The awful neoconservative magazine “The Weekly Standard” has officially shut down after 23 years. The magazine was co-founded by the Jew Bill Kristol for the purpose of promoting Jewish agendas including having America fight endless wars for Israel. It reached the height of its influence in the 2000s during George W. Bush’s presidency.
All good things come to an end. And so, after 23 years, does The Weekly Standard. I want to express my gratitude to our readers and my admiration for my colleagues. We worked hard to put out a quality magazine, and we had a good time doing so. And we have much more to do. Onward!
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) December 14, 2018
Not surprisingly, “The Weekly Standard” in its last days was aggressively anti-Trump. POTUS celebrated the magazine’s demise on Twitter and criticized Kristol’s kikery.
The pathetic and dishonest Weekly Standard, run by failed prognosticator Bill Kristol (who, like many others, never had a clue), is flat broke and out of business. Too bad. May it rest in peace!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 15, 2018
The end of this magazine is really a death knell for the neoconservatives. While Trump hasn’t been able to accomplish anywhere near what we hoped he would, his presidential campaign played a major role in defeating these people.
Jewish neocons like Kristol have given up even trying to act like they’re “conservative” and are instead appearing on CNN and MSNBC to bash Trump. The mask has been ripped off and it is no longer possible for them to pretend that they’re “conservatives.”
But yes, the end of this awful magazine is very good news and worth celebrating. It is definitely a big victory.