FLASHBACK – CNN’s Reza Aslan Eats Human Brain With a Cannibal on National Television (VIDEO)

CNN host, Reza Aslan went on a profane Twitter rant against President Donald Trump on Saturday night, calling Trump a “piece of sh*t”, a “stain on the presidency” and an “embarrassment to America…and humanity” over Trump’s calling for reinstatement of his travel ban in response to the London terror attacks earlier Saturday night.

Reza Aslan’s holier-than-thou act is pathetic considering he ate human brain while he was filming a documentary series called ‘Believer’. This particular episode, Aslan focused on the ‘Aghori’ in Tulsi Gabbard which practices cannibalism.

But he’s a liberal, so of course he doesn’t even have to meet the rigors he sets for others.

There are less than 100 Aghori ‘Hindu’s’ and their practices are condemned by the over 1 billion practicing Hindu’s. Aslan received a huge backlash from Hindu’s for portraying them in this light.

Aslan also had human ashes spread on his face as he sat with the Aghori during their ritual. As soon as Aslan asked why people on the other side of the river are so afraid of the Aghori, the guru became very hostile.

Aghori: “Should we eat the living? Shall I show you by eating my own flesh? Then call me an Aghori.”

Aslan: “I see. Um why, why do-”

Aghori: “I will cut your head off if you keep talking so much!”

At this point you can see the fear on Aslan’s face as he starts to regret his decision to film this segment. He motioned for his Director, Ben Selkow to come over.

Aslan to Selkow: “I feel like this may have been a mistake..maybe just like someone distracts him and I just leave. I can be very polite about it.

At this point the Aghori offers Aslan human brains and he eats it. But it’s President Trump who’s an embarrassment to America and humanity, got it!

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