The world was in shock after a deranged madman murdered 11 worshippers in a Synagogue.
While most of the world was mourning, the media was finding any way possible to blame the horrible crime on Trump.
But one thing the shooter said before opening fire proves Trump isn’t to blame.
The Media Tries To Link A Horrible Crime To Trump
President Trump is perhaps the most pro-Israel President in history.
To the delight of Jews around the world, he moved the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
For the groundbreaking ceremony, he sent his Jewish son-in-law.
This gesture is a massive move towards a stronger U.S.-Israel relationship.
And it truly cements Trump as a leader who will protect Israel as our strongest ally.
But despite this, as soon as a horrible anti-Semitic attack occurred on Saturday, the media moved to blame Trump.
The shooter stormed into a Pittsburg-area Synagogue, killing 11 people.
Instead of mourning the dead, the left firmly placed the blame on Trump.
They claim his so-called “violent rhetoric” was motivation for the shooter.
But as it turns out, the words of the shooter himself prove that isn’t true.
The Shooter’s Thoughts On Trump
Prior to the shooting, the shooter was an avid user of the social networking website Gab.
Gab is a free speech competitor to Twitter and is known for allowing anything to be posted, besides illegal content.
On the site, he regularly posted his opinions.
He made his anti-Semitic, and neo-Nazi views well known.
The shooter also spent quite a bit of time talking about President Trump.
But he didn’t ever say good things about Trump.
Instead, because of the President being a strong ally to the Jewish community, he only had negative things to say.
“Trump is a globalist, not a nationalist,” the shooter wrote on Gab.
Continuing, he used an anti-Semitic slur to attack Jews, “There is no #MAGA as long as there is a k*** infestation.”
He was also upset with Trump for speaking out against 2017’s deadly white nationalist “Unite The Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
So it is clear that he had nothing good to say about Trump.
President Trump has time and time again gone after people like this deranged madman for being hateful, evil people.
But instead of talking about this, most in the media would rather try to find any way to tie his act of evil to the President.
President Trump Responds
But while the media was bashing Trump, Trump was working to bring America together.
Responding on his social network of choice, Trump made his sympathies known in a tweet, saying:
“All of America is in mourning over the mass murder of Jewish Americans at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. We pray for those who perished and their loved ones, and our hearts go out to the brave police officers who sustained serious injuries.”
Continuing, he spoke on the need to conquer hate, saying:
“This evil Anti-Semitic attack is an assault on humanity. It will take all of us working together to extract the poison of Anti-Semitism from our world. We must unite to conquer hate.”
Trump is also planning to visit the Synagogue, a gesture the Rabbi welcomes.
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