ADL Fake News: Antisemitism Up, Trump’s Fault

Jewish propaganda. Even CBS exposes it as such. Take a look at the paragraph I bolded for example.

CBS News

NEW YORK — The Anti-Defamation League found an increase in cases of anti-Semitic intimidation and vandalism last year, evidence that anti-Jewish bias intensified during the election.

The Jewish civil rights group found 1,266 cases of anti-Semitic harassment last year, compared to 941 in 2015 and 912 in 2014. The increase continued into the first three months of this year, with reports of 541 incidents compared to 291 in the same period the year before, according to the ADL data released Monday.

The preliminary 2017 numbers include a wave of more than 150 bomb threats that started in January against Jewish community centers and day schools. Authorities arrested an Israeli Jewish hacker who they said was behind the harassment. The ADL insists those threats should still be considered anti-Semitic since Jews were the target. During the same period, a former journalist in St. Louis was also charged with threatening Jewish organizations as part of a bizarre campaign to intimidate his former girlfriend. But authorities believe the Israeli man is primarily responsible.

Even without those bomb threats, the number of anti-Jewish incidents this January, February and March in the report would be higher than the year before.

The FBI compiles annual hate-crime statistics, but the 2016 numbers aren’t expected to be released until the end of this year. The ADL tally includes a much broader array of incidents, such as distribution of hateful materials, threats, slurs, intimidation and vandalism, along with physical assaults. The organization says its researchers evaluate reports from individuals, community leaders and law enforcement.

This latest compilation includes only a few cases of online harassment – incidents that led to “on the ground” intimidation – so that the organization can continue making year-to-year comparisons of ADL data going back to the group’s first report in 1979, before the internet and social media were so broadly used, according to Oren Segal, director of the ADL Center on Extremism.

Anti-Semitic harassment in the U.S. has been at historic lows in recent years, according to the organization. In some prior years, the number of incidents surpassed 1,500 or 2,000, Segal said. But the recent uptick has fueled anxiety among American Jews during a period of emboldened expressions of white-supremacism and white-nationalism during the presidential election. Last week, a Jewish woman sued the founder of the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer, accusing the publisher of orchestrating a barrage of anti-Semitic messages from anonymous internet trolls starting last December.

“I think the pace in which the incidents are happening, the speed at which the spike is occurring, I think the historic low is a thing of the past,” Segal said.

The report linked 34 cases last year to the presidential race, including graffiti found in Denver last May that said “Kill the Jews, Vote Trump.” ADL chief executive Jonathan Greenblatt was among the most vocal Jewish leaders pressing Donald Trump, as a candidate and president, to do more to combat anti-Semitism, including among his supporters. Critics, in the Jewish community and elsewhere, said partisanship was behind such pressure on Mr. Trump. In February, Mr. Trump opened his address to Congress with a strong condemnation of recent cases of vandalism at Jewish cemeteries.

On college campuses last year, the number of reports of anti-Semitic incidents remained about the same compared to the previous year, the ADL said. Many of the schools have been roiled in recent years by protests over Israeli policies toward Palestinians. However, the organization saw an increase in the number of reports of harassment against Jewish school children from elementary age through high school.


Troll Makes App that Replaces “White” with “Jew” to Show Anti-White Racism


An “alt-right” Twitter troll has made a new Internet plug-in that replaces the term “white” with “Jew,” in an apparent effort to show that the media discriminates against white people.

In a video attached to his tweet, the troll identifying himself as “Uncle Chang” applies his plug-in to news like Salon, Alternet and the Huffington Post, generating headlines that include “The Jews Must Be Stopped” and “Could It Be Time To Deny The Jews The Franchise?”

“Uncle Chang,” whose Twitter profile includes a racist photo of Asian men, brags in the self-description section that he’s a contributor to InfoWars, the “alt-right” fake news site that has promoted conspiracy theories, including the one that Michelle Obama is secretly a man who murdered Joan Rivers. His profile includes a link to a personal Web site called “”

This is the Twitter video showing how the racism simulator works.

Neo-Puritan Lefties at Slate Publish Ridiculous “Ejaculation” Smear Job on Tucker Carlson

The people speak:

Liberals get their panties in a wad over the most ridiculous things. These are the same people who defend hard core pornography as “artistic expression.” But let conservative people act even slightly lusty and out pops the neo-Puritan.

