The left is forever accusing conservatives of being Nazis, but here they are defending their support and admiration for a man who has openly praised Hitler.
Who are the real Nazis?
Look for the Jew-haters, the foes of the freedom of speech, the ones who advocate violence against their political opponents.
Yes, the real Nazis are the “anti-fascist” leftists. Imagine if Carson and Jarrett and the rest were defending their admiration for David Duke.
They would be discredited and disgraced.
But no one minds this.
“WATCH: Democrat Congressman Defends Meeting Farrakhan By Attacking Jews,” by Ryan Saavedra, Daily Wire, March 9, 2018:
On Friday, Rep. Andre Carson (D-IN) admitted to meeting with radical Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan in the past and then appeared to defend himself by attacking Jews.
Fox 59 anchor Angela Ganote asked Carson to address the scandal and the Republican Jewish Coalition’s call for him and six other Democrats to resign for meeting with Farrakhan, who has openly praised Hitler in the past.
Carson responded by attacking the Republican Jewish Coalition, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Israel’s government.
“That organization doesn’t have any credibility with me. I know they have a political agenda,” Carson replied. “The Congressional Black Caucus is asking that organization to condemn Benjamin Netanyahu and the government for discriminating against Africans who are migrating, who are fleeing dictatorships, who are fleeing oppression. There’s a great deal of bigotry and racism happening right now that they failed to condemn.”
“Meghan McCain Takes on Valerie Jarrett for Likening Farrakhan to the Koch Brothers,” by Pam Key, Breitbart, March 9, 2018:
Friday on ABC’s “The View,” the panel took on the controversy over Women’s March co-chair Tamika Mallory attending a speech which included anti-Semitic rhetoric by Louis Farrakhan and her praise of the Nation of Islam leader.
Co-host Meghan McCain said, “It’s not just that she attended. She posted a photo to Instagram calling Farrakhan G.O.A.T. which means greatest of all time.”
Co-host Joy Behar said, “Let me read one thing from her point of view. She credits the Nation of Islam for supporting her after her son’s father was murdered 17 years ago, which she calls ‘the most difficult period of my life.’ So she has a personal relationship with them.”
McCain said, “Remember when we had a conversation about how CPAC was Nazi-friendly? Louis Farrakhan said, ‘Hitler was a very great man.’ This is black and white. It’s simple: You think Hitler is a great man, don’t associate with that person. There should be no normalizing of this one way or the other.”
Guest co-host Valerie Jarrett said, “Part of learning to be a leader effectively is you have to use your voice, and you have to be very clear. You work with people all the time with whom you disagree. Goodness knows I worked with the Koch brothers when we were working on criminal justice or Rupert Murdoch when we were working on immigration reform. If you want to lead an inclusive movement, you have to be clear about hate. And you have to be against it every single time.”…
Article posted with permission from Pamela GellerFacebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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