Let me get one thing clear up front. I am a proud Jew and Zionist! Jesus spoke to me on three occasions when I was very down and out and going through a very difficult period in my life, so I also became a proud Christian. That’s why I call myself a Jewish Christian.

Thus, from my spiritual perspective and worldview, Jews and Christians are blood brothers. Jesus, whether one believes that he was the Son of God or not, was a rabbi and thus a Jew through and through. He did not have an anti-Semitic bone in his heavenly body.

But there are those throughout history who sought to divide the two peoples and also persecute them, and perhaps some of the worst offenders are some prominent Jews themselves.

Who am I talking about? I am talking about many in the so called “Jewish Left.”

Lets begin with Karl Marx, move to Leon Trotsky under Soviet Communist anti-Semitic regimes, and then go to modern-day self-hating Jews like George Soros and some of his followers in Congress and elsewhere throughout the nation and the world. In recent days, the leftist media has exploited conservative criticism of George Soros as a foil to allege that we are stoking anti-Semitism in the lead-up and wake of the terrible murder of 11 Jews in a Pittsburgh synagogue. This is a perversion of history, for it is not generally conservatives who are anti-Semitic, but Soros himself.

It is not in dispute that to save their own skin, under the “tutelage” of his father, “Little Leftist George” collaborated with the Nazis during World War II to confiscate the property of fellow Jews headed for Hitler’s gas chambers and ovens. Since then Soros has not done anything discernible to even apologize for this heinous act. I, for one, would have rather gone to my own death in a Nazi concentration camp than sell out my fellow Jews.

Fast forward to the aftermath of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre. Leftist Jews such as Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, CNN host Jake Tapper, at the obvious direction of CNN head Jeff Zucker, and billionaire and fellow Soros Democratic financier Tom Steyer (whose father was Jewish) wasted no time going on the airwaves to attack President Trump, incredibly blaming him for the massacre and suggesting that he is an anti-Semite, not to mention the cause of attempted bombings last week of leftist Democrats. This shameless political ploy intended to influence voters in the lead-up to the midterm elections next week, leveled in the wake of the deadliest attack on Jews in our nation’s history, was “one upped” by the likes of leftist Jewish writer Dana Milbank of the anti-Trump Washington Post, who wasted no time, while bodies were still being processed in morgues, penning an opinion piece titled “Trump’s America is Not A Safe Place for Jews” (Oct. 29, 2018).

In it, the rabid Milbank writes:

“George Washington, in his 1790 letter to Touro Synagogue in Newport, R.I., told Jews they would be safe in the new Nation. …

“Now President Trump has violated Washington’s compact. He has given sanction to bigotry and assistance to persecution. After the shooting in Pittsburgh, which the [leftist] Anti-Defamation League believes is the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, there is no longer safety under the vine and fig tree.”

But if truth be told by us other, non-leftist Jews – the ones who truly are in sync with the Jewish masses here and in Israel – President Trump has proven in just two short years in office to be the biggest friend of Jewry there ever was in the White House. Not only has he finally made good on the heretofore unfulfilled pledge of prior presidents, including a truly anti-Semitic one, Barack Hussein Obama, to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to the Jewish state’s capital of Jerusalem, but he and his Jewish son-in-law and daughter have tried to further real peace in the Middle East for the benefit of Jews, opposing Iran and other terrorist states and interests that want to destroy Israel. He has also rightly opposed radical Muslim immigration into the United States, issuing executive orders for better screening of terrorist implants. I could go on and on.

To the contrary the Jewish Left in this country has generally tried to thwart all of the president’s pro-Jewish and pro-Israel initiatives. The leftist and partisan Anti-Defamation League even sided with radical terrorist-connected Muslim groups, such as the Council for American-Islamic Relations, to oppose The Donald’s immigration efforts to weed Muslim terrorists out of our broken entry system. Fortunately, rubber-stamped by leftist judges in the lower federal courts mostly in San Francisco and Hawaii, the Jewish Left’s efforts hit a brick at the Supreme Court.

And here is the rub. Evil neo-Nazis like the murderer of 11 Jews at the Pittsburgh synagogue, in racist rants on social media, in effect pointed to leftist Jews as furthering the immigration of Muslims into the country. This domestic terrorist in effect justified this unjustifiable heinous massacre as a reaction to the Jewish Left aiding and abetting the influx of Muslims into the United States.

While most Jews, including yours truly, are not in favor of banning all Muslims from our shores, it is ironic that many in the Jewish Left will vilify President Trump as the cause of the Pittsburgh tragedy, but not look into the mirror and recognize that their reflexively anti-Trump actions may have provoked this neo-Nazi maniac to kill 11 of our fellow Jews.

Here’s the bottom line: The Jewish Left, particularly in this country, is not representative of the overwhelming majority of Jews here, in Israel and worldwide. But regrettably, they are giving professed sick cause to lunatics like the Pittsburgh shooter to work their evil.

So its time for the Jewish Left to stop blaming the most pro-Jewish and pro-Israel president in our nation’s modern history, and look inward for some of the reasons for the rise in anti-Semitism.

And for this reason, and to combat the Jewish Left, I am today forming Freedom Watch’s “Coalition of the Jewish Right,”which I urge all like-minded Jews and fellow Christians to join to combat the Jewish Left. Go to www.freedomwatchusa.org to join.

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