President Trump claimed there were “fine people” among the Nazis and white supremacists at the ill-fated explosive Charlottesville March 2017. He is now pointing his finger and accusing House Democrats as being Anti-Semitic and Anti-Israel because of the comments of one of its members.
By James DiGeorgia
President Trump has been unwilling to speak out against the hatred and violence of several U.S. White Nationalist and Neo-Nazi groups even when they marched shouting “Jews will not replace us” during a nighttime march with fire torches reminiscent of Nazi rallies that took place in Germany in the 1930s and 1940s.
Today Trump dared to call the Democratic Party “anti-Israel” and “anti-Jewish” in the aftermath of a House vote on a resolution that broadly condemned hatred and specifically condemning past alleged anti-Semitic comments by a freshman Muslim congresswoman.
Trump said Friday morning to reporters as he left the White House on route to Alabama to view tornado damage, the vote revealed something broader about Democrats.
“I thought yesterday’s vote by the House was disgraceful. I thought that vote was a disgrace, and so does everybody else if you get an honest answer.”
“The Democrats have become an anti-Israel party, they’ve become an anti-Jewish party, and that’s too bad.”
The resolution condemned anti-Semitism and discrimination against Muslims in equal measure. A shift from a draft circulated Monday that rebuked only anti-Semitism. The 407-23 vote Thursday was a bid to end dissension among Democrats over congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s (D-MN) remarks made about Israel.
Trump’s outrage on a resolution in response to comments by Rep. Ilhan Omar failed to acknowledge that while she voted for the resolution, it was 23 Republicans who voted against the resolution. Remember this was a vote to condemn bigotry and hate while 23 GOP House members voted against the resolution; not a single Democrat voted against the resolution. President Trump how does this simple justification of moral humanity weigh on your personal and GOP affiliations. American should have no tolerance for Hate! Hate is becoming the norm because of your actions and immaturity to the moral world.
The resolution was revised shortly before Thursday’s vote to include Latinos, Asian Americans and LGBT people to the list of groups that are routinely subject to hate.
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The resolution also referred to what became a violent protest in Charlottesville in 2017 that was organized by white nationalists and neo-Nazis that turned deadly.
Trump apparently is suffering from memory loss forgetting the widespread condemnation in the aftermath of the 2017 Charlottesville for suggesting there were “some very fine people on both sides,” referring to the organizers and protesters.
Trump’s grasp on reality and believe that American Jewish voters will ignore his racial hatred and anti-Semitism is remarkable says Michael London of the World Opportunity Investor. Trump’s likely to find Jewish voters who will be focused on his support for the White Supremacists and Neo-Nazis, rather than his support for Israel. “Nothing he has done in office has genuinely advanced the peace process in the Middle-East.”