Shortly before CNN publicly announced that they’d fired him as a commentator, Temple University prof Marc Lamont Hill was attempting to explain on Twitter that just because he said all that anti-Israel, anti-Semitic stuff doesn’t mean he’s anti-Israel or anti-Semitic:

Yeah … that’s not what it means.

Notably, all those factions, ideologies, movements, and politicians have anti-Semitism in common.

Hamas must’ve missed that memo.

Yep to all three.

But let him be clear:

And as a matter of principle, he believes in wiping Israel off the map.

Did his life begin recently? Because this doesn’t exactly scream “Crusader Against Anti-Semitism”:

Or does Hill expect us to believe that he didn’t realize what Farrakhan stood and continues to stand for? Actually, that might be exactly what he expects us to believe:

Wow. Based on that, we never would’ve guessed that Dr. Hill’s been fighting anti-Semitism all these years. That must be what’s made his fight so effective.

Dr. Hill’s such a swell guy.

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