For the first time, a U.S. president has issued a statement on IHRD without mentioning Jews or anti-semitism.
Statement by the President on International Holocaust Remembrance Day
What might have been seen as an oversight was confirmed by White House spokeswoman Hope Hicks to have been an intentional decision.
That’s what happens when a bunch of alt right folks take over the White House.
That actually sounds like a leftist thing to do, so I fail to see the connection.
It’s actually a Holocaust denier kind of thing, and most Holocaust deniers are right wingers.
Don’t Holocaust deniers deny the Holocaust? He’s not denying the holocaust; he’s just equalizing everyone who suffered. That sounds overly liberal to me.
lu: Alt right people are notoriously anti semitic, Steve Bannon for example. In fact, the term ‘alt right’ is their own form of political correctness. Many of them have fascist tendencies favor the ‘alt right’ term because it sounds better.
Please note that I’m NOT referring to the right wing in general. In fact, it seems like on each side far side of the political spectrum there’s anti semitism. Anti semitism is not exclusive to one political bent.
It’s not the first time Bush 43 did the same, no one said boo.