1. Fox News Are Just White Supremacists Using "The Nazi Mirror Tactic" Being Given A Free Pass By The Media
2. An Outline Of Modern Right Wing Terrorism (Denied By Fox News & The GOP) By David Neiwert
3. The Coast Guard Domestic Terrorist Is Just The Latest Right Wing Terrorist Enabled By Media Silence On Fox News Incendiary Rhetoric
4. NRA, Infowars, Fox News, Breitbart And Sinclair Function As A Terrorist Propaganda Wing Of The GOP That Seeks To Build Hate & Muddy The Waters (Kinda Like State TV)
5. The Right Wing Are Basically Terrorists Or "Terrorist Creators" (Alt Right Terrorists Is The Politically Correct Term)
Rep. Ilhan Omar nailed it:
“Many of the people who are targeting the Jewish community with anti-Semitism are also targeting the Muslim community with Islamophobia,” says Rep. Ilhan Omar (@Ilhan). “We have to collectively work together to uplift our voices and say no to hate.” pic.twitter.com/rs7134prAB— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) May 1, 2019
Christchurch Mosque:— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) March 15, 2019
Tree Of Life Synagogue:
Mother Emanuel AME Church:
Oak Creek Sikh Temple:
Overland Park Jewish Center:
Islamic Center of Quebec City:
Media Matters.org: The Daily Beast's Sam Stein: Right-wing fearmongering about immigrants was synagogue shooter's "inspiration" Stein: "He referenced the fact that he was fearful that George Soros was funding a caravan of migrants in Honduras to come to the United States. This was his inspiration, and this is what the Republicans have run the election on in the closing weeks, and they're not stopping."
Media Matters.org: Fox keeps pushing the anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that motivated the Tree of Life shooter
And while fearmongering about immigration during the April 10 edition of his show, Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs claimed “left-wing money, a lot of groups” and “the United Nations” (which the Tree of Life shooter also mentioned) were behind caravans of migrants headed for the U.S. border.
Many journalists and media figures noticed yesterday’s episode of blatant anti-Semitism and its connectionsto the Tree of Life massacre. But to Fox, it’s business as usual.
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Media Matters.org: attempts to blame the media after Pittsburgh synagogue shooting despite pushing similar conspiracy theories as the gunman
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NBC: Qasim Rashid Ilhan Omar's 9/11 comments spark more false outrage — and expose anti-Muslim biasThe most frustrating thing about this latest spasm of conservative backlash is the way it obscures Omar’s actual point about civil rights.
The political right went immediately into attack mode. Brian Kilmeade, co-anchor of “Fox and Friends,” wondered if she was even an American first? Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, described her remarks as “Unbelievable.” The NY Post featured a front page with Omar’s picture depicted below a photo of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Now even President Donald Trump has joined in, tweeting a video that cuts between her quote and images of the Twin Towers. At a time when Omar has suffered bomb threats and assassination plots, such hyperbole on the part of the media and elected officials only adds fuel to the bonfire.
The allegation is that Omar trivialized 9/11 by describing it as “some people did something.” I’m reminded of Cardinal Richelieu’s quote: “If you give me six lines written by the hand of the most honest of men, I will find something in them which will hang him.” Omar isn’t even being afforded six words.
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Media Matters.org: NRATV misrepresents what happened during Poway synagogue shooting to push pro-gun propaganda
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Media Matters.org: Major neo-Nazi website sees NRA’s recent hard-line messaging as its best hope to kill all Jewish people The Daily Stormer: “It’s time to put your money where your mouth is and join up with the country’s single effective pro-white organization intent on fully SMASHING THE JEW”
Media Matters.org: A Muslim community conservatives demonized for years was the target of a right-wing terror plot -- again
Democracy Now: How White Supremacist Ideology & Conspiracies Have Fueled U.S. Domestic Terror & Hateful Violence
Domestic terror swept the country last week, when a white gunman stormed a peaceful synagogue in Pittsburgh, killing 11 peaceful worshipers in what has been described as the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history. The attack came a day after an avid Trump supporter in Florida was arrested and charged with mailing bombs to more than a dozen of the president’s prominent critics, and three days after a white gunman fatally shot two African Americans at a grocery store shortly after trying and failing to enter a black church. We speak with Lois Beckett, a senior reporter for The Guardian covering gun policy, criminal justice and the far right in the United States. “The shooter in Pittsburgh was not just anti-Semitic,” Beckett says. “He had been radicalized by white supremacist ideology.”
Democracy Now: Rabbi: Trump & GOP Have Blood on Their Hands for Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting & Hateful Violence
Cecil Rosenthal, David Rosenthal, Melvin Wax, Irving Younger, Daniel Stein, Joyce Fienberg, Richard Gottfried, Rose Mallinger, Jerry Rabinowitz, Bernice Simon and Sylvan Simon. Those are the names of the 11 worshipers who were gunned down Saturday in Pittsburgh, when a 46-year-old white man named Robert Bowers entered the Tree of Life synagogue and opened fire, yelling “All Jews must die.” It is believed to be the worst anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history. We speak with Ari Lev Fornari, a rabbi at Kol Tzedek Synagogue in West Philadelphia who has worked with HIAS, a Jewish agency that aids refugees that the gunman targeted online. We also speak with Dr. David Glosser, a retired neuropsychologist who has volunteered with HIAS in Philadelphia. Glosser is the uncle of Stephen Miller, a key political adviser to President Trump who has pushed for a crackdown on immigrants. Glosser speaks directly to his Stephen Miller, saying, “It’s absolutely unacceptable to utilize hatred and bigotry to advance your political ends. This is a shallow, shabby expression of ambition. It’s poisonous to the country, destructive to society, and a complete repudiation of your own background and your own past.”
