During an appearance on CNN on Monday, Hamas spokesman Osama Hamdan refused to deny comments he allegedly made on a Palestinian network in which he said “Jews used to slaughter Christians in order to mix their blood with their holy matzos.” While Wolf Blitzer continuously pressed Hamdan for a straight answer as to whether he meant what he said, the spokesman avoided the question.
Ultimately, a frustrated Blitzer condemned Hamdan’s claims.
“I was hoping to get a flat denial from you that you would utter such a — such, you know, ridiculous words that Jews would kill Christians in order to use their blood—” Blitzer said as the segment ended.
Watch the exchange below:
On radio this morning, Glenn found himself disgusted by the insanity of Hamdan’s remarks and decided it was time to set the record straight. After purchasing a box of matzos from a local supermarket and determining ‘Christian blood’ was not a primary ingredient, Glenn decided it was time for his personal chef to whip up a special meal.
“So here's some matzos, and we got this at the store,” Glenn explained. “Here you can see there's no Christian blood in there. No Muslim blood. No Hindu blood. And I just want to point out [the matzos is] awfully darn white for having blood in it.”
Since Glenn was unsatisfied with the ingredients used in the matzos, he decided to serve Pat and Stu a delicious breakfast served with a savory drizzle of strawberry syrup – ahem – Christian blood.
“So we have a personal chef here at Mercury… Sure, you could have matzos supposedly made with blood, but we have made some yummy breakfast,” Glenn said. “The pancakes and waffles aren't warm, but the blood is. And that's the way I like it.”
Making light of an otherwise disturbing allegation, Glenn determined once and for all the Jewish people do not make their matzos out of Christian blood nor are they instructed to do so, but – at the Mercury Studios in Dallas – Christian blood is always on the menu.
“We just want to clear this up: The Jews don't make matzos with blood,” Glenn concluded. “That's ridiculous. But at the Mercury Cafe here in Dallas, Texas, we make all of our yummy goodness with fresh Christian blood.”