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14 October 2016

At Long Last, Trump Blames The Jews For His Failed Campaign &Trump just gave an anti-Semitic speech ‘dripping with hatred’ — and the Internet is horrified & Trump Attacks His Accusers in His Most Extreme, Angry, and Unhinged Speech Yet 13OKT16

This is what you get with Trump.  Avoid like the plague!  #VoteBlueAlways:
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 29: Protestors and members of a Jewish social action group rally against what they call hateful and violent rhetoric from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, outside of Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue, September 29, 2016 in New York City. The protest was organized by Jewish social action group 'Bend the Arc Jewish Action.' (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
MORE disgusting hate speech from donald drumpf/trump, and the deplorables supporting his campaign, the white supremacist, neo-nazis, right wing evangelical Christians, fascist, tea-baggers, kkk, and the closeted racist members of the republican party who have been stewing in their own hate of a Black President for the past 8 years. It is good for us to remember the words of  Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Martin Niemoller, Christian leaders in nazi Germany who challenged hitler's racist, authoritarian, murderous third reich. Word of warning to drumpf/trump-pence supporters, once the campaign is done with those of us opposing them they will turn on you. Consider yourself warned. From +Daily Kos+Raw Story and +Mother Jones 
At Long Last, Trump Blames The Jews For His Failed Campaign.
We knew this was coming. It came in his speech tonight.
Donald Trump lashed out at global elites who undermine American sovereignty through “international banks” — and many observers couldn’t help but notice the underlying anti-Semitic message.
Throughout the speech, Trump used harsh language that evoked old and ugly anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about international bankers who supposedly infiltrate national governments and control the global agenda. Citing recent Clinton campaign emails published by WikiLeaks, Trump told the crowd that "Clinton meets in secret with international banks in order to plot the destruction of US sovereignty." Echoing the rhetoric of Alex Jones and other conspiracy theorists, Trump repeatedly referred to "globalists" as the true enemy and Clinton as their handmaiden.
The “international bankers” trope is nearly as old as Anti-Semitism itself and needs little explanation. But for those who are unfamiliar, there is Wikipedia.
Various conspiracy theories have been advanced regarding Jews and banking,[1] including the theory that world banking is dominated by the Rothschild family,[2] that Jews control Wall Street,[2] and that Jews control the U.S. Federal Reserve System.[3] A related theory is that Jews control Hollywood or the news media.[4][5][6]
But all things need to be placed into the proper context. Trump’s rage at Jews in his speech today is being egged on by the far-right Neo-Nazi elements of his campaign, who have devised a theory regarding the release of the now-infamous tape of Trump and Billy Bush joking about Trump’s penchant for sexual assault:.
A fringy conspiracy theory about how the blockbuster 2005 tape of Donald Trump bragging about sexual assault was leaked to the Washington Post has gotten the endorsement of Jerry Falwell Jr., the social conservative activist and president of Liberty University, who brought it up on an Fox Business News appearance this week.
He joins David Duke, neo-Nazi web forums and -- of course -- Breitbartin peddling similar conspiracy theories, which vary in their specifics from merely absurd to virulently anti-Semitic.
Their “theory” is that the tape was released to the Washington Post by “GOP elites,” specifically Dan Senor, a former Bush Administration official who happens to be Jewish, among others:
On some of the alt-right message boards touting the theory, anti-Semitic slurs are thrown at Senor. Former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke put triple parenthesis around Senor's name, a signal in alt-right circles that the person is Jewish.
More broadly, though, the anti-Semitic allusions Trump made tonight are perfectly in keeping with the behavior of a large segment of his support base, the “alt-right,” a loosely defined group of digital racists whose denizens include white supremacists and various “white power” groups seeking to establish “racial purity” via their “white identity.”
And even more broadly, it was just a matter of time, wasn’t it? First he came for the Hispanics, then the Blacks, then he came for the Muslims, then the disabled, then POW’s, then the women.
And now, the Jews.

