Mehdi Hasan Sarcastically Torches Potential Trump AG's Chilling Vows About Him

“Nothing to see here," the MSNBC anchor said, before pointing out exactly what there is to see with Mike Davis' threats.
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MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan on Monday hit back at conservative lawyer and activist Mike Davis, after Davis vowed to deport the journalist if Donald Trump wins the 2024 election and Davis is named attorney general ― as multiple Trump insiders have reportedly pitched.

Hasan on his show Sunday highlighted “Davis’ threats to send journalists to the D.C. gulag” and “his repeated calls on social media for his followers to ‘arm up against the violent Black underclass,’” during a segment on the extremist figures who may carry out Trump’s radical agenda in a potential second term.

Davis responded on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

Davis wrote that the British-American Hasan is now on his lists to be indicted, detained, denaturalized and deported.

“I already have his spot picked out in the DC gulag,” the possible Cabinet member wrote. “But I’ll put him in the women’s cell block, with @Timodc [former Republican National Committee spokesperson Tim Miller]. So these whiny leftists don’t get beat up as often.”

Hasan sarcastically responded: “Nothing to see here, just the former [Supreme Court Justice Neil] Gorsuch law clerk touted as Trump’s next attorney-general, threatening to indict, detain, & deport me (for what?) & put Tim Miller, who is gay, in a women’s prison.”

“Nothing at all unconstitutional, fascistic, or bigoted about any of this,” he added.

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