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November 23, 2010

NBC Names Ground Zero Mosque Developer Person of the Year

Posted by Dave Blount at November 23, 2010 11:04 AM

Muslims share their love of grinding our faces in humiliation with their liberal allies in the media. Since the site of the World Trade Center is considered sacred to patriotic Americans, no one should be surprised to find NBC celebrating its defilement by naming Ground Zero Mosque developer Sharif El-Gamal (who has had numerous run-ins with the law) a Person of the Year:

NBC and its affiliates have been trounced in ratings over the last several years. With stations like MSNBC under their belt and liberals such as Matt Lauer and Keith Olbermann hosting programs, NBC is clearly disconnected with the average American. Another clear sign of their mismanagement: naming Sharif El-Gamal, developer of the Ground Zero Mosque, one of their "People of the Year."
In an interview set to air on Thanksgiving Day, Matt Lauer sat down with El-Gamal and discussed the "Park 51 Project." El-Gamal, who was apparently pleased to be named one of NBC's people of the year, seemed very comfortable answering questions. The excerpt released so far shows that Mr. Lauer gave El-Gamal a decidedly softball interview.

Given the increasingly obvious fact that Muslims and the moonbats who run our government and media are on the same side, the gloating triumphalism symbolized by the Ground Zero Mosque may help explain the degrading absurdities our liberal rulers have been inflicting on us at airports.

El-Gamal swats softballs served up by Matt Lower.

On a tip from SR. Hat tip: Gateway Pundit.