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Thursday, September 11, 2014 

Greg Rucka sides with Islamic victimology

Besides the screenshot of Gene Ha's troubling retweet, here's another screenshot of a retweet by an overrated leftist comics writer, this time being one Greg Rucka, who retweeted an item from one of England's worst papers, the Guardian:
Sigh. As seen at the top left corner, Rucka retweeted this living-in-a-bubble apologia and victimhood, letting a serious downside of his show in the process. All on the eve of 2014's 9-11 Memorial. He actually buys into someone spouting taqqiya? I'd recommend he look to a better source on the issue at the Toronto Sun, and that he take a look at what Steve Crowder is quoting from the Koran in the following tweet:

So, who's Rucka going to believe? The word of a propagandist writing for one of the worst newspapers in the UK who doesn't acknowledge a single verse from within the Koran, or that of a guy stateside who cares about his country's safety and has the guts to cite one of the most telling verses from Islam's leading book?

And I hope Rucka's attending the 9-11 Memorial, because here's one Hollywooder who says liberals are turning a deaf ear and blind eye to 9-11. I don't think Rucka would want anybody to think he's just as bad as they are, would he?

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