Obama Calls On Americans ‘To Fight The Rise Of Anti-Semitism’ After Synagogue Shooting

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Former President Obama called for Americans “to fight the rise of anti-Semitism” after a shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh left at least 11 people dead and others wounded.

“We grieve for the Americans murdered in Pittsburgh,” Obama said on Twitter Saturday evening. “All of us have to fight the rise of anti-Semitism and hateful rhetoric against those who look, love, or pray differently.”

“And we have to stop making it so easy for those who want to harm the innocent to get their hands on a gun,” the former president added.

 

Read more at The Hill.

{Matzav.com}

8 COMMENTS

  1. The Kenyan dog never mentions the word “Jew” or “Jewish” in his dumb stupid comments. This racist along with his buddy Eric Holder, stoked the flames of racial hatred for 8 years. This is the fruits of their ugly labor.

    • Would you have preferred the former president to support the shooting?!
      I am no Obama fan but I am glad he spoke. Yes, I would prefer him to speak louder, and I would prefer him to less of a hypocrite, but I prefer this unsatisfactory statement to silence (or worse).

      Also, for what is worth, this specific monster does not seem to be a leftist.

      • Give it up. Your goddess, Hillary, lost fair and square. Mueller has absolutely nothing on President Trump. Keep voting for Keith Ellison and Maxine Waters. They’ll bring you to the promised land.

  2. I think while he is huging his good friend Farakan he should make these stupid remarks, it is more appropriate. Can you imagine, this guy was once an occupant of the Oval Office! I was hoping the next thing we would hear from him would be “Alu Akbar” as he blows up.

  3. JUST SHUT UP AND GET OUT OF OUR FACE TOGETHER WITH THE CLINTONS AND ALL THE OTHER DEMOCRATIC DOGS. MAY YOU ALL GET KNOCKED OUT OF POWER FOREVER AND EVER STARTING IN TWO WEEKS.

  4. Did Obama lift his legs and rested them uppon his desk and then leaned back in his cosy armchair when he spoke about “fighting the rise of Anti-semitism”? Did he consult with his good friend Rev. Jeremiah Wright? What did his best pal, Louis Farrakhan, say about the alarming rise of Anti-semitism? Very curious to know…

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