These are the same kinds of Jews who would have been telling fellow Jews in Germany in the 1930’s to vote for Adolf Hitler because he wasn’t really a threat…the same kinds of Jews who today think Muslims are their friends.
CNN Several groups of rabbis and Jewish religious leaders are planning to protest Donald Trump’s speech to a major pro-Israel conference – American Israel Public Affairs Committee – in Washington on Monday, accusing the presidential candidate of encouraging hatred (against Muslims).
Rabbis David Paskin and Jesse Olitzky organized one such campaign, called Come Together Against Hate, a play on the conference’s theme of “Come Together.” The pair and their allies have created a website and Facebook group to organize a protest that they say is not designed to disrupt AIPAC but to signal their condemnation of Trump. (I hope BNI readers will voice their support for Trump on those pages)
“This is not about policies, this is not about parties, this is about one particular person, Donald Trump, who has encouraged and incited violence at his campaign rallies,” (He did not, but hopefully there will be some violence against you Jewish traitors at AIPAC) said Paskin, a rabbi in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. “We are against the hatred, the incitement of hatred, the ugliness that has engulfed this political season.” (And I’m sure you are for the hatred for all Jews coming from your Muslim pals, right?)
Paskin has organized a group of more than 300 rabbis, cantors and Jewish voters and professionals who plan to signal their distaste for Trump on Monday. He estimated that almost all of those individuals will be at AIPAC.
AIPAC is a pro-Israel lobbying group focused on energizing Americans around strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship and encouraging members of Congress to support its agenda. The annual conference is a key stop for politicians seeking an audience with the influential group and is the largest pro-Israel policy gathering of the year.
The Union for Reform (left wing pseudo) Judaism, representing the largest Jewish denomination in America, put out a statement slamming Trump. “At every turn, Mr. Trump has chosen to take the low road, sowing seeds of hatred and division in our body politic,” said the URJ while noting that it doesn’t endorse candidates. (But you always vote for the biggest Jew/Israel-hating candidates like Barack Hussein Obama)