed the line between expressing their 1st Amendment rights and understanding their Constitutional responsibilities.

    What’s next for them? Burning American Flags on-air in lieu of playing our National Anthem? The glorification of Radical Islam and its saboteurs now residing in our country?

    My suggestion would be we follow the lead of dissatisfied investors in public companies. Rather than simply boycott CNN, let’s ask their ADVERTISERS if they share their views on these issues.

    And I would also like to know about any contracts CNN has with our Federal Govt and how quickly they can be rescinded.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. itsy_bitsy says:

    Well I have heard some pretty stupid things on TV, but Alisyn Camerota takes the cake with this one! She should be ashamed of herself! No wonder Fox News got rid of her.


  39. moe2004 says:

    It will be a very cold day in hell before this lady wears a burka.


  40. Dana Doran says:

    Muslims should be offended. Their garb has religious meaning…to them a hijab is not just a headscarf…or a fashion item as CNN suggests. Wearing a hijab conveys, not fashion sense, but agreement that women should be marginalized and hidden. CNN’s simplistic view is ridiculous. It is not a step toward “inclusion and diversity” it’s a recruiting tool for Islam.


  41. 180daysofkindergarten says:

    Once again, I can not believe how stupid this all is. Wear a hijab? I might mop the floor with one but that’s about it. Should I be in solidarity with other religions as well? No. Why Islam? In this country we are free to practice whatever religion we want but we are not free to take away the freedoms of others. The left, the media, the people with power and stupid, stupid people appear to want to trample all over my freedoms everyday.
    Wear a hijab…… if. What a moron.


  42. Steve in Greensboro says:

    Cuomo and Camerota: CNN’s version of Dumb &Dumber.


  43. Buck Turgidson says:

    How about that stupid dumbass woman move to saudi arabia where she can wear a hijab every day. Now that would be solidarity. But not here. We are being invaded by a hostile cult that has no intention of assimilating to our culture and values. they are here to take over, and the hijab is a warning signal. But we aren’t going to roll over and lose and surrender our Constitution to sharia law. I say deport all muzzies. Raze all mosques and tell them they are going home. If born here, they get a one-way air ticket to a muzzie country of their choice.


  44. OWK says:

    Without our (taxpayer) money, crapsalad-not-newes would have never existed…heh


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