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From the August 31 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:
JONATHAN GILLIAM (GUEST HOST): I'm no fan of Linda Sarsour, as most people are not. I had a little run-in with a little friend of hers named Tamika Mallory on a radio show, who is -- has to be, I would say, the most racist person I've ever met in my life, and just a pure propaganda person.
And this is where Black Lives Matter and the Muslim Brotherhood have a connection, through this Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory, and all these people are part of these organizers for like, the Women's March, which -- people don't even realize what they're getting involved with when they attend these things.
And this has nothing to do with the Muslim Brotherhood, but this girl that was killed in Charlottesville, who was ran over by a white supremacist, and -- there's a reason why I have purpose[ful]ly not talked about white supremacists today, because I'm wanting people to see the reality of how big this group of hate actually is.
These communists, and how they spread all across these secretive groups, where you can clearly see -- and sorry for this little rant here -- but you can clearly see the stupidity of white supremacists and Nazis. They don't hide how stupid they are.
This girl goes out and marches with antifa and gets killed by one of these neo-Nazi people when she got hit by a car, but she was still marching with antifa. And I can't -- it drives me crazy when I see these marches, and people have no idea who they're identifying with, and they don't even understand that like, the Muslim Brotherhood, or Black Lives Matter, or any other communist or jihadist group is -- they're linked together.
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