‘Wowza’! Oh, so THIS is how Marc Lamont Hill’s been ‘fighting’ anti-Semitism [audio]
Marc Lamont Hill has spent his life fighting anti-Semitism, you guys. Under such deep cover, evidently, that one could very easily mistake his comments for rabid anti-Semitism:
— ElderOfZiyon (@elderofziyon) December 5, 2018
Take a listen to these remarks from this past September:
BREAKING! Marc Lamont Hill faked his “river to the sea” apology. During a 2018 conference, he called for violence against the Jewish State and Israelis. Apology denied! @PJVoice @jewishtimes @JewishPress @floridajewish @jewishexponent @jewishsf pic.twitter.com/1tqecBKxhG
— SJPLeaks (@SJP_Leaks) December 4, 2018
As Elder of Ziyon points out:
The slander that Jews poison the water of non-Jews is a classic antisemitic blood libel that Jew-haters have been pushing since the Black Death of 1348.Hill is not only accusing Jews of poisoning the water but also of deliberately murdering Palestinian children.If a far-right personality would say these things, the Left would be merciless on how this is absolute proof of antisemitism. Guess what? This is bona fide proof of Marc Lamont Hill’s antisemitism.
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) December 5, 2018
NBD, just Marc Lamont Hill accusing Jews of poisoning water because he's just so genuinely concerned with human rights. https://t.co/doPyOmJvRN
— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) December 5, 2018
But let Marc Lamont Hill be clear: He’s not an anti-Semite. No sirree.
I don’t hate Jews; I just hate when they murder innocent children and bake their blood into the matzah.
It’s about policy criticism, not anti-Semitism!
— Dave (@heyyoudvd) December 5, 2018
So instead of one violently antisemitic stereotype, he made two in the same row. And water is still wet.
— 🇮🇱 Yosef Kutner (@ynkutner) December 5, 2018