Jew Lambastes Trump for Not Denouncing “Anti-Semitic” Supporters
Another day, another article appearing in the Jewish press criticizing GOP front-runner Donald Trump, a man who, by all appearances, genuinely wants to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.
This time, the Jewish writer, Bethany Mandel, is lambasting Trump for not denouncing his “anti-Semitic” supporters loudly enough. Trump has already publicly distanced himself from Dr. David Duke, who has, like other pro-White thinkers and media figures, made mildly supportive comments regarding some of Trump’s public policy positions, particularly his stance on immigration and desire to deport all illegal aliens living in the United States, not to mention his proposal to build a wall on the southern border (which will be paid for by Mexico!).
Ms. Mandel’s article, recently published by The Jewish Daily Forward, reads in part:
“On social media, it seems that while not all Donald Trump supporters are anti-Semites, many of the vocal and vicious anti-Semites seem to be Donald Trump supporters.”
That’s what Rick Wilson, a Republican strategist and writer often accused of climbing into the pockets of “The Jews,” told me recently.
The widespread anti-Semitism of Trump’s fans hit the news after the September 16 Republican debate, thanks to one of his biggest supporters, Ann Coulter, who tweeted, “How many f—king Jews do these people think there are in the United States?” when several candidates affirmed support for Israel during their closing remarks. Coulter’s comments, coupled with the anti-Semitism on display from her supporters — who immediately started the Twitter hashtag #IStandWithAnn — are becoming typical of Trump’s fan base.
What is most shocking on the heels of the general anti-Semitism of Trump’s fans and now with the mainstream exposure of them due to Coulter’s comments is the candidate’s radio silence on the situation. Trump is known for many things, but keeping his lips sealed is certainly not one of them. Since his campaign has taken off, Trump has spent a good deal of energy playing dumb when it comes to the overwhelming nature of the support for his candidacy from white nationalists and neo-Nazis. Worse than Trump’s willful blindness is the rhetoric he uses to stoke racial unrest with a slogan — “Make America Great Again” — reminiscent of the Nazi Party of the 1930s. […]
Notice Jews consider any form of White racial consciousness, even if implicit, as fundamentally evil, and immediately equate it with “the evil Nazis” and Hitler. This nonsense is getting old.
The Republican Jewish Coalition is openly hostile to Donald Trump (despite his dominating lead in the GOP race), Jewish comedian Bill Maher has equated Trump with Hitler, and Jewish billionaire Barry Diller has declared that he will flee the country if Trump is elected president.
It is clear that the Jewish establishment and organized Jewish community is quite fearful of Donald Trump.
Considering Trump’s politically incorrect stance on a number of important issues relating to the genocidal Jewish scam known as “multiculturalism” and “diversity”, which encourages massive Third World immigration to the West, not to mention his views on the Second Amendment, support for reigning in and taxing hedge-funds and overall tax reform proposal, and his foreign policy agenda (which includes supporting Putin’s moves in Syria), it should not surprise us that the organized Jewish community and the mainstream Jewish-owned and controlled mass media are hysterically denouncing and lambasting the populist American businessman.