Liberals declare “fatwa” on Giuliani

Liberals want former NY City Mayor Guiliani’s head on a stick, because he dare tell the truth about the Muslim Prophet Barack Obama.

CNN Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta was the first to report the threats against Guiliani on Anderson Cooper 360, recounting a conversation with Giuliani.

The threats were allegedly made over the phone; Giuliani did not state whether they were reported to the police.

From The Examiner:

“He doesn’t talk about America the way John Kennedy and Ronald Reagan did, about America’s greatness and exceptionalism,” Giuliani said in an interview published Saturday at The New York Post. “He was educated by people who were critics of the U.S. And he has not been able to overcome those influences.” The former mayor also said Obama “was influenced by Frank Marshall Davis, who was a communist,” and noted that he spent “17 years in the church of Jeremiah Wright … the guy who said ‘God damn America, not God bless America.”

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Now it seems liberals are responding in typical fashion. A post at the conservative Fire Andrea Mitchell says it’s no surprise that Guliani is receiving death threats for the comments. As we have reported time and again, angry liberals often call for the death of conservatives with whom they disagree. Some have even gone so far as to wish for the eradication of all Republicans or conservatives.

 

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