CNN’s Marc Lamont Hill Calls Mets Fans Terrorists, Compares Mets To ISIS

About two weeks ago, as the relentless stabbing attacks against Jewish Israelis continued amid Palestinian incitement, Marc Lamont Hill took it upon himself to hop a plane to what he called “occupied Jerusalem.” He did this so that he could teach his students at Morehouse College about “ritual humiliation” and “systemic erasure” of Palestinian Arabs.

I criticized him at the time because of his lack of understanding that the checkpoints he was so concerned about were a response to terrorism (as well as a few days before that for endorsing the demographic destruction of Israel).

Turns out, I spoke to soon. Marc is, in fact, quite concerned about terrorism — terrorism BY METS FANS.

That’s right, while Hill pays lip service at best to Palestinian violence, claiming on one hand that he “rejects violence” but “locating its source” in “legit concerns,” he calls baseball fans, who are excited that their team is in the World Series for the first time in 15 years, “terrorists.” Not only that, he compares the Mets themselves to ISIS.

On what I’m sure is an unrelated note, at Citi Field, where the Mets play, you can buy Kosher food at a stand and daven with a minyan during the seventh inning stretch.



A Zionist in exile, Mirabelle has, in past lives, been a lawyer, a skier, and a chef. Outside of Israel, her favorite place in the world is Sun Valley, Idaho.

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