Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Bloomberg explains his Jewish values

The Jewish Telegraphic Agency publishes a new interview of Mike Bloomberg:
As a Jew, as an American and as a human being, I am deeply disturbed every time I hear about these hate crimes. ...

When the president calls his supporters “real Americans” — an echo of the language that nativists, anti-Semites and the KKK used for many decades — he undermines our fundamental national values. ...

When he promotes conspiracy theories that are built on lies and prejudice, we must remember: Anti-Semitism is the original conspiracy theory. ...

I didn’t feel like I experienced any prejudice as a kid. ...

And I believe guaranteeing the survival of a democratic, Jewish state in the Holy Land is a solemn obligation of the United States, as it has been for more than half a century.
Got that? He is Jewish and almost 80 years old, and never personally experienced any prejudice. It is difficult to find anyone outside the Moslem world who experienced any anti-Jewish prejudice.

And yet he is preoccupied with a conspiracy theory that Jews are persecuted!

One of his best examples is that the President referred to "real Americans".

He says the solemn obligation of America is not to real Americans, but to Jews living in Israel.

He has the best political consultants that money can buy, and they signed off on this statement.

If I said on my blog that Jews believe this stuff, I would be accused of anti-Semitism. But here is Bloomberg, in his own words, as part of a billion-dollar campaign for President.

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