Jewish Forward: Is Donald Trump’s Endorsement by 88 Retired Generals a Secret Neo-Nazi Code?

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Drats! The truth is out.

Donald Trump is Hitler reincarnated.

And now the JEWS know!

Forward

In a move to boost his national security credibility, Donald Trump released an endorsement letter signed by 88 retired military figures.

Now some are questioning if there is a hidden anti-Semitic message behind the statement — since the number 88 is a well-known code for ‘Heil Hitler.’

In the open letter, the former generals and military officials state that the country needs “a long overdue course correction in our national security posture and policy.”

“As retired senior leaders of America’s military, we believe that such a change can only be made by someone who has not been deeply involved with, and substantially responsible for, the hollowing out of our military and the burgeoning threats facing our country around the world,” the[ letter states.

It should have been a pretty standard (if underwhelming) vote of confidence for the Republican nominee. Mitt Romney released a similar missive signed by 500 leaders in 2012.

But soon after the letter was released, Twitter started buzzing about something very peculiar about the endorsement – the number of people who signed it.

What the Twitterverse was talking about is the fact that H is the eight letter of the alphabet, so 88 stands for HH, which in turn stands for Heil Hitler.

The Anti Defimation League calls 88 “one of the most common white supremacist symbols, [that] is used throughout the entire white supremacist movement, not just neo-Nazis.”

While the number of military officials who signed the letter may be a coincidence, Donald Trump has previously used anti-Semitic symbols in a number of instances.

In July, the Republican frontrunner tweeted a picture of Hillary Clinton with the slogan “Most Corrupt Candidate Ever” written over a Star of David. And just last month, Trump used a graphic that originated on an anti-Semitic site and was shared by white supremacist David Duke.

The Jew smear job here isn’t much. Go back to work on it Jews. You can come up with something better than this nonsense.

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6 thoughts on “Jewish Forward: Is Donald Trump’s Endorsement by 88 Retired Generals a Secret Neo-Nazi Code?

  1. There are two lists interesting for comparison, retired Military Brass versus former WH bureaucrats, diplomats and advisers. I sincerely hope that active Military personnel of all ranks also share same stance with retired Generals and Admirals. To me number 88 looks much better, and letters HH are somehow mystically more harmonious.

    In contrast with 88, group of “great” 51, loaded with (((OFFICIALS))), for some “hard to explain” reason radiate something unpleasant, causing very bad “feelings”. Who would know why?

