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Anti-Semitic Leftist Hatefest Greets Trump in Pittsburgh…
Anti-Israel activists exploit the murder of 11 Jews to attack the president and police officers.
.@IfNotNowOrg, a leftist anti-Israel hate group notorious for targeting Jewish charities, unleashed an ugly hatefest that defiled the solemnity of the day.
Keffiyahs, a symbol of Muslim anti-Semitic violence, SEIU shirts and multicolored wigs were visible in the mob.
A handful of protesters misused ‘shofars’, a religious ritual item sounded on the holiest Jewish days of the year, and not meant to be desecrated in street protests.
Despite attempts to appropriate Jewishness, there was nothing Jewish about the ugly hatred and exploitation of murdered Jews.
Even though three police officers had risked their lives and were wounded trying to stop the gunman, the If Not Now flyer for the event condemned the “police state” and touted the black supremacist hate group, @Blklivesmatter, alongside Free Palestine.
An If Not Now speaker bizarrely bleated, “More cops in shuls will not make us safer. More cops in schools will not make us safer.”
Where were If Not Now members while officers Daniel Mead, Michael Smidga, Anthony Burke and Timothy Matson, were being shot at in the synagogue? Blogging about intersectionality? Tweeting anti-Israel memes? Plotting their next hate rally targeting police officers and the IDF?
When the shooting was over and it was safe, they convened a hateful rally to attack Jews, Israel, Trump and the very police officers who had saved lives and stopped the rampage of a murderous gunman.
.@bungarsargon with The @jdforward, an anti-Israel leftist paper, claimed that the protesters, rather than Rabbi Jeffrey Myers of the Tree of Life synagogue who graciously welcomed the president, represented, "who the majority of American Jews are".
If Not Now represents Jews the same way that Robert Bowers, the Tree of Life gunman, represents Americans. It's a marginal hate group, animated by its animosity to the Jewish State and to Jewishness.
A leading If Not Now figure, @rafaelshimunov, had even used The Forward to defend a leftist Washington D.C. politician who had accused Jews of controlling the weather.
Many of the marchers exploiting the murder of Jews, and claiming to speak for Jews, weren’t Jewish.
Putting the lie to Ungar-Sargon’s Forward fake news, the Pittsburgh City Paper noted that, "participants at the event were from a diverse background, including members of several progressive groups, residents of all races, and Latino and Black activists."
“Queer Catholic Protects Jews: End White Supremacy,” one sign read.

“We are here to send the message today that we don’t want you here,” Monica Ruiz of @CasaSanJosePGH ranted. "Trump, you are not a good neighbor.”

Casa San Jose, a Latino activist group, defends illegal aliens.
Tracy Baton, the African-American director of the @womensmarch, denounced Trump for inserting politics, “into a city in mourning, before the dead are buried, is unacceptable.”
Except that was the entire purpose of the rally, which even ended with a call to vote in the midterm elections. It was a power grab by marginal groups and a vile attack on a president paying a condolence call.
While the president was laying flowers at makeshift memorials, a leftist mob was screaming hate.

And Baton was cynically appropriating Jewish pain while representing an anti-Semitic hate group.
The Women’s March leadership had become notorious for anti-Semitic rhetoric by @LSarsour and @TamikaDMallory.

Both women are supporters of Louis Farrakhan who had praised Hitler and compared Jews to termites.
If there’s anything more inappropriate than a protest rally before the dead are buried, it’s an anti-Semitic hate group hijacking murdered Jews for its own political agenda.
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