Yesterday was Yom Kippur, the “Day of Atonement,” the holiest day of the Jewish year, and one would think that on the eve of this holiday, the Trump-haters might give it a rest.
But no, apparently they just cannot help themselves.
After Ivanka tweeted a lovely and very traditional message (“G’mar Hatimah Tova” = “May you be ‘inscribed’ for a good year”), the haters attacked like a swarm of angry bees.
Wishing everyone an easy and meaningful fast and may we all be inscribed in the Book of Life. G'mar Hatimah Tovah! #YomKippur
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) September 29, 2017
Happy Holidays now how many Puerto Ricans are forcibly fasting because of you?
— richard b (@zestypix) September 29, 2017
You won't be inscribed in book of life. Supporting your dad is an unforgivable sin.
— factbox.tv (@hotchkiss_jon) September 29, 2017
Is it ok to LIE in the Jewish faith????
— LynnZ (@ZemanLynnZ) September 30, 2017
— Has Anxiety (@LeeHasAnxiety) September 29, 2017
Your father said Nazis are "very fine people."
— Alt Sarah H. Sanders (@AltUSPressSec) September 29, 2017
You have no grasp on what spirituality or atonement is. Whomever converted you should be ashamed.
— Loren Gomez (@UKinNYC) September 30, 2017
“Easy”??? Just like your knowledge of government, you have no idea what this solemn occasion means. pic.twitter.com/dtAlvhmnNq
— AngelaMet (@AngelaMet67) September 30, 2017
And I just had to respond to this one, not that it will change anything. Because the haters gotta hate:
Pro tip, @RightDmitry Know something before you tweet about it. A very old Jewish tradition to wish each other an "easy" and meaningful fast
— NY Jooo (@NYJooo) October 1, 2017
And, finally, a palate cleanser:
To you and yours as well…
May God give You, your husband and your father – our @POTUS, the wisdom to make this world better place for all
— Yechezkel Moskowitz (@ymosko) September 29, 2017