02-01-19 Arab Radio: the cancer of American News Media bias, and Rashida Tlaib's challenges
#Mediabias #ArabRadio #Podcast 02-01-19 Arab Radio: the cancer of American News Media bias, and Rashida Tlaib's challenges ... Welcome to THE ARAB STREET Radio & Podcast broadcast from Chicago through 690 AM WNZK Radio in Detroit Michigan … Friday Feb. 1, 2019
This morning we take calls from listeners and discuss a wide range of issues including the racist bias of the mainstream American news media. The news media is the problem. They are the cancer. They are the source of the problems Arabs, Arab Muslims, Arab Christians and people from the Middle East face. We need to confront the news media and destroy their racist systemic nature ...
We also talk about Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib ... it's great to have a Palestinian in Congress but she comes from the extremist end of the Arab community, and she needs to stop playing into the hands of the biased news media in focusing on President Trump. Trump is a problem but he is not THE problem to Arab Americans. Trump may not be the best president but he's not the worst for Arabs and Arab Muslims ... The extremists in the Republican and Democratic party, like Senators Marco "Fidel Castro" Rubio and Chuck Schumer are the REAL PROBLEM, enabled by the racism of the news media ... my prediction is Rashida will LOSE her re-election bid in 13 months (March 10, 2020) when she has to run for the party's nomination and she will lose to an African American challenger ... she is wasting her opportunity by fighting Trump instead of addressig the needs of her congressioal district which is 70 percent African American. She won election ONLY because the African American candidates split their vote.
THE ARAB STREET Radio & Podcast is a part of the US Arab Radio Network hosted by Laila Alhusini … in an effort to energize and empower Arab Americans to stand up for their rights … for more information go to my website at www.Hanania.com Our show is available afterwards on podcast on iTunes or by visiting the website www.TheArabStreet.org.
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