Former CNN host calls for Trump supporters to be ‘eradicated’

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They want blood.

Reza Aslan, the former CNN host, is the latest high-profile liberal to deliberately choose violent rhetoric when discussing Trump supporters, just days after a liberal Elizabeth Warren fan opened fire on a crowd in Ohio and two years after a crazed MSNBC viewer sprayed bullets at Republican members of Congress.

“After today there is no longer any room for nuance. The President is a white nationalist terror leader. His supporters – ALL OF THEM – are by definition white nationalist terror supporters. The MAGA hat is a KKK hood. And this evil, racist scourge must be eradicated from society,” Aslan tweeted.

That tweet came several hours after he called for Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway to be “eradicated.”

“You are “the depraved evil” we need to eradicate.,” he tweeted.

Aslan’s tweets are an example of what liberals call “stochastic terrorism.” The liberal theory of “stochastic terrorism” claims conservatives in the media speak in secret codes that are deliberately intended to provoke “lone wolves” into carrying out violent attacks.

A good example of “stochastic terrorism” would be a prominent former CNN host calling for a president’s adviser and his followers to be “eradicated” when discussing mass shootings.

Aslan was fired from CNN for virulent anti-Trump tweets, and for eating part of a human brain on the air in a segment that made it appear Hindus engage in cannibalism.