‘What the hell?’ Why did the White House invite anti-Semitic cartoonist Ben Garrison to their social media summit?

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The White House is hosting a social media summit this Thursday, and cartoonist Ben Garrison is among the guests.

If you’re unfamiliar with Garrison’s oeuvre, here’s a sample:

That cartoon was reportedly commissioned from Garrison by alt-right conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich.

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White House spokesman Judd Deere said last month the meeting would “bring together digital leaders for a robust conversation on the opportunities and challenges of today’s online environment.”

We’re dying to know how Garrison’s viciously anti-Semitic “art” will contribute to this “robust conversation.”

Yashar Ali should be ashamed of himself for shining a light on anti-Semitism? Please. Donald Trump’s policy toward Israel has no bearing whatsoever on the fact that the White House is inviting someone like Garrison to be part of their social media “conversation.”

In case you missed it:

So yeah. This is par for the course with Garrison. And apparently the White House is OK with that.

We’ll leave you with this from Spectator columnist and senior Federalist contributor Daniella Greenbaum Davis: