So apparently Donald Trump is an anti-Semite because he (or someone on his team) retweeted a photoshopped picture of Hillary Clinton surrounded by money, decorated with a red star.
To normal people, this star is simply a meaningless but attention-getting graphic, like one you’d see in a grocery store’s sale flyer, highlighting a great price on bananas.
However, crazy people everywhere have declared that this star is actually a Jewish Star of David, and proves that Trump hates Jews.
Never mind that Trump’s daughter is a Jewish convert. Or that blue, not red, is the color normally associated with Israel and the Jewish people. Never mind that Hillary isn’t Jewish or even particularly associated with Jewish causes.
None of this adds up but in this insane day and age, it doesn’t have to. This would be an opportune time to revisit a November 2015 article in the American Spectator about Donald Trump. It excerpts a Wall Street Journal story sent around by the group Zionists for Trump, chronicling Trump’s fight against the city of Palm Beach. At the time, some Palm Beach social clubs that were still “restricted” to non-Jewish members.
Hilariously, “Mr. Trump’s lawyer sent members of the town council a copy of the film ‘Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,’ a film that deals with upper-class racism.”
No less than Abe Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League praised Trump for giving incredible publicity to this entrenched discrimination.
Jeremy Lord writes:
In addition to sending a copy of the movie, he launched his lawyers, who filed that $100 million lawsuit “alleging that the town was discriminating against Mar-a-Lago, in part because it is open to Jews and African-Americans.”
This is the same Donald Trump who employs hundreds of Hispanics in the Trump Organization at its various properties across America and around the globe. (…)
One has to ask the obvious. Who are the real racists here?
This would be a great time for more Americans to read Lord’s revealing story and pass it around to those who still think Donald Trump is a bigot.
Source: American Spectator