FORMER CNN contributor and alleged Hitler fanboy Adeel Raja WHINES about free speech after CNN fires him for ‘horrifying’ anti-Semitic tweets

As Twitchy reported, eight-year-long CNN contributor Adeel Raja has a history of tweeting positively about Adolf Hitler (no, seriously), going so far as to claim on Sunday the world today needs a Hitler. This tweet is what finally garnered the attention of the Twittersphere (and what has likely cost him his gig), but looking through Raja’s timeline … yikes.

We like how CNN tried to pretend he was only this little tiny contributor when the guy has been working for them for eight years and has written over 50 articles.

You’d THINK someone at CNN would have noticed the guy praising Hitler …

*snort*

Ouch.

Truth hurts.

Yeah, Raja still has his pretty blue check which according to the way Twitter has been verifying people for the past few years, means they are AOK with what he tweets. Let that sink in for a minute.

Oh, and Raja was quick to play the victim and whine about the West’s claim of ‘freedom of expression.’

What Raja doesn’t seem to understand is ‘freedom of speech’ refers to the fact the government will not punish you for what you say or write. It has nothing to do with CNN firing him for being an anti-Semitic dbag on TWitter.

Sorry, but that’s just not how free speech works, dude.

Ding ding ding.

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