Too many in the MSM and Trump-haters are now “foaming at the mouth” over President Trump’s remarks about Charlottesville.

But where were they when four Jewish men were massacred at the Hyper Cacher Supermarket in Paris in 2015, and Barack Hussein Obama referred to “a random attack” on “just a bunch of folks in a deli” ?

Kudos to John Podhoretz for having called Obama out:

Via NY Post.

At Tuesday’s press briefing, White House mouthpiece Josh Earnest said something disgusting — I don’t know how else to describe it — about the massacre at the Hyper Casher kosher supermarket in Paris one month ago.

“The individuals who were killed in that terrible, tragic incident,” Earnest droned, “were killed not because of who they were but because of where they randomly happened to be.”

Take it from someone who keeps kosher: Nobody “randomly” happens to be in a kosher supermarket, not even in Manhattan.

But you didn’t need to take it from someone who keeps kosher, did you? You already know that the clientele of a kosher supermarket is almost entirely made up of Jews. You know this because you’re not an idiot.

Yes, if you want to find Jews, a kosher supermarket is the place to be on a Friday morning, as people are preparing for the Sabbath.

Since Earnest is the press secretary of the most important person in the world, I assume he isn’t an illiterate dope. Which means he knows this too.

So what he did was speak a vile lie, and a deeply dishonorable one….

For only a few minutes later, about half a mile away from him in Washington, Earnest’s fellow administration mouthpiece Jen Psaki took to the podium at the State Department’s press briefing and with similar moral cretinousness dismissed the purpose and goal of the Jew-killers at Hyper Casher.

“I believe if I remember the victims specifically,” said Psaki, “they were not all victims of one background or one nationality.”….

How Obama and his mouthpieces are encouraging anti-Jewish behavior

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  1. Alain41 says:

    In 2016, the media correctly jumped on Marine Le Pen for her bad statement that France wasn’t responsible for Vichy deportation. Don’t see a lot of difference between the two. Bad things happen. Who knows why? C’est la vie. Democracy dies in Darkness of the Media.

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