In what can only be described as the most intolerant display of “tolerance”, a seriously unhinged Presbyterian minister, Rev. Susan Rothenberg, who lives a few houses away from the Tree of Life Synagogue where 11 Jews were killed by a deranged, Trump-hating anti-semite, was seen screaming at the top of her lungs at the President of the United States.
After watching this video, it truly makes one wonder how such a person has been entrusted with leading a Christian congregation to teach tolerance, love, acceptance, and compassion. If the Reverend Susan Rothenberg is the best example that the Squirrel Hill Presbyterian Church has of tolerance, love, or compassion, their congregation is truly in trouble.
Watch, as Rothenburg screams at the top of her lungs at what appears to be President Trump’s motorcade, as he and First Lady Melania Trump, along with Trump’s Jewish daughter, Ivanka and her Jewish husband Jared Kushner pay their respects for 11 innocent victims of a madman whose heart was clearly filled with hate. Rothenburg screams as two young people stand by and listen to her hateful rant.
It’s not about you! This is our neighborhood!
You are NOT welcome here!
We don’t want him here. We don’t want him on our street.
These people can’t breathe! You’re causing them pain! You don’t belong here!
In a moment of hilarious hypocrisy, Rothenburg screams to President Trump that we “welcome everyone here”, she immediately screams, “You are not welcome on my street!”
This is our neighborhood!
We welcome everybody here!
You are not welcome on my street!
You are not welcome in Squirrel Hill!
Do you understand that?
It’s incredibly sad that Reverend Rothenburg would stand on the steps of her home in a neighborhood filled with grieving Jewish neighbors, and use their pain as an excuse to scream hateful rhetoric at a president who she clearly has political differences with.
Unfortunately, the reverend was too blinded by hate to realize that President Trump traveled to Squirrel Hill, PA with his wife and his Jewish family to pay their respects to the victims of a man who was also clearly filled with hate.