CAIR Attorney Rambles, Cites Non-Existent Newspaper on Hannity Show
A staff attorney for the Islamic group CAIR (Council on Islamic-American Relations) recently appeared on Fox News' popular Hannity show to debate Michelle Fields on whether Islamic holidays should be celebrated in New York City public schools.
The attorney, Gadeir Abbas, rambled continuously, seemingly losing his ability to stop and allow Sean Hannity or Michelle Fields to speak. Hannity ultimately had to have his staff silence the mic of the CAIR attorney.
The CAIR attorney began quoting statistics from a newspaper that did not exist. Hannity challenged him on the publication not existing, only for Abbas to continue talking without cessation. Fields correctly mentioned that liberal groups have fought hard to remove our nation’s holidays from their religious origins in public schools, only to now double back and insist Americans honor religious holidays for Muslims.