Trump just gave an anti-Semitic speech ‘dripping with hatred’ — and the Internet is horrified

Travis Gettys

13 OCT 2016 AT 14:37 ET                   
Donald Trump Palm Beach (YouTube)
Donald Trump lashed out at global elites who undermine American overeignty through “international banks” — and many observers couldn’t help but notice the underlying anti-Semitic message.
The Republican presidential candidate flatly denied recent reports of women claiming he’d sexually abused or assaulted them after the release of a 2005 recording that showed Trump boasting about getting away with grabbing women by the genitals because he was rich and famous.
During the speech in Palm Beach, Florida, Trump threatened to sue the New York Times, which published some of those accounts, and he agreed with his supporters’ call to arrests and imprison his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.
“Honestly, she should be locked up, she should be,” Trump said.
He accused Clinton of being “the vessel (of) a corrupt global establishment that’s raiding our country and surrendering the sovereignty of our nation.”
Trump portrayed the Nov. 8 election as an apocalyptic choice.
“This is not simply another four-year election,” he said. “This is a crossroads in the history of our civilization that will determine whether or not we, the people, reclaim control over our government. The political establishment that is trying to stop us is the same group responsible for our disastrous trade deals, massive illegal immigration, and economic and foreign policies that have bled our country dry.”
“This election will determine whether we remain a free country in the truest sense of the word or we become a corrupt banana republic controlled by large donors and foreign governments,” Trump said. “The election of Hillary Clinton would lead to the destruction of our country.”
Many internet users were alarmed at Trump’s language, noting its reliance on anti-Semitic themes and more suited to a fascist dictator than a presidential candidate. (click the story header above to read the many, many tweets of outrage)

Trump Attacks His Accusers in His Most Extreme, Angry, and Unhinged Speech Yet

This campaign somehow got darker.



Facing allegations that he sexually assaulted several women, Donald Trump gave the most extreme and angry speech of his campaign on Thursday, during a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida. The GOP nominee, who tweeted on Tuesday that the "shackles have been taken off me," lashed out at the "corporate" media, the women who have accused him of kissing and touching them without consent, and a "globalist" criminal conspiracy involving Hillary Clinton, her husband, and international bankers.
After a string of warm-up speakers who only indirectly referred to the sexual assault allegations, Trump cut straight to the chase. "These claims are fabricated," he declared angrily. "They are lies. These events never happened—and the people who brought them—you take a look at these people, you study these people, and you'll understand that also." Zeroing in on a reporter for People magazine, who said that Trump assaulted her during a 2005 interview, Trump seemed to dismiss her account by insulting her looks. "Think of it," Trump said, "she's doing a story on Melania, who is pregnant at the time, and Donald Trump, our one-year anniversary, and she said I made inappropriate advances. And by the way, the area was a public area, people all over the place. Take a look, you take a look, look at her, look at her words. You tell me what you think. I don't think so."
Trump claimed he possessed information that would debunk the claims that he sexually assaulted these women: "We already have substantial evidence to dispute these lies and it will be made public in an appropriate way at an appropriate time very soon."
The GOP nominee sought to tie the cascading allegations against him to a broader anti-Trump conspiracy cooked up by media conglomerates, the Clinton campaign, and shadowy international interests. "The corporate media in our country is no longer involved in journalism," he said. "There's a political, special interest, no different than any lobbyist or other financial entity, with a total political agenda. The agenda is not for you, it's for themselves." Trump charged that journalists "collaborate and conspire directly with the Clinton campaign on helping her win the election." He proclaimed, "This is a conspiracy against you, the American people, and we cannot let it happen." It was a plot, he said, to promote "radical globalization" and to protect a "corrupt establishment." The only way to thwart the evil cabal, he insisted, was to elect Trump president. But, he warned, the schemers had rigged the system to elect Clinton and keep Trump out. It was a clear message: if Clinton wins, she will be an illegitimate and criminal president representing sinister forces intent on screwing Americans. A Clinton victory, he signaled, would mean the election was fixed—a betrayal that no patriotic American should accept. 
Throughout the speech, Trump used harsh language that evoked old and ugly anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about international bankers who supposedly infiltrate national governments and control the global agenda. Citing recent Clinton campaign emails published by WikiLeaks, Trump told the crowd that "Clinton meets in secret with international banks in order to plot the destruction of US sovereignty." Echoing the rhetoric of Alex Jones and other conspiracy theorists, Trump repeatedly referred to "globalists" as the true enemy and Clinton as their handmaiden.
The crowd, packed into an indoor venue at the South Florida fairgrounds, lapped up Trump's terrifying message. His supporters repeatedly turned toward the press pen to heckle reporters with chants of "CNN sucks!" and "Treason!" During the tirade, Trump said that he felt "hurt" personally by the media coverage of his White House bid, but he added that race was not "hell" for him. The campaign, he declared, was "a journey to heaven."

Tim Murphy is a senior reporter at Mother Jones. Reach him at tmurphy@motherjones.com.

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