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Cyberpath Robert Spencer’s Bizarre Projection

31 October 2010 Spencer Watch No Comment Email This Post Email This Post

In an article in the far-right strangely-named website “humanevents.com,” Robert Spencer whose feelings are apparently still hurt by the drubbings he got from Reza Aslan and Ahmed Rehab goes on the following rant:

Islamic supremacists such as Ahmed Rehab of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a group with numerous ties to Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, and Reza Aslan of the National Iranian American Council (NIAC), a group often criticized for its unstinting practice of running interference for Iran’s bloody Islamic regime, traffic in adolescent ridicule and abuse rather than dealing with the real objections their opponents raise.

This general refusal to engage their opposition’s arguments is a sign that the Leftists and Islamic supremacists feel keenly their own intellectual vacuity. They know that in light of it they can do nothing but ignore, mock, or try to bully people who speak the truth.

Ironically, this is the same Spencer who was posting old shirtless photos of Rehab and calling Aslan and Rehab “metrosexuals” and “supremacists” and talking about lipstick and eyeliners and literally singing schoolyard taunts. That he would accuse them of  “adolescent ridicule and abuse rather than dealing with the real objections their opponents raise” while being the one to engage in such adolescent ridicule and abuse rather than dealing with the real objections that Rehab and Reza raised about him such that he’s a cherry-picker, an opportunist who selectively quotes history, is bewildering. One can only conclude that either Spencer is one long comedic act, or that he is genuinely delirious and incapable of noticing his glaring hypocrisy.

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