The pattern with the American leftist media when it comes to Israel is pretty apparent at this point. A group in Gaza launches rockets at Israeli citizens, the iron dome shoots them down, Israel retaliates by bombing the locations they know Hamas are stationed at, and the civilians and children that inevitably die (because the terrorists are using them as human shields and even invite them to kill them) become ammunition for the American left to use in their anti-Israel narrative.
In a previous article, I detailed how the pattern of violence between Israel’s war with Hamas is good business for the left.
The leftist media, in particular, fuels these anti-Israel fires with the help of elected politicians, and before you know it, you have a fertile seedbed for anti-semitic rage which then leads to anti-semitic action. You need not look too far at who is feeling the rage. Everyone from Palestinians to your average white leftist with a chip on their shoulder on Twitter voices unfiltered anti-Israeli opinions.
Yet, true to form, the left wants none of the blame for pushing this anti-semitic feeling through the U.S. population. It’s not quite ready to boldly declare that its anti-semitic stances are actually anti-semitic, it’ll just sit quietly as leftist leaders like Louis Farrakhan and Patrisse Cullors say the quiets parts very, very loudly.
Vox decided to boldly declare that while anti-semitic attacks were indeed on the rise, it couldn’t quite pin down why and openly said the reason is unknown right below the article title. It does take some guesses, however, and wouldn’t you know it, the problem isn’t them, it’s you:
A second theory is that what we’re seeing right now is, more than anything else, a reflection of an upswing in anti-Semitism that began during the Trump campaign and presidency.
There is little doubt that anti-Semitic sentiment in America began spiking in 2016. The ADL and other data sources suggest a surge beginning then, most commonly linked to the alt-right’s rise on Trump’s coattails, and continuing for the next four
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