    88 RETIRED MILITARY OFFICERS ENDORSE TRUMP

    1. General Burwell B. Bell III, US Army, Retired
    2. General Alfred G. Hansen, US Air Force, Retired
    3. Admiral Jerry Johnson, US Navy, Retired
    4. General Crosbie “Butch” Saint, US Army, Retired
    5. Lieutenant General William G. Boykin, US Army, Retired
    6. Lieutenant General Marvin Covault, US Army, retired
    7. Lieutenant General Gordon E, Fornell, US Air Force, Retired
    8. Lieutenant General Harley Hughes, US Air Force, Retired
    9. Lieutenant General Thomas McInerney, US Air Force, Retired
    10. Lieutenant General Timothy A. Kinnan, US Air Force, Retired
    11. Lieutenant General Hugh G. Smith, US Army, Retired
    12. Lieutenant General David J. Teal, US Air Force, Retired
    13. Lieutenant General William E. Thurman, US Air Force, Retired
    14. Vice Admiral Mike Bucchi, US Navy, Retired
    15. Vice Admiral Edward Clexton, Jr. US Navy, Retired
    16. Vice Admiral R.F. Schoultz, US Navy, Retired
    17. Vice Admiral Donald Thompson, US Coast Guard, Retired
    18. Vice Admiral Jerry Unruh, US Navy, Retired
    19. Major General Joe Arbuckle, US Army, Retired
    20. Major General John Bianchi, CSMR, Retired
    21. Major General Henry D. Canterbury, US Air Force, Retired
    22. Major General Jeffrey Cliver, US Air Force, Retired
    23. Major General Tommy F. Crawford, US Air Force, Retired
    24. Major General Felix Dupre, US Air Force, Retired
    25. Major General Neil Eddins, US Air Force, Retired
    26. Major General David W. Eidsaune, US Air Force, Retired
    27. Major General William A. Gorton, US Air Force, Retired
    28. Major General Kenneth Hagemann, US Air Force, Retired
    29. Major General Gary L. Harrell, US Army, Retired
    30. Major General Geoffrey Higginbothan, US Marine Corps, Retired
    31. Major General John D. Logeman, Jr., US Air Force, Retired
    32. Major General Homer S. Long, US Army, Retired
    33. Major General Billy McCoy, US Air Force, Retired
    34. Major General Robert Messerli, US Air Force, Retired
    35. Major General John Miller, US Air Force, Retired
    36. Major General Ray O’Mara, US Air Force, Retired
    37. Major General George W.“Nordie” Norwood, US Air Force, Retired
    38. Major General Robert W. Paret, US Air Force MC, Retired
    39. Major General James W. Parker, US Army, Retired
    40. Major General Richard Perraut, US Air Force, Retired
    41. Major General Sidney Shachnow, US Army, Retired
    42. Major General Mark Solo, US Air Force, Retired
    43. Major General John Welde, US Air Force, Retired
    44. Major General Kenneth W. Weir, US Marine Corps, Retired
    45. Rear Admiral Phillip Anselmo, US Navy, Retired
    46. Rear Admiral Thomas F. Brown III, US Navy, Retired
    47. Rear Admiral Robert C. Crates, SC, US Navy, Retired
    48. Rear Admiral Mimi Drew, US Navy, Retired
    49. Rear Admiral Ernest Elliot, SC, US Navy, Retired
    50. Rear Admiral James H. Flatley III, US Navy, Retired
    51. Rear Admiral Byron Fuller, US Navy, Retired
    52. Rear Admiral Dale Hagen, US Navy, Retired
    53. Rear Admiral Charles F. Horne III US Navy, Retired
    54. Rear Admiral Grady L. Jackson, US Navy, Retired
    55. Rear Admiral J. Adrian Jackson, US Navy, Retired
    56. Rear Admiral Frederick C. Johnson, US Navy, Retired
    57. Rear Admiral Jack Kavanaugh, SC, US Navy, Retired
    58. Rear Admiral Charles R.Kubic, US Navy, Retired
    59. Rear Admiral Rich Landolt, US Navy, Retired
    60. Rear Admiral William J. McDaniel, MD, US Navy, Retired
    61. Rear Admiral E.S. McGinley II, US Navy, Retired
    62. Rear Admiral Douglas M. Moore Jr. SC US Navy. Retired
    63. Rear Admiral John A. Moriarty, US Navy, Retired
    64. Rear Admiral David R. Morris, US Navy, Retired
    65. Rear Admiral Ed Nelson, US Coast Guard, Retired
    66. Rear Admiral Philip R. Olsen, US Navy, Retired
    67. Rear Admiral Robert S. Owens, US Navy, Retired
    68. Rear Admiral W.W. Pickavance, Jr., US Navy, Retired
    69. Rear Admiral Leonard F. Picotte, US Navy, Retired
    70. Rear Admiral Brian C. Prindle, US Navy, Retired
    71. Rear Admiral William J. Ryan, US Navy, Retired
    72. Rear Admiral William L. Schachte, Jr., US Navy JAGC, Retired
    73. Rear Admiral William R. Schmidt, US Navy, Retired
    74. Rear Admiral Hugh P. Scott, US Navy, MC, Retired
    75. Rear Admiral Gregory Slavonic, US Navy, Retired
    76. Rear Admiral Charles Williams, US Navy, Retired
    77. Rear Admiral H. Denny Wisely, US Navy, Retired
    78. Brigadier General Remo Butler, US Army, Retired
    79. Brigadier General George P. Cole, Jr. US Air Force, Retired
    80. Brigadier General Philip M. Drew, US Air Force, Retired
    81. Brigadier General Jerome V. Foust, US Army, Retired
    82. Brigadier General Thomas W. Honeywill, US Air Force, Retired
    83. Brigadier General Charles Jones, US Air Force, Retired
    84. Brigadier General Mike D. Jones, US Army, Retired
    85. Brigadier General Thomas J. Lennon, US Air Force, Retired
    86. Brigadier General Mark D. Scraba, US Army, Retired
    87. Brigadier General Hugh B. Tant III, US Army, Retired
    88. Brigadier General Robert F. Titus, US Air Force, Retired

