Getting to the truth is difficult in this day of censorship and media bias. We think it’s so important to know the truth of where people stand on important topics. With the recent rise in anti-semitism, we’ve tried to report on who is fomenting this movement. Two recent random attacks on Jewish men were captured on video. Out of the blue, an elderly Jewish man was beaten in broad daylight in the middle of an intersection in NYC. A similar event happened when a young Jewish male was chased down by a guy with a large stick. With the horrific mass murder of 11 people in a synagogue, we are asking who would condone such violence…

It’s interesting that the Democrats are trying to place blame on President Trump for the horrific shooting that took place at a synagogue yesterday by an evil anti-semite. They really have a short memory when it comes to placing blame for the anti-semitic connections they have.

President Trump made good on a decade’s old promise to move our embassy to Jerusalem; cracked down on anti-Semitism on college campuses; deported an actual Nazi; pulled US aid that funded stipends for Palestinian animals responsible for the murder of Jews. Meanwhile > >

Farrakhan is a known anti-semite yet he has been supported by key Democrats. A photo of former President Obama with Farrakhan was held from view by a photographer until recently:

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Also, members of the Congressional Black Caucus met with Farrakhan:

The Democrats can’t have it both ways. They say they refute anti-semitism yet they meet with the biggest anti-semite around!

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