But he didn't say anything about watermelons, did he?silverscreenselect wrote: ↑Sat Dec 14, 2019 5:20 amPerhaps you just buy into Trump's notion that Jews are money-obsessed "brutal killers" who have to vote for Trump to avoid a wealth tax. If Trump was talking to a black audience and commented about how they loved their watermelon, you probably wouldn't have a problem with that either.
“Dear @POTUS,” the American Jewish Committee tweeted Sunday afternoon, “Much as we appreciate your unwavering support for Israel, surely there must be a better way to appeal to American Jewish voters, as you just did in Florida, than by money references that feed age-old and ugly stereotypes. Let’s stay off that mine-infested road.” Calling the comments “deeply offensive” and “unconscionable,” the Jewish Democratic Council of America said in a statement, “We strongly denounce these vile and bigoted remarks in which the president—once again—used anti-Semitic stereotypes to characterize Jews as driven by money and insufficiently loyal to Israel. He even had the audacity to suggest that Jews ‘have no choice’ but to support him. American Jews do have a choice, and they’re not choosing President Trump or the Republican Party, which has been complicit in enacting his hateful agenda.”
https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2019/12 ... ic-remarks
He could say anything and you would twist it around in your twisted mind. Just like Schiff did.