Saturday, July 23, 2016

Great Truth of Experience #3: When they accuse you of doing something you never even thought about doing.... can bet that they are doing it.
Remember that idiotic kerfuffle when people who hyperventilate about trivia hyperventilated about Trump's sheriff's star over money.
They clearly saw anti-semitic dog-whistles that were deeply coded into the picture that few others saw.
Who could possibly have picked up on such deeply buried symbolism?
Well, obviously, anti-semitic Hillary Clinton supporters who consciously debated running anti-semitic ads against their Jewish opponent.
I await the hyperventilation about Hillary and the demand for an apology and the demand that no one support such an EVIL candidate.

In a recent e-mail sent to several Democratic party staff, a top Democratic National Committee (DNC) official suggested that the party should raise questions about Sanders’ “Jewish heritage” in key primary states. “It might ma[ke] no difference, but for [Kentucky] and [West Virginia] can we get someone to ask his belief[?]” DNC chief financial officer Brad Marshall wrote in an e-mail to several other party officials on May 5, 2016. “Does he believe in a God. He had skated on saying he has a Jewish heritage. I think I read he is an atheist.” “This could make several [percentage] points difference,” Marshall continued. “My Southern Baptist peeps would draw a big difference between a Jew and an atheist.” The very next day, the Sanders publicly accused the DNC of “trying to tip the party convention in Hillary Clinton’s favor.” In December of 2015, the party cut off the Sanders campaign’s access to its own voter data. Marshall’s e-mail was part of a large trove of DNC messages released by Wikileaks on Friday. The revelation of his suggested attacks on Sanders’ only poured fuel on the fire of accusations that the DNC was anything but neutral during the party’s primary between Sanders, a sitting senator from Vermont and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yes, as we all know the DNC is the enemy of Jews everywhere.

Nice you found a couple of emails about campaign ideas.

How much time and money do you want Congress to spend investigating this time? Emails and Clinton are like oil and water or Peter Sean's blog posts and relevancy to anything actually important.

If you think this is somehow relevant and want to see the Republican's (I don't say "conservatives" as it appears Republicans are no longer conservatives) focus on it, then learn how to say "Madam President."

Who links to me?