He does not hide his Jewishness very well. Everything about him is what you might expect from a secular Jew. He has predictable Jewish leftist political views.
In a highly watched interview, he takes on the Gender War.
He probably has no idea how repulsive he is to normal Americans. And he would claim anti-Semitism if I told him.
His essential argument:
If the Communist Central Committee decided to castrate your son, why would want a second opinion?He is authoritarian, anti-family, and sexually perverted. He relies on expert opinions of psychiatric committees, but not on actual studies and data. He mocking and contemptuous of goys who want to make up their own minds and protect their families.
The interview does not mention religion, but nicely illustrates a difference between Jewish and Christian views. It is hard to imagine a non-Jew expressing the opinions Jon Stewart does.
I do not know why Jews are so emotionally dependent on psychiatrists and authorities claiming expertise. Whether it is genetic, taught in the Torah, or cultural, I don't know.
If Jews were minding their own business, like the Amish, or presenting their goofy views for entertainment, like Woody Allen, I would not mind. But now Jews want to sexually mutilate children. We have to draw the line somewhere.
You would think that a popular Black billionaire like Kanye West could express his opinions, but apparently not. He said "Death Con 3" and the Jews are out to destroy him. He has been banned from Facebook/Instagram and Twitter, and Chase bank is closing his accounts.
ABC News reports:
Virginia parents could face a felony or misdemeanor charge if they do not affirm their child’s sexual orientation and gender identity, according to a state lawmaker with plans to introduce the legislation in Virginia's upcoming legislative session. ...Guzman is from Peru, and probably not Jewish. She is a single mother of a girl. If she cannot put you in jail for your anti-grooming attitudes, then she wants to bureaucratically blackball you from getting a job.
But, Gov. Youngkin argues school districts and school administrators shouldn’t keep parents in the dark about their child’s sexual orientation and gender identities. ...
“What could the penalties be if the investigation concludes that a parent is not affirming of their LGBTQ child? What could the consequences be?” 7News Reporter Nick Minock asked Guzman on Thursday.
“Well, we first have to complete an investigation,” Guzman answered. “It could be a felony, it could be a misdemeanor, but we know that CPS charge could harm your employment, could harm their education, because nowadays many people do a CPS database search before offering employment.” ...
“I think that it’s extremely important that we show that as a community we are ready to accept each other for who they are and whom they love,” Guzman told 7News. “And this is not a bill that will agitate parents because we haven’t seen any parents to come against it.”