Jewish Republicans “disturbed” by Trump’s widespread popularity
The Jewish Daily Forward published a rather revealing article on September 10, 2015, once again highlighting and exposing the outrageous hypocrisy emanating from the organized Jewish community when it comes to identity politics (amongst other important issues!).
In a nutshell, influential Jewish Republicans are upset with Donald Trump because he is being supported by millions of White people, some of whom are explicitly aware of their racial identity and recognize the fact that there is an agenda (led by the organized Jewish community) to systematically demonize, demoralize, and dispossess White Americans in the very country their ancestors founded.
At a recent board meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition, the big donors and high-powered operatives in the room went around the table to make sure they had someone supporting each potential Republican nominee.
Jeb Bush backers were easy to find. Supporters of Marco Rubio, too, were plentiful. Ted Cruz had friends there, as did Scott Walker, and even George Pataki and Lindsey Graham. The Republican Jewish elite have spread themselves wide across the GOP firmament.
Yet Donald Trump, who has topped 20% to lead all other Republicans in recent presidential primary polls, and who also leads the pack in both Iowa and New Hampshire, is a different story. An RJC member who was present at the board meeting said he could not recall if Trump had backers there. What is clear is that, despite his surge in the polls, the anti-immigration hard-liner has strikingly little support among prominent Republican Jewish donors, activists and consultants.
Many Republican Jewish leaders remain unwilling to speak about Trump. The RJC’s spokesman did not respond to a request to speak for this story; neither did former Republican National Committee chair Ken Mehlman, who is a member of the RJC’s board; former George W. Bush spokesman Ari Fleischer, also an RJC board member, or former Republican House majority leader Eric Cantor, who has been close to the group.
Jewish Republicans’ critiques of Trump, when they can be convinced to air them, fall into two categories. Most echo the concerns of the Republican establishment, deriding the real estate developer and former reality show star who is advocating selective tax increases on the wealthy as unserious. They worry that he will drive away nontraditional Republican voters. Others, however, have deeper concerns.
“There are a lot of folks who are, to be charitable, into white identity politics, and to be uncharitable are outright racists, who are supporting Trump,” said Nathan Wurtzel, a Republican political consultant and principal at The Catalyst Group, who is Jewish. “It’s very off-putting and disturbing.” […]
Reading what these professional Jewish ethnic activists have to say about Trump, you’d think there was another “Holocaust” coming.
Dr. Kevin MacDonald, editor of The Occidental Observer and author of a number of critically important books describing the Jewish assault on White Western Christian civilization, published a blog post yesterday discussing this exact same article. Dr. MacDonald’s analysis is much more thorough than what I’ve offered here, so please do read it and share it with friends and family.
Suffice it to say, the Jews are once again openly and proudly displaying their outrageous hypocrisy. Here we have members of the Republican Jewish Coalition, an avowedly ethnic network of Jewish Republicans seeking to influence and shape the democratic process and public policy, essentially condemning Trump because “folks who are into… white identity politics” and who may be “outright racists” are supporting Trump.
According to the Jews, it’s perfectly acceptable and morally necessary for Jews to organize politically in order to advance their own unique ethnic interests, which in virtually all cases are diametrically opposed to those of the nation they parasitically reside in. However, Whites doing (or attempting to do) the same thing is “off-putting” and “disturbing” and must be condemned.