Democracy Now: Uncle of Stephen Miller: Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Is What Happens When Hate Is Legitimized
A gunman opened fire at the Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh, on Saturday, killing 11 worshipers. The massacre is being described as the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history. The victims have been identified as Cecil Rosenthal, David Rosenthal, Melvin Wax, Irving Younger, Daniel Stein, Joyce Fienberg, Richard Gottfried, Rose Mallinger, Jerry Rabinowitz, Bernice Simon and Sylvan Simon. They ranged in age from 54 to 97. Six others were injured, including four policemen. They were gathered on Saturday morning for Shabbat services when a 46-year-old white man named Robert Bowers entered the synagogue armed with an AR-15 and three handguns. He yelled “All Jews must die” as he opened fire on worshipers. We speak with Dr. David Glosser, a retired neuropsychologist who has volunteered with HIAS in Philadelphia helping refugees. He is also the uncle of Stephen Miller, a key political adviser to President Trump who has pushed for a crackdown on immigrants.
Democracy Now: New American Nazis: Inside the White Supremacist Movement That Fueled Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting
Neo-Nazis are on the rise in America. Nearly a month after a gunman killed 11 Jewish worshipers at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, we look at the violent hate groups that helped fuel the massacre. On the same day that shooter Robert Bowers opened fire in the synagogue, a neo-Nazi named Edward Clark, with whom Bowers had been communicating online, took his own life in Washington, D.C. The man’s brother, Jeffrey Clark, has since been arrested on weapons charges. The brothers were both linked to the violent white supremacist group Atomwaffen. We speak with A.C. Thompson, correspondent for Frontline and reporter for ProPublica. His investigation “Documenting Hate: New American Nazis” premieres tonight on stations and online.
Note: Another example of Fox News following the "its not us its you" Nazi tactic!
Lou Dobbs: Rep. Ilhan Omar "sounds like she hates America," Jews and Israelis
Sounds like the GOP is describing themselves but saying its Muslims!
The Islamic radicals want to kill all of us -- gay, straight, Christian and Jew
Convert or die. That is the war cry of the modern-day jihadist. The Islamic Radicals want to exterminate all of us -- Gay and straight, Christian and Jew.
Fox and the GOP push Biblical policies over Constitutional ones and then blame Muslims for being like them!
Fox & Friends guest: The Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist organization because it seeks to "establish a dominant Islamic Sharia foundation" Pentagon and State Department officials have said this designation could impact allied countries where the group fields prominent political parties
Pro-Nazi, Laura Ingraham provides coverup/defense services;
Reacting to New Zealand shooting, Laura Ingraham attacks those pointing out conservative influence on shooter and brings up "radical Muslims" Ingraham: "We've had those types of attacks against Christians in the Middle East for two decades now, plus ... you don't have the lower third blaming a political party or a political figure for it"
Sebastian Gorka, the Hungaran Nazi, takes his demonizations to the next level on a State TV like institution called Sinclair;
Sebastian Gorka is officially bringing his anti-Muslim commentary to Sinclair stations across the country The former Trump aide isn’t renewing his Fox News contract, instead increasing his presence at Sinclair
Attacking Ilhan Omar (a Muslim) for telling the truth is a favorite Fox News tactic (watch Israeli Journalists defend her);
Israeli columnist Gideon Levy (@levy_haaretz) of @haaretzcom says it's good to condemn anti-Semitism, but notes "the Israeli lobby, the Jewish lobby, are by far too strong and too aggressive. It's not good for the Jewish community, it's not good for Israel." #DNlive pic.twitter.com/LZ9kCl9ftb— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) March 8, 2019
"Ilhan Omar was being targeted not so much for what she said, but for who she was while saying it," says @PhyllisBennis of @IPS_DC @jvplive, saying the language Omar used is frequently used by other critics of Israel and in the press. #DNlive pic.twitter.com/fwgbMxeutV— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) March 8, 2019
Remi Kanazi says grassroots organizing was key to pushing back against the original Congressional resolution aimed at Ilhan Omar following her comments on the U.S.-Israel relationship. "Palestinian rights and issues are coming back to the forefront," he says. pic.twitter.com/GVTa8Ca2ks— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) March 8, 2019
It’s Time to Tell the Truth: Israeli Journalist Gideon Levy Supports Ilhan Omar’s Critique of Israel https://t.co/DhBX2SdhN4 pic.twitter.com/XKSugcmPOh— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) March 8, 2019
Debate Over Ilhan Omar Highlights New Willingness in U.S. to Question Power of Pro-Israeli Lobby https://t.co/2tAY13YKxl pic.twitter.com/P7jvhXDK6I— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) March 8, 2019
Israeli journalist @levy_haaretz says Ilhan Omar and other new voices in Congress are "raising legitimate questions about Israel, about America’s foreign policy toward Israel, and about the Israeli lobby in the States." pic.twitter.com/pbhtJj2JMp— Democracy Now! (@democracynow) March 8, 2019