(Jerusalem Post). Democratic US Rep. Josh Gottheimer (New Jersey, 5th District) claimed hecklers shouted “Jew” and other “antisemitic slurs” at him as he and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo descended to Bergen County, New Jersey to promote the Biden administration’s “Build Back Better” infrastructure bill last September:
In a September 20th speech, the pair were met by roughly 100 hecklers – most of whom, Gottheimer claimed, came from the local chapter of the Working Families Party (WFP) – in Glen Rock, NJ. According to Gottheimer, who spoke about the incident for the first time on December 13th in a speech addressed to the President of Rutgers University in New Jersey, “They were going from store to store protesting and as we were going into the bakery someone from the crowd derisively screamed ‘Jew.”
“Not long ago, I held an event in my district to talk about the benefits of the bipartisan federal infrastructure bill, only to have members of the Working Families Party disrupt the event by screaming ‘Jew’ at me. What has our country come to?” Gottheimer said in his December speech.
The WFP, who endorsed progressive candidate Arati Kreibich in the primary against Gottheimer, refuted Gottheimer’s claim. Kreibich, who was among the protesters at Gottheimer’s speech, was also endorsed by Senator Bernie Sanders and Rep. Ayanna Pressley. “There is no place for antisemitism at WFP, and to be clear, if that ever happened at a WFP event, the person would have been rebuked instantly and asked to leave,” said Sue Altman, WFP’s New Jersey state director.
Raimondo, however, confirmed to The New York Post that she indeed heard the hateful slurs. “Antisemitism is wrong, reprehensible and unacceptable. I join Congressman Gottheimer in condemning these hateful attacks that have absolutely no place in our politics,” Raimondo said. InsiderNJ, which covered the protest at the time, also noted in an overview of the September 20th speech that “verbal insults were hurled at the congressman.”
Gottheimer had originally come to the Rutgers campus to voice his displeasure over a decision by the part-time faculty union at Rutgers to support internationally-recognized terrorist group Hamas during their most recent battles with the State of Israel.
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt praised Gottheimer’s speech, while ADL spokesman Jake Hyman said “Congressman Gottheimer spoke movingly about the threat of anti-Semitism facing students on campus, and we applaud him for highlighting it. If the Congressman says he was the victim of an anti-Semitic remark we take him at his word.”
Jews like Gottheimer float through life oblivious to the fact that non-Jews are very much aware that he is a Jew — and is acting in the best interests of Jewry — and in this case as an embedded asset for Zionist Jews in Israel who want to rebrand any criticism of the ongoing genocide in Palestine as “anti-Semitism.”
And all it takes is just one heckler to shout “Jew!” — and the entire facade of power collapses in an instant.
As Joseph Goebbels once observed,
“The Jew is immunized against all dangers: one may call him a scoundrel, parasite, swindler, profiteer, it all runs off him like water off a raincoat. But call him a Jew and you will be astonished at how he recoils, how injured he is, how he suddenly shrinks back: “I’ve been found out.”
This article conveniently omits the fact that the hecklers were predominantly Blacks — and their Working Families Party — originally the brainchild of two leftist Jews — David Kantor and Joel Rogers — who wanted to corral working class Blacks and Latinos into an organized voting block to promote Far Left Jewish political interests.
It turns out that Jews like Gottheimer have taken for granted that those Blacks and Latinos refuse to stay on their Kosher Plantation™ — but now their former political slaves are rising up against their puppet masters — many of whom have figured out that Jews had a huge role in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.
And so, yes, the term “Jew” indeed becomes a “slur” — a racial insult — when any Jew behaves in any way that validates any of the negative stereotypes or “canards” about Jews.
If it looks like a Jew and walks like a Jew, then it’s a Jew.