Hussam Ayloush, an executive board member of the California Democratic Party and executive director of the Los Angeles chapter of CAIR, publicly announced that he wished more people had died in the Russian military plane crash that claimed 92 lives on early Christmas morning.
“I’m sad about the crashed Russian military jet,” Ayloush tweeted, before pivoting to a dark, twisted joke wishing the plane had more people on it.
“The TU-154 could have carried up to 180 military personnel instead of just 92,” he happily declared.
Here was Ayloush’ message …
The Russian plane was transporting more than 60 members of the Alexandrov Ensemble, a well-loved army choir and dance troupe that performs folk music and popular songs.
There were no survivors in the crash.
Ayloush deleted his post after learning that the disaster had claimed the lives of non-military members.
Deleted an earlier tweet I posted abt a Russian military jet that crashed on way to Syria before knowing it included non-combatants
— Hussam Ayloush (@HussamA) December 25, 2016
Amazingly enough, the Democrat fancies himself “a lifelong human rights activist,” though, just not civilian citizens of Russia apparently.
— Luke Rudkowski (@Lukewearechange) December 26, 2016
Ayloush has a history of controversial statements (controversial by average American standards, but pretty much the norm for Democrats). He appeared on CNN shortly after the terrorist attacks in San Bernardino and blamed the United States for the carnage.
“Let’s not forget that some of our own foreign policy, as Americans, as the West, have fueled that extremism,” he accused.
Immediately following Donald Trump’s victory in the election, the charming Democrat called for an overthrow of American government … in Arabic.
— CounterJihad (@CounterJihadUS) November 30, 2016
A real gem of a human being – which is probably why his risen in the Democrat ranks in uber-liberal California.
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