Memes against US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and his efforts against Steven Bannon and in favor of another neo-con war for Israel in the Middle East have caught the attention of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), an anti-White, Jewish supremacist organization.
The ADL writes:
An online campaign of anti-Semitism has been directed at Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and advisor over the past week. It comes in the context of Trump’s removal of chief strategist Stephen Bannon from the National Security Council and reports about a feud between Bannon and Kushner as well as airstrikes in Syria in response to the chemical attack last week.
This campaign of anti-Semitism has been driven by white supremacists and anti-Semites and has all the hallmarks of classic Jewish conspiracy theories. The narratives include accusations that Jews in the Trump Administration are trying to start a war to advance the interests of Israel. They contend that Trump has abandoned his “America First” policy, which the alt right supported, because he is being manipulated by Kushner and other Jewish advisors.
The anti-Semitic social media campaign, which features hashtags on Twitter such as #firekushner, #kushneratwar, #kushnerswar, appears to have begun on April 5 with a few tweets describing the administration’s actions as a betrayal alongside the #firekushner hashtag.
We are proud to oppose Kusherner’s counter-productive neo-con war for Israel and the betrayal of Trump’s America First foreign policy.
NOTE: The ADL has placed me on their “Terrorist, Extremist & Bigotry” page for opposing the replacement of my people and our culture by Third World immigrants. Perhaps it is needless to say, but I am not a terrorist or criminal. And my views were mainstream in the South through much of our history.