The Jewish news media is going all in on this New York Times report claiming that Donald Trump dodged the military draft with help from a Jewish foot doctor. They admit there’s no hard evidence proving this, but that didn’t stop them from publishing it any way.
Here’s a snipped from the story.
In the fall of 1968, Donald J. Trump received a timely diagnosis of bone spurs in his heels that led to his medical exemption from the military during Vietnam.
For 50 years, the details of how the exemption came about, and who made the diagnosis, have remained a mystery, with Mr. Trump himself saying during the presidential campaign that he could not recall who had signed off on the medical documentation.
Now a possible explanation has emerged about the documentation. It involves a foot doctor in Queens who rented his office from Mr. Trump’s father, Fred C. Trump, and a suggestion that the diagnosis was granted as a courtesy to the elder Mr. Trump.
The podiatrist, Dr. Larry Braunstein, died in 2007. But his daughters say their father often told the story of coming to the aid of a young Mr. Trump during the Vietnam War as a favor to his father.
“I know it was a favor,” said one daughter, Dr. Elysa Braunstein, 56, who along with her sister, Sharon Kessel, 53, shared the family’s account for the first time publicly when contacted by The New York Times.
Elysa Braunstein said the implication from her father was that Mr. Trump did not have a disqualifying foot ailment. “But did he examine him? I don’t know,” she said.
For decades, Dr. Braunstein saw patients in a congested ground-floor office below Edgerton Apartments in Jamaica, Queens, one of dozens of buildings owned by the Trumps in the 1960s. The family sold the building in 2004, records show.
“What he got was access to Fred Trump,” Elysa Braunstein said. “If there was anything wrong in the building, my dad would call and Trump would take care of it immediately. That was the small favor that he got.”
No paper evidence has been found to help corroborate the version of events described by the Braunstein family, who also suggested there was some involvement by a second podiatrist, Dr. Manny Weinstein. Dr. Weinstein, who died in 1995, lived in two apartments in Brooklyn owned by Fred Trump; city directories show he moved into the first during the year Donald Trump received his exemption.
So the daughter of a dead Jewish foot doctor who has no paper documentation or evidence supporting her claims is enough for the NYT to run this as a featured story.
It would seem the narrative they’re trying to push is that Trump is draft dodger and that is why he doesn’t want to wage endless war for Israel. It is not a good narrative at all, but that seems to be what they’re pushing.
Even Jews on Fox News like Howard Kurtz are saying that this reporting has gone too far.
If the Jewish news media couldn’t publish uncorroborated stories or stories based on anonymous sources, they’d have little if anything to report. They’ve completely abandoned any standards and that especially applies whenever they have an opportunity to attack Trump.
Over the past week, the Jews have claimed Trump is an evil man because he dodged the draft with help from a Jewish foot doctor, signed MAGA hats for troops in Iraq and allegedly implied to a 7-year-old girl that Santa Claus wasn’t real. None of these are substantive attacks.