The above video got the Jews riled up. It laments the Holocaust. It still made the Jews angry.
Here’s the apology as released by Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins, who is also known as the “Cajun John Wayne”:
I filmed the Auschwitz message with great humility. My intent was to offer a reverent homage to those who were murdered in Auschwitz and to remind the world that evil exists, that free nations must remember, and stand strong.
However, my message has caused pain to some whom I love and respect. For that, my own heart feels sorrow. Out of respect to any who may feel that my video posting was wrong or caused pain, I have retracted my video.
The atrocities that happened at Auschwitz were truly despicable, and we must never let history repeat itself in such a way. I have always stood with Israel and all Jewish people, and I always will. We live in a dangerous world, and massive forces of evil do indeed yet exist. We must all stand united against those evils. My Auschwitz video has been removed, and my sincere apology for any unintended pain is extended.
The story goes on to report the reaction from the Anne Frank Center:
The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, the U.S. national organization in the worldwide network of Anne Frank Organizations, rejected Higgins apology, calling his conduct at Auschwitz is a “global disgrace.”
“Congressman Higgins, Auschwitz is not a television studio,” said Steven Goldstein, Executive Director of the center said. “It is the site of genocide and tragedy for the Jewish people that you have disrespected. Not only must you apologize, but you must also get the sensitivity training appropriate for your continued service in the U.S. Congress.”
Higgins, also known as “The Cajun John Wayne” posted another video Saturday that is raising some eyebrows. This one features Higgins inside the Nazi’s Auschwitz concentration camp, reflecting on the tragedy that happened inside and connecting it back to issues that we are facing today.
Higgins says he intended his video to be a tribute to those who died at Auschwitz. He also said he wanted to “remind the world that evil exists.”
In the video, the Republican says the gas chamber killings took only about 20 minutes and “why our military must be invincible.”
Never apologize. I’ve rarely if ever seen an instance in which it’s done any good.
The hatred of Higgins is strong at youtube. Perhaps paid Jew trolls left many of the comments?
The rat-faced scum at the Anne Frank Center sure played dirty with Higgins. I assume the motivation was the desire to raise some more shekels from their people.