A higher percentage of Trump voters find neo-Nazi views “acceptable” than the rest of the American population.
— Johnny Cash’s children took to social media to denounce a neo-Nazi who wore a T-shirt with the singer’s name on it during the Charlot…
Two Jewish advisers stood next to President Trump when he delivered his comments comparing neo-Nazis to those who protested against them. And while Gary Cohn, Trump’s top economic adviser, has made his fury known, at least in inner circles, press reports indicate that Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin, while quieter on the issue, was also not pleased.
The flow chart was posted in response to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s three-day silence on the events in Charlottesville.
Andrew Anglin, the website’s publisher, says he’s been “banned from the internet.”
Some groups, like the Republican Jewish Coalition, criticized their party leader. But others, like the Zionist Organization of America, demurred.
Lee Zeldin is among the few who stood up for President Trump after his Tuesday comments blaming “both sides” for the Charlottesville events.
The Republican Jewish Coalition is calling on the president to “provide greater moral clarity in rejecting racism, bigotry, and anti-Semitism.”
The neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer was booted from two registrars this week — now it’s back with a Russian domain.
During all of the Neo-Nazi chaos consuming our country, the question must be asked: where are Jared and Ivanka, the White House’s token Jews?