In which Sebastian Gorka smears a dead man with bullshit

Because it’s been a hot minute since we’ve heard from that large lump of Nazi-symp lard, here’s Wile E. Pickle with his Hungarian Nazi medal, dumping out a bucket of bile over Jamal Khashoggi, who’s no longer there to defend himself against the most ridiculous charge ever:

No, Pickle, Jamal Khashoggi’s last article for the Washington Post was NOT about “the need for theocracy and supporting the Muslim Brotherhood”. It was, rather prophetically, about the need for free speech in the Arab world. Something which the Saudi royal family has already strongly tipped its hand as being against, on several occasions. Including that time they financed all those “Afghan” mujahideen who later morphed into the Taliban and Al-Qaida. And those 19 guys (15 of whom were Saudi) who perpetrated 9-11, as a favor to their good friend Dubya. Lord only knows what they have up their voluminous sleeves for their buddy Donnie, but I’m sure he would like nothing more than a wad of that sweet, SWEET Saudi oil money to build yet another of his tasteless “towers”, and damn the Emoluments Clause to hell.

And no, Khashoggi wasn’t friends with Osama bin Laden. He interviewed him in his capacity as a journalist. It may surprise Pickle to hear this, but that IS what real journalists do: talk to people with whom they have little or nothing in common, with whom they may not agree in the slightest, and just get their side of a story so that the reading public is actually informed about what the fuck is going on in the world.

BTW, isn’t Gorka wanted in Hungary on gun charges? Last I heard, he was. I really have to wonder what was going through the heads of those bozos at C-SPAN, thinking they needed him of all people on the air.

Must have been a slow news day.

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