Hollywood Nazis Contribute Campaign Money to Holocaust Denier

Former CIA operative Valerie Plame and her husband Joseph Wilson (R) hold a news conference at the National Press Club in Washington July 14, 2006. Plame sued Vice President Dick Cheney, top White House aide Karl Rove and others on Thursday for their role in disclosing her classified CIA employment. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)

I find it very funny that the same Hollywood elitists who call President Trump a Nazi are contributing money to a holocaust denier.

Valerie Plame who insisted she was a covert agent even though she was working out of the CIA HQ in Quantico, Virginia, is running for congress. Hollywood elitists actors Bryan Cranston, Naomi Watts, and Michael Douglas, producers Doug Liman and Jonathan Nolan, and billionaire Lynda Resnick have all contributed to her campaign.

Plame was forced to resign from the Ploughshares Fund board in 2017 after she retweeted an article denying the Holocaust. She tried multiple excuses before finally giving in.

From Washington Free Beacon

The donations came despite Plame’s attacks on American Jews. She resignedfrom the Ploughshares Fund board in 2017 after tweeting an article titled “America’s Jews Are Driving America’s Wars,” in which author Philip Giraldi suggested certain American Jews should be given a label when appearing on television “kind-of-like a warning label on a bottle of rat poison.”

Plame initially defended the article, saying, “Many neocon hawks ARE Jewish” and asking people to “read the entire article.” When that defense failed to silence her critics, Plame deleted the post and apologized. Plame has since blamed the tweet on multitasking during a move and claimed that she had not read the entire article. “Social media very unforgiving,” she said.

It is unclear if Plame was also moving when she shared at least eight other articles from the same outlet, including one piece that accused Israelis of celebrating in the wake of 9/11. The publisher, a self-described “alternative media selection” known as the Unz Review, routinely features Holocaust denial arguments and rampant anti-Semitism. The Unz Review has donated tens of thousands of dollars to the website VDARE.