    FORMER NATIONAL SECURITY OFFICIALS CALL TRUMP PRESIDENCY ‘DANGEROUS’

    1. Donald B. Ayer, Former Deputy Attorney General
    2. John B. Bellinger III, Former Legal Adviser to the Department of State; former Legal Adviser to the National Security Council, The White House
    3. Robert Blackwill, Former Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Planning, The White House
    4. Michael Chertoff, Former Secretary of Homeland Security; former Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division, Department of Justice
    5. Eliot A. Cohen, Former Counselor of the Department of State
    6. Eric Edelman, Former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy; former National Security Advisor to the Vice President, The White House
    7. Gary Edson, Former Deputy National Security Advisor, The White House
    8. Richard Falkenrath, Former Deputy Homeland Security Advisor, The White House
    9. Peter Feaver, Former Senior Director for Strategic Planning, National Security Council, The White House
    10. Richard Fontaine, Former Associate Director for Near East Affairs, National Security Council, The White House
    11. Jendayi Frazer, Former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for African Affairs; former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs
    12. Aaron Friedberg, Former Deputy National Security Advisor to the Vice President, The White House
    13. David Gordon, Former Director of Policy Planning, Department of State
    14. Michael Green, Former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Asia, National Security Council, The White House
    15. Brian Gunderson, Former Chief of Staff, Department of State
    16. Paul Haenle, Former Director for China and Taiwan, National Security Council, The White House
    17. Michael Hayden, Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency; former Director, National Security Agency
    18. Carla A. Hills, Former U.S. Trade Representative
    19. John Hillen, Former Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs
    20. William Inboden, Former Senior Director for Strategic Planning, National Security Council, The White House
    21. Reuben Jeffery III, Former Under Secretary of State for Economic Energy and Agricultural Affairs; former Special Assistant to the President for International
    22. Economic Affairs, National Security Council, The White House
    23. James Jeffrey, Former Deputy National Security Advisor, The White House
    24. Ted Kassinger, Former Deputy Secretary of Commerce
    25. David Kramer, Former Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
    26. James Langdon, Former Chairman, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, The White House
    27. Peter Lichtenbaum, Former Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration
    28. Mary Beth Long, Former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs
    29. Clay Lowery, Former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs; former Director for International Finance, National Security Council, The White House
    30. Robert McCallum, Former Associate Attorney General; former Ambassador to Australia
    31. Richard Miles, Former Director for North America, National Security Council, The White House
    32. Andrew Natsios, Former Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development
    33. John Negroponte, Former Director of National Intelligence; former Deputy Secretary of State; former Deputy National Security Advisor
    34. Meghan O’Sullivan, Former Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan
    35. Dan Price, Former Deputy National Security Advisor
    36. Tom Ridge, Former Secretary of Homeland Security; former Assistant to the President for Homeland Security, The White House; former Governor of Pennsylvania
    37. Nicholas Rostow, Former Legal Adviser to the National Security Council, The White House
    38. Kori Schake, Former Director for Defense Strategy, National Security Council, The White House
    39. Kristen Silverberg, Former Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations
    40. Stephen Slick, Former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Intelligence Programs, National Security Council, The White House
    41. Shirin R. Tahir-Kheli, Former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Democracy, Human Rights and International Operations, National Security Council, The White House; former Ambassador and Senior Advisor for Women’s Empowerment, Department of State
    42. William H. Taft IV, Former Deputy Secretary of Defense; former Ambassador to NATO
    43. Larry D. Thompson, Former Deputy Attorney General
    44. William Tobey, Former Deputy Administrator, National Nuclear Security Administration, Department of Energy; former Director for CounterProliferation Strategy, National Security Council, The White House
    45. John Veroneau, Former Deputy U.S. Trade Representative
    46. Kenneth Wainstein, Former Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, The White House; former Assistant Attorney General for National Security, Department of Justice
    47. Matthew Waxman, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense; former Director for Contingency Planning and International Justice, National Security Council, The White House
    48. Dov Zakheim, Former Under Secretary of Defense
    49. Roger Zakheim, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
    50. Philip Zelikow, Former Counselor of the Department of State
    51. Robert Zoellick, Former U.S. Trade Representative; former Deputy Secretary of State

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