Trump Invites Creator Of Anti-Semitic Cartoon To The White House
(JTA) — An artist who drew a “blatantly anti-Semitic cartoon” which showed U.S. government officials as puppets of George Soros and the Rothschilds, has been invited to the White House by President Donald Trump.
The Anti-Defamation League called Ben Garrison’s cartoon published in 2017 “blatantly anti-Semitic” and said that “the thrust of the cartoon is clear: (then-National Security Advisor H.R.) McMaster is merely a puppet of a Jewish conspiracy.”
The cartoon, which the ADL said was commissioned by right-wing radio host Mike Cernovich, shows left-wing Jewish philanthropist George Soros pulling the strings of McMaster and former CIA director Gen. David Petraeus. Above Soros, a green hand labeled “Rothschilds,” the well-known Jewish banking family, manipulates him.
Cernovich is known for starting the “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory, which claimed that the Clintons were running a pedophile ring in the basement of a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant.
The Rothschilds often appear in anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, which have them running a secretive international Jewish cabal that controls the world.
Garrison tweeted an image of his invitation to the White House for a social media summit, saying he was “honored.”
Honored to be invited to the White House! Thank You Mr. President! @realDonaldTrump #SocialMediaSummit pic.twitter.com/8b6zIa2XN3— GrrrGraphics Cartoons (@GrrrGraphics) July 5, 2019
This story "Creator of Anti-Semitic Cartoon Invited To White House" was written by Marcy Oster.