CNN's Don Lemon Legally Changes Name To Don X, Joins LGBTQ+ Nation Of Islam
CNN anchor Don Lemon announced that he had legally changed his name to 'Don X' and joined the LGBTQ+ sect of the Nation of Islam, according to a tweet released by Lemon on Wednesday. The CNN host reportedly is "sick and tired of this epidemic of white male terrorists plaguing the country" and as a result of this development he's "joining a group that has been preaching about the wickedness of this devil for years."
"We need to stop demonizing any one group of people, but first we need to recognize that white males are terrorists," said Don X in an interview with Flake News. "Out of the millions of white demons, a handful of them have recently done some very terrible and violent things. Therefore, it's right to go before the country and stigmatize all of them. Maybe even create a travel ban. Sound familiar, right? I should really run for president."
Don X told Flake News that he had already went to his first LGBTQ+ Nation of Islam meeting saying that, "Everyone was very excited for our first rooftop meeting. The LGBTQ+ Nation of Islam is a very promising group that has a lot of interesting things to say about white people and Jews. We were so excited, it was hard to keep us from flying off the roof."
The CNN host had originally been raised Catholic, but he recently converted to Islam, specifically with the intent of joining the LGBTQ+ Nation of Islam because "their views on the evil white male seemed more woke to [him]."
"I felt it was necessary to change faiths to something that aligns closer with my beliefs," said Don X. "For me, the LGBTQ+ Nation Of Islam holds viewpoints on the evil white male [that] seemed more woke to me."
"I'm sick and tired of this epidemic of white male terrorists plaguing the country," said the CNN host. "I'm joining a group that has been preaching about the wickedness of this devil for years."
Mr. X said that the LGBTQ+ Nation of Islam will conduct multiple speaking tours in colleges across the country with the intent of recruiting young minds.
"I really dig the dialogue about race and culture coming out of colleges nowadays," said Don X. "They're really getting those kids to focus on race, gender, culture, religion, the wonders of segregation and deconstructing privilege. That's what college should be about, not about getting a well-paying career. That's why I think my group will be a great fit for a nationwide speaking tour."
"We'll be teaching your kids the things they'll never learn from their racist parents who were raised under the banner of American white supremacy," said the CNN host. "As-salamu alaykum."
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