This Muslim protester, Bassem Masri, spits on an officer and then denies it in a CNN interview. Check it out…
Bassem Masri, the Muslim Ferguson protest leader who has threatened the lives of police on video, was interviewed on CNN after being arrested for spitting on an officer.
If you are not familiar with the vile Masri, he is the self-described “Palestinian” Muslim who has been at the center of several violent incidents involving rioters over the past 2 months.
Here is some of the transcript from the interview:
“No, no I didn’t. That was an expression that, uh, we use in, uh, Arabs, you know what I’m sayin’? Basically, it’s just a sound of me being, you know, me spitting. It’s not what I was actually doing. So, uh, yeah.”
Smerconish then pushed Masri, asking if he was aware that he was arrested specifically for spitting on an officer.
Masri responded, “Yeah, they believe, they believe videos and they believe twitter shows before they actually look at evidence. But that’ll get thrown out of court. That’s cultural background, so, it’s all good, you know?”
At the beginning of the CNN interview, Smerconish got right to the point and asked Masri if he spit on an officer. Of course Masri denies it, but we have him ON VIDEO below admitting to the act (@2:49):
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