Schumer To Massie: You’re An Antisemite. Massie: Worry About Our Border, Not My Tweets
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Kudos to America First patriot and GOP Representative Thomas Massie of Kentucky for standing up to the Zionist lynch mob led by Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer, which attacked Massie for reposting what Official Opinion says is an “antisemitic” meme on X. He told Schumer to worry about the Great Replacement invasion at the border, not what Massie says on X.

Here is the entirely reasonable meme:

Immediately, the lynch mob mounted up to ride. 

“Rep. Massie, you’re a sitting Member of Congress,” Israel First patriot Schumer wrote. “This is antisemitic, disgusting, dangerous, and exactly the type of thing I was talking about in my Senate address. Take this down.”

Of course, the head of the Republican Jewish Coalition agreed:

Pro-Zionist, controlled-opposition Breitbart delivered this headline: Rep. Thomas Massie Posts Antisemitic Meme Claiming Congress Chooses ‘Zionism’ over ‘American Patriotism’ [by Joel Pollak, December 5, 2023].

The Jewish Pollak was particularly shrill, worked in the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, then delivered this cheap shot:

Massie has been under attack from pro-Israel groups after voting against funding for Israel, ostensibly on budgetary and foreign policy grounds. He appears to have taken that argument to a completely different place with his antisemitic post.

Still, Massie hasn’t surrendered and returned Schumer’s fire:

“If only you cared half as much about our border as you do my tweets,” he X posted:

He might have said “if only you cared half as much about our border as you do Israel’s.” But let’s not make the perfect the enemy of the good.

As the attacks continued, Massie appeared on Glenn Greenwald’s System Update to explain his view on foreign aid:

“I don’t support foreign aid… We are almost 34 trillion dollars in debt—We can’t afford to help other countries.”

Massie has a good record recently, having voted against last year’s ridiculous federal anti-lynching bill and the even more ridiculous Juneteenth holiday. Massie voted against The Secure Border Act this year, but in his defense, the measure was a weaker version of a bill introduced by Texas Representative Chip Roy.

Still, Massie rightly punched back at Schumer. He should worry about our border, not Massie’s X feed. Or, again, Israel’s border.

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