An unidentified Capitol Police officer has been suspended after a copy of “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” the blueprint for Jewish world domination, was found near his work area:
The officer, part of the force that was overwhelmed during the Jan. 6 insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, is under investigation “after anti-Semitic reading material was discovered near his work area on Sunday,” according to the Washington Post.
Zach Fisch, chief of staff to Rep. Mondaire Jones, a Democratic congressman from New York, found the document, which was clipped together and tattered, on a table at the Capitol Police security checkpoint Sunday night. He sent a photo of the document to the Washington Post.
“As I left my office in Longworth yesterday, I discovered something that, as a Jew, horrified me,” Fisch tweeted Sunday night. “At the United States Capitol Police security checkpoint, someone had left vile anti-Semitic propaganda in plain sight.”
The Protocols, first published in Russia in the early 20th century, is one of the most widespread anti-Semitic tracts of all time. It alleges a Jewish conspiracy to control the world. It has been published worldwide and was first printed in the United States by Henry Ford.
The Capitol Police have faced scrutiny since a mob of pro-Trump rioters succeeded in overwhelming most of its officers and breaking into the Capitol on Jan. 6, in an attempt to stop Congress from certifying the results of the presidential election. Some officers were seen being friendly with the rioters and encouraging them. One police officer, Brian Sicknick, died due to injuries sustained during the riot. Dozens more were injured.
“This is both a national security problem and a workplace safety problem,” Fisch tweeted. “Our office is full of people — Black, brown, Jewish, queer — who have good reason to fear white supremacists. If the USCP is all that stands between us and the mob we saw on Jan. 6, how can we feel safe?”
Of course authorities shouldn’t ignore the possibility that Zach Fisch himself planted the copy of ‘The Protocols’ at the security check point as part of yet another “hate crime” hoax.
The other possibility is that one of the pro-Trump Capitol Hill “rioters” — or agent provocateurs — dropped this copy of ‘The Protocols’ and the security officer found it — and read it out of curiosity.
And let’s keep in mind that many of the security officers on Capitol Hill are Black — and many Blacks are avid readers of ‘The Protocols’ — so it is disingenuous for Zach Fisch to claim that ‘The Protocols’ appeal only to “White supremacists”.
Blacks in New York City, for example, are fully aware of ‘The Protocols’ and Jewish power — as this classic series of street interviews reveals.
That said, from a Jewish perspective ‘The Protocols’ are indeed a “national security” problem for them — considering that Jews have openly bragged that they indeed “own the whole freaking country” — confirming exactly what ‘The Protocols’ contend.
Jews will always call ‘The Protocols’ a “notorious antisemitic forgery” — but they cannot deny that the contents are, in fact, demonstrably true — every contention of Jewish power in ‘The Protocols’ has been fulfilled — and the Jews know it — they just don’t want you to know it.
Yes, 100 years ago Henry Ford published ‘The Protocols’ for Americans to read — and when asked about the “authenticity” of them, Ford said, “The only statement I care to make about the Protocols is that they fit in with what is going on.”
And now 100 years later, after his son sold out to the Jews, Henry Ford’s original company has a satellite office in Tel Aviv — and every Ford car will have Israeli spyware installed in it — proving once again that he was right.
But don’t take Henry Ford’s word for it — read it for yourself — and become a “national security problem”.