Kellyanne Conway had a fairly tense exchange with an obnoxious Jewish reporter named Andrew Feinberg today. Conway asked the Jew his ethnicity and asking any Jew their ethnicity is automatically implied to be anti-Semitic.
Feinberg went on CNN to whine about the incident and surprisingly didn’t claim that the incident was anti-Semitic.
But plenty of people on Twitter said it was anti-Semitic or implied that it was.
Just so we're clear on what happened:
At an event today, the White House spokeswoman demanded to know the ethnicity of a JEWISH reporter before she would answer a question.
Kellyanne Conway is an antisemite and this is DANGEROUS. https://t.co/lZ6OJ1yZnB
— Mikel Jollett (@Mikel_Jollett) July 16, 2019
— Nancy Levine 🌊 (@nancylevine) July 17, 2019
I don't know the ethnicity of the reporter she asked, but his last name "Feinberg" might suggest Jewish heritage. Maybe KellyAnne was trying to conjure a chance to slur The Squad as anti-semitic? https://t.co/dXLyagdFhv
— Greg Pinelo (@gregpinelo) July 16, 2019
How is asking a Jew their ethnicity anti-Semitic? This does not imply any sort of Jew hate. It’s just a question.
If Jews are so fragile that they can’t even handle somebody asking them what their ethnicity is, it shows that they have a level of paranoia about people identifying them as a separate racial group. The easiest solution to their paranoia would be to fuck off to Israel but being that they are a race of parasites, the only way that will happen is if they are forcibly removed.