Jake Turx Debunks Biden’s Hoax About Trump, Even Leftist ADL Does Not Defend Biden


WHITE HOUSE (Yaakov M / VINnews) — This past week, Ami Magazine’s Jake Turx called out a lie that President Biden has repeatedly told about President Trump, falsely claiming that Trump supports Neo-Nazis.

At a White House “unity” event (which was heavily divisive), Turx questioned ADL chief Jonathan Greenblatt about Biden’s nasty comments, and Greenblatt did not defend them. Turx also pointed out the hypocrisy of using divisive rhetoric at a unity event.

The question centers around the false claim which Democrats love to recycle, alleging Trump referred to neo-Nazis at a 2017 riot in Charlottesville, Virginia as “very fine people.” In reality, Trump said they should be “condemned totally,” and distinguished them from peaceful protesters whom Trump called “very fine “people on both sides of the issue of whether to remove a Confederate statue.

The hoax has been repeatedly debunked, yet Biden continues to use it.

Leftist Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, did not defend Biden when asked about the comments after a White House “unity summit” on Thursday. However rather than admitting Biden was lying, Greenblatt dodged the issue and made other false claims about Trump, attempting to justify Biden’s vicious attack.

Turx asked whether it was “good faith” for the president to attempt to unify the country while using a divisive hoax that had been widely debunked, and Greenblatt replied:

“If President Trump had been able to say, clearly and consistently — not just in the minutes after Charlottesville, but in the days in the weeks, in the month, in the years, to call out David Duke when given the chance, to not say “stand back and stand by” to the Proud Boys when given a chance to condemn them, to not tweet out antisemitic memes whether they are directed at Hillary Clinton or the press or anyone else, to call out the “Great Replacement Theory” — I could go on and on and on and on and on, but the reason why we’re here is because the failure to communicate that gave permission, gave license to hate, and make no mistake — whether it’s white supremacists, armed militia groups, enraged sovereign citizens, radical anti-Zionists, enraged jihadists — it’s become open season on everyone in this environment.”

Greenblatt was essentially justifying Biden’s lies, based on other things that Trump has done, which were also false.

Trump repeatedly condemned white supremacist David Duke, although it was not reported by the mainstream media. Trump also condemned the “Proud Boys” at a debate, and borrowed the term “stand by” from moderator Chris Wallace, while it was quite clear from the context that Trump was not supporting them in any way.

The very rare “antisemitic memes” tweeted by Trump were extremely subtle and appeared to be unintentional, such as a retweet of Hillary Clinton against a background of cash with a six-pointed star, which the campaign said was a mistake.

And “Great Replacement Theory” is a white-supremacist spin of an actual Democrat strategy of leveraging an open-borders policy to produce millions of new Democratic voters.


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