Vice Co-Founder Roasts The Project’s Waleed Aly For Condemning Trump

Vice Co-Founder Roasts The Project’s Waleed Aly For Condemning Trump
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It’s not everyday you see “Vice co-founder” and “Trump supporter” used in the same sentence, but here we are, reporting the fervour with which Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes is backing Donald Trump in the U.S. election campaign, and with which he recently roasted Waleed Aly for his condemnation of Trump.

A few days ago, The Project co-host Waleed Aly gave one of his damning monologues on Trump, his policies, and basically what a dumb-ass he is, to mixed reception.

But McInnes, who left Vice in 2007, has fired back at Aly, claiming he “can’t handle the truth” while lambasting him for “blowing up” and “dramatising” things in his tirade against the candidate.

Appearing in a video for conservative news site Rebel Media, McInnes described Aly as an “East Indian virgin” and a “retard”, and made pretty unrelated comments regarding the size of his penis.

“Look at this guy, by the way you know his penis would be this big, you can just tell,” he said, indicating a very small measurement with his fingers (see featured image above).

“You don’t act in public the way you riff with your buddies,” he continued, referencing Trump’s recent ‘locker room’ comments about grabbing women “by the pussy”.

“This is how guys talk, ladies.”

You can watch the whole roasting here:

According to McInnes, what is really is going on is a “war on masculinity”, commenting that women are “incredibly attracted to success and power”.

“I’m not rich and famous and successful but I’ve hung out with rich, successful and famous people and I see women lining up.

“Women hurl themselves at rich and successful men and what kind of pussy is going to sit there and go ‘no thank you, you clearly haven’t thought this blow job through yet’. No, they oblige.”

In a separate attack on Twitter, McInnes turned his attention to Aly’s wife, saying, “Whenever I see a white women (sic) in a hijab I just think, ‘Her poor father.’”

 

McInnes has also said Trump’s proposal to “ban Muslims from returning to America is brash and bold, but it’s also what we need in this day and age.

“The reality is that most “homegrown terrorists” were radicalised abroad. (Google it.),” McInnes wrote. “Preventing people like that from re-entering the country just makes sense.”

According to news.com.au, Aly had not responded to request for comment regarding the sledging.

 

 

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