This Slate article is totally worthless except as an example of leftist propaganda.



News broke Wednesday that Fox News will no longer air Bill O’Reilly’s show after reports that it had paid at least $13 million (!) to settle five workplace sexual-harassment suits (!!) against him triggered a deluge of advertiser cancellations. Fox, of course, terminated its relationship with founder Roger Ailes in 2016 for similar reasons. The network appears to have had a quite the endemic culture of sexual inappropriateness.

Who then, has it decided to replace O’Reilly with in the crucial 8 p.m. time slot? Why, Tucker Carlson—who, in 2015, responded to the revelation that a writer at his Daily Caller site had written him an email that speculated about whether a female professional contact had ever been ejaculated on by refusing to apologize and joking that the email had been meant “in the nicest way.” (Funny!)

The story of the email was broken by BuzzFeed’s Rosie Gray, and you can read it here; the gist is that the writer—who happened to be Tucker Carlson’s brother Buckley—accidentally copied New York mayoral spokeswoman Amy Spitalnick, with whom the Caller had been having a dispute, on an email to Tucker Carlson. The email included this passage:

Whiny little self-righteous bitch. “Appalling?” And with such an ironic name, too … Spitalnick? Ironic because you just know she has extreme dick-fright; no chance has this girl ever had a pearl necklace. Spoogeneck? I don’t think so. More like LabiaFace.

Before that email, Tucker Carlson himself had (purposely) told the spokeswoman that she’d been “whiny and annoying.” Asked by Gray about his brother’s comments, Carlson made the joke above. He apparently later went so far as to concede that the email was “nasty” in a New Yorker interview, but Spitalnick recently told Erik Wemple of the Washington Post that neither Carlson nor anyone else at the Daily Caller ever apologized to her.

Taking over the 9 p.m. slot previously occupied by Carlson is The Five. Here is something that just happened on that show today, Wednesday:

Yes, that is host Gutfeld speculating that Guilfoyle’s manner of dress was inspiring male viewers to achieve erections.

Times sure have changed over at old Fox News!

Several months ago, Media Matters noted that Tuck is a fav with Nazis, racists, and woman haters.

But since landing his 7 p.m. Fox News program Tucker Carlson Tonight in November, Carlson has built a strong following among the worst racists, misogynists, and anti-Semites on the Internet.

Those deplorables love Carlson’s cutting interview style, which seeks not to extract information from guests but rather to embarrass them. Many of Carlson’s victims have included the young women, Jews, and “social justice warriors” who constitute the main perceived enemies of the “alt-right.” They believe that Carlson is helping to mainstream their racist, misogynist worldview.

At “r/The_Donald,” Redditors regularly highlight instances in which Carlson “REKT,” “tore apart,” “grills,” or “DESTROYS” his interviewees. A separate subreddit was created in November with the mission statement: “Alpha Male Tucker Carlson routinely plows beta-male SJW snowflakes over on Fox News. This is where we compile his greatest hits.” The subreddit’s official Twitter account is @cantcuckthetuck, a mantra that Carlson’s “alt-right” supporters use to highlight his supposed unwillingness to be “cucked.”

Might as well say it again: You can’t cuck the Tuck.

Jews Claim Antisemitism Kept Jon Ossoff Below 50 Percent in Georgia Congressional Race



Oy vey! What’s with the antisemitism claim? Did someone write “Kike” on his campaign signs or draw swastikas?

No, so what we have here is he usual false claim that muh poor Jews are so persecuted.

(((The press))) nicknamed Ossoff the Trump slayer. Trump is still standing. I’m not sure about Ossoff.


Democrat Jon Ossoff, who placed first in the special election for Georgia’s sixth congressional district with 48% of the vote but who needed 50% to avoid a runoff, overcame a great deal of adversity.

The 30-year-old political neophyte beat back charges that he didn’t live in the reddish district, which previously elected the likes of Tom Price and Newt Gingrich. The NRA falsely accused Ossoff of growing up in dreaded Washington DC in a commercial. Meanwhile, Republican attack ads showing him as a college student cavorting in a Han Solo costume only seemed to improve his star power.

