This is good news, and an example of good people doing the right thing. This constant twisting of reality by groups determined to destroy people with whom they disagree has got to stop.
1,500 rabbis backed a letter condemning the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) call for Fox News host Tucker Carlson to be fired amid claims that he used a white supremacist trope during an interview.
The ADL sent a letter to Fox News on April 9 accusing Carlson of “disgustingly” defending “the white supremacist ‘great replacement theory.’” The letter called for Carlson’s firing and Fox News CEO Lachlan Murdoch responded by backing Carlson, noting that he “decried and rejected replacement theory” during the segment in question.
The Coalition for Jewish Values (CJV) joined in on the fight after the ADL’s comment and decried the non-governmental organization for its “grossly misplaced charges of antisemitism” in an April 13 letter. The CJV’s letter was backed by 1,500 traditional orthodox rabbis, according to The Jerusalem Post…
The letter continued on to accuse the ADL of becoming “markedly partisan” under National Director and CEO Jonathan Greenblatt’s leadership. It gave various other examples of the company’s alleged bias before ultimately calling for “the ADL to discard its partisan preoccupations and undertake an urgently needed course correction.”