Fox News host to Muslims: If you don’t want to be portrayed as terrorists, don’t set off bombs, burn people alive

Fox News anchor Jon Scott is being crucified by liberal media for making a blunt observation about Muslims on Easter Sunday.

Scott made the remarks on Fox & Friends while discussing “Homeland” star Mandy Patinkin, who admitted that the show made a deliberate effort to portray white men as the bad guys in season 6.

Patinkin said “Homeland” executives pushed their pro-Islam agenda after being slammed for their realistic portrayals of Muslim terrorists in previous seasons (it also had Muslim heroes, so the PC police wouldn’t whine).

That’s when the usually mild-mannered Jon Scott remarked: “They’re gonna run the Boston Marathon tomorrow, right? Do we remember who the bombers of the Boston Marathon were? Just an aside to the Muslim community: ‘If you don’t want to be portrayed in a negative light, maybe don’t burn people alive and set off bombs and things like that.’”

Fox & Friends co-host Pete Hegseth, an Army vet who served in Afghanistan, added that Muslims should “point out the radicalism and say ‘That’s not me.’”

Like many longtime “Homeland” fans, Hegseth was disgusted by the overt leftist propaganda the HBO series pushed this season, which they punctuated by killing off heroic CIA agent Peter Quinn (presumably a proxy for all white men who “deserve” to die).

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Hegseth said TV fans want to be entertained, not lectured at by Hollywood moonbats. “What is discouraging is that there is a political agenda behind the plots,” he said.

Predictably, Jon Scott was blasted for his Muslim comments by virtue-signaling liberals, who called him racist and Islamophobic.

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