Almost a year ago, antisemite and terrorist supporter Marc Lamont Hill spoke at a 10-year anniversary celebration of Existence is Resistance, an anti-Israel group that claims it is “determined to promote non-violent resistance through cultural arts.” (hat tip: iTi)
Yeah, about that (as well as his claims he is against violence and terrorism); here he is joking about the group’s co-founder Nancy Mansour taking him to a palestinian prisoner release party. Note how he describes the scene (spoiler alert: there are no olive branches involved)
Remember how he was also so “contrite” in his apology letter after being fired from CNN?
And he here speaks of bringing the Crips (one of the largest and most violent associations of street gangs in the United States) and “the gangsters, the dope dealers, unemployable”, to Quds (Jerusalem) – clearly just for some peaceful, non-violent activities
Showing support for terrorist organization the PLO, which was dedicated to Israel’s destruction? Why, of course!
This is because he views Israel as an illegitimate state of White supremacists
In other words, when he is speaking to a friendly audience, he lets down his guard and reveals the truth: when he declared “from the River to the Sea,” he truly was endorsing palestinian terrorism and the destruction of the Jewish state of Israel.