Rachel Ray Scarf Says Terrorist But Michelle Malkin Jacket Says Gay

05/29/2008 02:19 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

I always suspected that Rachel Ray had radical left wing politics and a strong sense of solidarity with the people of Palestine. But I could never prove it. But now, thanks to Michelle Malkin, we have the proof: an incriminating Dunkin' Donuts ad in which Ray dons a Keffiyeh, a traditional head scarf worn by Arab men. Luckily, Duncin' Donuts pulled the ad and our national security has not been compromised.

But we still have to be vigilant. Who knows what cell Ray is really with. Since the Keffiyeh is worn in several countries, Ray could be worse than just a Yasser Arafat fan. She could be a Bedouin sympathizer, a Somali apologist, or even a die hard Laurence of Arabia fan, whether man or movie?. In fact, couldn't the Keffiyeh be Ray's red herring? Could Ray be hiding Osama Bin Laden. If not, how do we explain this terrorist gesture which was first popularized by Osama Bin Laden?

Dunkin' Donuts tried to play on Americans' natural freedom-loving and paisley-loving sensibility by insisting that the scarf was "a black-and-white silk scarf with a paisley design." But Michelle Malkin saw through that silk facade and exposed the truth about Ray's scarf: it's cotton. And it's an accessory of mass destruction. Malkin explained the air tight slam dunk intelligence which proved Rachel Ray's Arab/Muslim/Palestinian/terrorist affiliations:

The keffiyeh, for the clueless, is the traditional scarf of Arab men that has come to symbolize murderous Palestinian jihad. Popularized by Yasser Arafat and a regular adornment of Muslim terrorists appearing in beheading and hostage-taking videos, the apparel has been mainstreamed by both ignorant and not-so-ignorant fashion designers, celebrities, and left-wing icons.

I appreciate Malkin's heightened post 9/11 patriotism. But I was sickened to find incriminating photos of Malkin in a leather jacket. The same woman who vilifies and conflates all Arab men, is actually promoting gay leather subculture. Let me explain:

a Leather Jacket, for the clueless, is the traditional jacket of Gay leather men that has come to symbolize the homosexual jihad against our values. Popularized by Glen Hughes of the Village People and a regular adornment of Gay liberationists appearing in pride parades and Queen videos, leather has been been mainstreamed by both ignorant and not-so-ignorant fashion designers, celebrities, and INTERNMENT-OF-JAPANESE-AMERICANS-DEFENDING RIGHT WING PUNDITS

Ms. Malkin. I was prepared to boycott Dunkin Donuts, as you suggested. But unless you apologize for mainstreaming gay sub culture and leading a gay jihad, I'll have to boycott you.