Swastika-Clad Democrats Interrupt Trump’s Speech to Jews


President Trump was delivering a speech to American Jews when a group of Democrats some wearing Swastikas got up on their seats and started chanting against Israel. The swastikas were a smooth touch and these are the jerks who call Republicans Nazis.

Especially when you consider that there has never been a country called Palestine. The so-called Palestinians were thrown out of Jordan many years ago for being trouble makers. Security at the venue stepped up and tossed the Democrats in Nazi clothing. What made it funny was that she was standing in front of a sign against white nationalism, which is exactly what the Nazis were.

From Breitbart News

In a scene familiar from Trump rallies for nearly four years, the crowd around the protesters began chanting, “U-S-A!” and “Four more years!”

As the hecklers were removed from the venue, Trump joked about one of them: “He’s going back home to mommy.”

Roughly 2,000 people — including those attending the RJC’s annual leadership meeting, as well as members of the general public — filled the ballroom, many waving signs that said “TRUMP” in both Hebrew and English. Other signs read, “Thank you, President Trump!” and “We Are Jews for Trump.” Some men wore red yarmulkes emblazoned with “TRUMP” or “Make America Great Again.”

Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson was in attendance, as were White House advisor Jared Kushner, U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, Middle East negotiator Jason Greenblatt, Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon, and many Republican elected officials.

Trump was preceded by Andrew Pollack, the father of Meadow Pollack, who was one of 17 students killed in the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting last year.

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