Does anyone find it rather odd that the President of the United States is being ordered around his own country by a small tribe of Semitic vagabonds?
To be precise, don’t y’all find it a bit insulting to hear Jews dictate the terms by which a White leader is allowed to enter a majority-White city (for now) that was founded by White people for White people many long years ago?
And aren’t you disgusted that the President is nothing more than putty in the hands of these subversives?
A group of Jewish leaders told President Trump that he is no longer welcome in Pittsburgh until he denounces white nationalism following the shooting at a synagogue there over the weekend.
Eleven members of the Pittsburgh affiliate of Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice penned a letter to Trump following the Saturday shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue.
“Our Jewish community is not the only group you have targeted,” the group wrote. “You have also deliberately undermined the safety of people of color, Muslims, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities. Yesterday’s massacre is not the first act of terror you incited against a minority group in our country.”
In the hours following the Pittsburgh Shooting, Trump called for Robert Bowers to be executed as soon as possible, acted as if the incident dwarfed attacks such as 9/11, and once again reaffirmed America’s commitment to sacrifice the lives of stupid Goyim in order to protect the Jewish people.
Still not enough, Donald.
You must debase yourself on a daily basis to win the support of a people who will always vote 80-90% against you.
Trump was fiercely criticized after he failed to condemn white supremacy and asserted that there is “blame on both sides” after last year’s white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va.
The group also said Trump is not welcome in the city until he also stops targeting minorities, immigrants and refugees.
The president has “spread lies and sowed fear about migrant families in Central America,” the group wrote.
“The Torah teaches that every human being is made b’tzelem Elohim, in the image of God. This means all of us,” the leaders wrote. “In our neighbors, Americans, and people worldwide who have reached out to give our community strength, there we find the image of God.”
Does it now, Jew?
But how do you reconcile this with what your holy and sacred Talmud says about us all?
They noted how Squirrel Hill, the Pittsburgh neighborhood where the attack took place, was once the neighborhood where children’s television host Fred Rogers lived.
Then I guess Bowers at the time of his action represented the angry Mr. Rogers – a man who felt nothing but revulsion and rage at the thought of Jews conspiring to make millions of Third World “refugees” his new neighbors.