I just thought you should know that Dana Milbank wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post defending Anthony Fauci’s puppy torture agenda.
Who is Dana Milbank?
Well, he’s first and foremost a handsome gentleman, with a very trustworthy face.
Jews wouldn’t be able to get away with half of what they get away with if they weren’t such handsome devils.
You see an honest smile like that, and you think, “gee, maybe we should torture puppies for The Science.”
Let’s see here.
Milbank was born to a Jewish family, the son of Ann C. and Mark A. Milbank. He is a graduate of Yale University, where he was a member of Trumbull College, the Progressive Party of the Yale Political Union and the secret society Skull and Bones.
His “Political Views” section is lacking. All it says is that some Jews disagree with him for Jewish reasons.
There should be a sentence at the end there: “Milbank has expressed support for torturing dogs.”
The most disgusting thing of all is that these Jews go around claiming that people “hate them for no reason.”
Perhaps they might consider that people “are critical of them because they promote puppy torture.”
I don’t even hate the Jews. I just wish they would go live in their own country. They begged and whined, demanding their own country, and now they won’t live there.
We Americans like our dogs, and we don’t need Jews coming to our country and telling us why it’s okay to torture them.