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Sunday, 26 February 2017

World's most famous porn star Jenna Jameson goes on Twitter rant slamming Muslims and defending the KKK.

The actress said she didn't hate Muslims but instead simply "disagree with absolutely everything they represent"

Jenna Jameson, arriving at the Celebrity Big Brother House, has taken to social to express her views on the world again.
Porn star Jenna Jameson has launched a tirade targeting Muslims while facing claims she had tried to defend the activities of the Ku Klux Klan.
"Repeat after me... Muslim rape gangs," she wrote yesterday linking to a web page about a mother being raped for hours in Sweden.
She later tweeted: "I don't 'hate' them... I disagree with absolutely everything they represent, and I am utterly unafraid to express my opinion."
And she added: "I disagree with following an ideology that abuses women, kills gays, mutilates female children and murders apostates.
Jenna Jameson goes on rant slamming Muslims and defending KKK
Jenna Jameson pregnant.
"Even moderate Muslims believe homosexuality is a criminal offense, polygamy is the norm, women are considered animals. Shall I go on?"
She then appeared to compare the religion to the KKK, asking if the latter had committed any terror attacks.
"Do the klu klux klan follow a religion that orders the death of apostates? (sic)" she tweeted.
"When was the last time we saw a klan member blow up infidels?"
World's most famous porn star Jenna Jameson goes on rant slamming Muslims and defending KKK
One of her tweets.
When questioned about the KKK's lynching of people, she responded: "Yes, and thank god they've been all but eradicated and forced into obscurity... no thanks to the democrats who created them."
Jameson had defended the KKK, the New York Post reported in a story the actress criticised on social media.
The paper said she had accused Islam of promoting "child rape, female genital mutilation, butchering non believers and polygamy” in an earlier spray.
The actress lives in Las Vegas and has appeared in films such as 'Up and Cummers' as well as more mainstream films such as Howard Stern's Private Parts.