But some competitors in the race sought to burden Ossoff with one more handicap: his religion.

And in the Atlanta area, one’s belief system can spell trouble for someone, as it did more than 100 years ago.

After all, it was in Atlanta where the infamous Leo Frank case occurred. It’s a story that former Democratic Georgia Governor Roy Barnes, who works with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) told my students at a talk about one year ago.

Frank, a Jewish executive at the National Pencil Factory, was accused of murdering 13-year-old Mary Phagan back in 1913. He was convicted on evidence so flimsy that the outgoing Georgia Governor overturned the death sentence, commuting it to life in prison. A mob chased Governor John Slaton from office, and then turned their wrath on Frank, dragging him from prison and lynching him. Then ringleaders helped restart the Klan. Evidence shows Jews in Atlanta faced a great level of insecurity after this incident.

Though Georgia is hardly a hotbed of anti-Semitism, as it was in the days of Leo Frank, five years ago someone painted a swastika on a public utility unit right near my house, not far from the district Ossoff hopes to represent. I painted it over, and it has never reappeared.

And at Augusta collegiate campuses, and others across the country, leaflets touting “protection of European heritage” or “European Christian heritage” have recently been distributed. The languages merits scrutiny. When I moved to Georgia in 2001, the term “Judeo-Christian heritage” was far more common.

Will Kremer, reporting for, observed that one of the Republican candidates in the race, Mohammad Ali Bhuiyan, wrote on his campaign’s Facebook page, “As you know, Jon Ossoff (an Orthodox Jew) has already accepted millions from special interest groups and will be under the control of Jared Kushner (Trump’s Son-in-Law) and in turn under the control of Donald Trump.”

Other Facebook posts also highlighted the “connection” between Kushner and Ossoff.

Bhuiyan, a Muslim Republican who ultimately won a scant .022 percent of the vote in the special election, also took shots at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution at a candidate forum, calling it a “Jewish-owned newspaper.”

Ossoff, who marketed himself as a moderate, also found it necessary to criticize the “deeply offensive” words from his political mentor, Rep. Hank Johnson, who labeled Jewish settlers in Israel as “termites,” according to the Atlanta Jewish Times. But that didn’t keep the Democrat from being accused of having ties to Al-Jazeera, “a mouthpiece for terrorists,” in a commercial funded by a super PAC affiliated with House speaker Paul Ryan (Ossoff’s documentary film production company counted the cable channel as a client).

By and large, the election was conducted professionally, with little mention of Ossoff’s religion — until he opened his large lead. Did that help or hurt him? On one hand, the former congressional aide received more than twice as many votes as the four more politically experienced Republicans who finished after him; Ossoff came within a whisker of winning outright in a district that hasn’t elected a Democrat to Congress since 1979.

On the other hand, who knows if Ossoff just barely missed the 50% mark because of the injection of his Jewish faith into the contest.

His “faith” my ass. This Christ killer who claims to be one of “God’s chosen people” has some nerve. Judaism if a religion that in reality is a system of Jewish racial supremacy intended to enslave all other peoples.

The people of Atlanta, blacks included, better get Jew wise real quick. Where is Louis Farrakhan now that we need him?

Clothier Pulls Pepe the Frog Skirt After Complaints


New York Mag

When it comes to offensive actions, Zara hasn’t had the best track record. Back in 2014 there was that unfortunate decision to put a yellow star on a striped T-shirt, which drew comparisons to what Jewish citizens were forced to wear during Nazi occupation. Then in 2015, employees were fired for asking a woman to remove her headscarf before entering a store outside of Paris. Today, some keen-eyed shoppers noticed another peculiar symbol on the fast-fashion website: Pepe the Frog.

Zara added the design on a shredded denim skirt, as a part of its “Festival Edition” that also featured a jean jacket with a peacock and overalls with a cougar among other designs. Perhaps they didn’t realize that the smug cartoon frog has become a synonym for the alt-right and the Anti-Defamation League declared it a hate symbol last year? It’s since been pulled from the site but it goes to show — no good ever comes out of shopping the festival-fashion section.

The company apologized for the shirt on the right in 2014. The shirt on the left is the original.

