"I'm waiting for a Muslim 'All in the Family,'" says the leftist media's favorite Muslim, Reza Aslan. "Muslims are never going to feel like a part of the American family until people start to make fun of them on TV. That's how minds have always been changed in this country." Really? After all, we all know how much Muslims love being made fun of. And can Reza Aslan give us a single other example of a group that started "to feel like a part of the American family" when people started "to make fun of them on TV"?
This is just another spurious claim of Muslim victimhood from someone who has made a tidy living in the Muslims-Are-Victims industry, Reza Aslan. And it is more muddled thinking from a spectacularly muddled thinker. Which marginalized group began to "feel like a part of the American family" because they were made fun of "All in the Family"? Right-wing racist bigots? Polish hippies who were dubbed "Meathead" by their fathers-in-law?