February 28, 2017
Here at the Daily Stormer, both Eric Striker and myself have been pressing the issue of these alleged “anti-Semitic attacks on Jews” which include an endless spree of bomb-hoaxes and now two cemetery desecrations.
It is obvious to us that these “attacks” are almost certainly being done by the Jews themselves to gain sympathy. They want to use them to attack Trump, to claim that he has inspired violence against them.
We have stress the need for Trump to call them out on this, so they are not able to use them as a battering ram against him.
And guess what he did today?
Trump suggests anti-Semitic acts are ‘false-flag’ attacks
President Trump suggested on Tuesday that the recent spate of anti-Semitic bomb threats and cemetery vandalism could be politically coordinated attacks to “make people look bad” — an apparent suggestion that his opponents could be behind them.
Speaking at the White House to attorneys general from around the country, Mr. Trump was asked by Josh Shapiro, the attorney general of Pennsylvania, about the wave of attacks and how the federal government could work with state governments to confront the violence.
“First, he said the acts were reprehensible,” Mr. Shapiro, a Democrat who was elected to the post in November, said while recounting Mr. Trump’s response. “Second he said: ‘And you’ve got to be careful, it could be the reverse. This could be the reverse, trying to make people look bad.’ ”
The comments echoed the Twitter post of an adviser, Anthony Scaramucci, who suggested that Democrats were behind threats to Jewish community centers.
Approximately 100 tombstones were toppled at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia this week, the second such attack in the city in the last month. Synagogues, community centers and cemeteries around the country have been targeted this year.
Democrats condemned Mr. Trump’s remarks on Tuesday and called for an apology.
“For millennia, Jews have not only endured unthinkable violence, but the subsequent denial of that violence,” said Eric Walker, a spokesman for the Democratic National Committee. “For the president of the United States to insinuate that threats to Jewish community centers are illegitimate is truly beyond the pale.”
The Anti-Defamation League, which combats anti-Semitism, said it was “astonished” by Mr. Trump’s sentiments and called on him to clarify his remarks.
There’s something happening here and you don’t know what it is, do you, Mr. Greenblatt?
Mr. Shapiro, speaking on the sidelines of the attorneys general conference, said that he was not entirely sure of what to make of Mr. Trump’s comments.
“I was a little surprised by it, and others were, too, Republicans and Democrats,” Mr. Shapiro said. “The question I asked was a genuine one and one of great concern to people in my state.”
Mr. Trump told the attorneys general that he planned to discuss the issue during his address to Congress on Tuesday night.
This is so fantastic.
Anyone who thinks Trump is not the real deal at this point is either nuts or a shill.
He just called-out the Jews for hoaxing attacks against themselves.
What we need now is an investigation into these phones calls. We need to get to the bottom of it, quickly.
Because as Striker pointed out, they could be setting up these attacks pushing for a copy-cat that they can then parade around as a genuine anti-Semite they caught.
The important thing is to find the Jews responsible, quickly. I believe that they are quite likely being coordinated by the ADL itself. So that is certainly the best place to start the investigation.