“The popular dating app Bumble will work with the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Technology and Society for ‘guidance on identifying all hate symbols’” that users are apparently adding to their online profiles.
So I visited the ADL website, where they list precisely 178 hate symbols — every single one pertaining to white supremacy groups. According to the ADL, the clear and present danger is some hillbilly neo-Nazi living in grandma’s basement!
Not even the flag of ISIS is listed.
Meanwhile the U.S. Department of State recognizes 61 terrorist groups, and most are Islamic.
The story goes on to say that Bumble and the ADL are teaming up to “ban all forms of hate.”
Really? Or... just certain forms of hate?
NEXT: Marc Morano of ClimateDepot.com talks about Catherine McKenna's determination to convince America to stick with the Paris climate accord.
FINALLY: The Islamic holiday of Eid ended earlier this month. Now, I’m all for diversity and inclusion, but not at the expense of public safety. Consider the expose we ran last summer:
When it comes to the slaughter of animals in Ontario, for years, Muslims have had an exemption to the food safety protocols.
Ministry of Agriculture spokespeople would only consent to answer my questions via email. As you’ll see, their answers didn’t make sense.
But get a load of this: Last week, I bumped into Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne! With time for only one question, I asked her about these Eid slaughterhouse exemptions.
WATCH to see what Premier Wynne told me. It just gets more bizarre.