Tanya Gersh, the Jew who went after Richard Spencer’s mother, sues Andrew Anglin for hurting her feelings

Andrew Anglin has not yet responded to the lawsuit filed against him by the SPLC and the Jewish woman who alleges that he terrorized her by saying mean things online. I’m sure Anglin’s JEW lawyer will advise him to remain silent. I say JEW lawyer because it hardly seems there is any other kind.

This case may easily set a precedent relating to online speech. If the plaintiff is successful, the kind of writing that has been so effective in shutting down the left (mockery and ridicule) will be quashed.


The Southern Poverty Law Center, along with its Montana co-counsel, filed suit in federal court today against the founder of a major neo-Nazi website who orchestrated a harassment campaign that has relentlessly terrorized a Jewish woman and her family with anti-Semitic threats and messages.

The lawsuit describes how Andrew Anglin used his web forum, the Daily Stormer – the leading extremist website in the country – to publish 30 articles urging his followers to launch a “troll storm” against Tanya Gersh, a real estate agent in Whitefish, Montana. Gersh, her husband and 12-year-old son have received more than 700 harassing messages since December.

The intimidation began after Anglin accused Gersh of attempting to extort money from the mother of Richard Spencer. The younger Spencer heads the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist organization.

Anglin and Spencer are both prominent leaders of the “alt-right” movement that rallied white nationalists behind President Donald Trump’s campaign.

“Andrew Anglin knew he had an online army primed to attack with the click of a mouse,” said SPLC President Richard Cohen. “We intend to hold him accountable for the suffering he has caused Ms. Gersh and to send a strong message to those who use their online platforms as weapons of intimidation.”

The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana, Missoula Division, seeks compensatory and punitive damages. It accuses Anglin of invading Gersh’s privacy and intentionally inflicting emotional distress. It also outlines how his campaign violated the Montana Anti-Intimidation Act.

“There’s no place in Montana for the hate Andrew Anglin unleashed from the darkest corners of the internet,” said co-counsel John Morrison, a partner with Morrison, Sherwood, Wilson, & Deola. “The attack on Tanya Gersh was an attack on all of us.”

If Tanya Gersh, pictured, wins her lawsuit, this type of trolling would probably be actionable as a civil tort. The star plus the “Filthy Juden” words could easily be ruled intimidation, bullying, and a form of terrorism.

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Heavy Metal Music Dude Facing Sentencing for Threats Against God’s Chosen People

Read the law of “terroristic threats” here. The man at the heart of this story could not have been prosecuted 20 years ago.

Really, what he wrote should be protected free speech since he did not target a specific victim, but just spouted off nonsense.


HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut man who posted threats against Jews and synagogues on a metal music internet forum plans to argue at his sentencing that he has served enough time in prison.

Kendall Sullivan is scheduled to go before a U.S. District judge in Bridgeport on Monday. He pleaded guilty in January to perpetrating a hoax and originally faced three federal charges of making online threats.

The 50-year-old was arrested in July following an investigation that linked him to messages posted that spring and summer on the website.

“I will slaughter them and burn their Synagogue to the ground . . . kids, goldfish, old folks. Shove money down their throats,” Sullivan wrote under the screen name KS43. “These Jews of 2016. They think they are safe.”

Investigators searched Sullivan’s Stamford home and found more than two dozen firearms, gun parts, high-capacity magazines and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.

Patricia Ferrick, the agent in charge of the FBI’s New Haven division, said at the time that authorities “may have averted a horrific hate crime from occurring.”

Sullivan is in state prison serving four consecutive 90-day sentences after pleading guilty to weapons charges. Prosecutors plan to argue he also should serve at least a year in federal prison on the hoax charge.

But Sullivan and his attorneys say he’s been punished enough. They contend his posts were not meant to be taken seriously and were part of a heavy metal music culture rooted in themes that “society deems off limits, including the occult, war, death and destruction.”

“Mr. Sullivan has found mostly disappointment and punishing loneliness in this life,” they wrote. “It is no small mystery that he turned to the internet to express his frustrations among other dejected, frustrated white men from suburbia. He spouted off nonsense for shock value among others who took pleasure being shocked.”