Despite the fact that the media continues to run around with lies on their lips that the two recent synagogue shootings are Trump’s fault, the fact is that both shooters were virulent Trump haters, and not supporters of the president.
Both the shooter at the Poway synagogue in California and the killer who shot up the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh had social media posts that noted how much they hated Trump and conservatives.
So, trying to place the blame for these shootings on Trump is simply a straight-out lie.
Indeed, as Roger L. Simon notes, the Poway killer had said that Trump as a “Zionist, Anti-White,” and “Traitorous”
As Simon noted:
Despicable as they are, these two creatures can’t really be accused of Trump Derangement Syndrome, because, unlike many in mainstream media, they are at least somewhat correct in their assessment. Trump is pro-Israel, indeed likely the most pro-Israel president since Truman, who defied his own State Department to recognize the Jewish state.
In the case of shooter Robert Gregory Bowers, days before he shot up the synagogue in Pittsburgh, he wrote: “Trump is a globalist, not a nationalist. There is no #MAGA as long as there is a [expletive to describe Jews] infestation.”
For his part, before trying to kill Jews at the Poway synagogue, John T. Earnest was also seen attacking Trump on social media.
Earnest wrote of Trump, “You mean that Zionist, Jew-loving, anti-White, traitorous c*cksucker? Don’t make me laugh.”
Yet the media continues to lie and say that Trump is the reason for these shootings.
The media never tells the truth about anything.
Indeed, Poway Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein told the disapproving media that Trump was wonderfully supportive in his call of condolences.
“I received a personal phone call from our president, Donald Trump,” Goldstein said. “I was amazed to answer the phone and say the secretary of the White House was calling. And he spent close to 10, 15 minutes with me on the phone.”
“It’s the first time that I have ever spoken to a President of the United States of America,” Goldstein added. “He shared with me condolences on behalf of the United States of America. And We spoke about the moment of silence. And he spoke about his love of peace and Judaism and Israel and he was just so comforting that I’m really grateful to our president for taking the time and making that effort to share with us his comfort and consolation.”
Rabbi Goldstein on Trump calling him following the shooting: "He spoke about his love of peace and Judaism and Israel and he was just so comforting that I’m really grateful to our president for taking the time and making that effort to share with us his comfort and consolation" pic.twitter.com/Bu31UvZomI
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) April 29, 2019
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