On Monday, mere hours before the Ohio State University radical Islamic terrorist attack, whose responsibility was claimed by ISIS and perpetrated by a Somali refugee, CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota suggested that Americans wear hijabs, or religious head scarfs, in solidarity with Muslim women who claim to be too frightened to wear one since the election of Republican Donald Trump.
“Maybe there will be a movement where people wear the head scarf in solidarity. You know, even if you’re not Muslim,” stated Camerota, during a “New Day" segment called “The Trump Transition: Fearful Muslim women take steps to be safe."
“Maybe it’s the way people shave their heads, you know, sometimes in solidarity with somebody who is going through something,” added the anchor.
The segment hyped the left-wing narrative that Trump's election has led to mass Islamophobia. There was, of course, no mention of the numerous pro-Trump hate-crime hoaxes, or the onslaught of reported attacks on Trump supporters carried out by leftists following the election.
As The Daily Wire reported two weeks ago, a female Muslim college student at the University of Louisiana claimed she was assaulted and robbed by two white male Trump supporters, apparently sporting white "Trump" hats during the incident. She later admitted the entire incident was fabricated.
Moreover, the terror attack by Somali refugee Abdul Razak Ali Artan, 18, was carried out just hours after Camerota's suggestion of a hijab-solidarity movement.
The Muslim terrorist was killed by a heroic campus police officer after he attacked fellow students with a butcher knife and a vehicle. Artan, ironically, complained to the campus newspaper about alleged Islamophobia earlier this year.
“I wanted to pray in the open, but I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media,” the would-be terrorist told the school paper. “I’m a Muslim, it’s not what the media portrays me to be.”