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While Thousands Packed into Times Square for Anti-Trump Celebrations, Brooklyn Jewish Shop Owner Harassed For Preparing Craft Kits

While Thousands Packed into Times Square for Anti-Trump Celebrations, Brooklyn Jewish Shop Owner Harassed For Preparing Craft Kits

But sure, that’s fair, right? 

While people packed Times Square to celebrate the media-declared Biden victory (our stance on that here), Jewish shop owners were dealing with complaints for preparing craft kits to sell for the upcoming holiday in violation of COVID lockdowns. But sure, that’s fair, right?

Watch:

Meanwhile:

I won’t suppose that Jewish owned businesses are intentionally being singled out. I WILL ensure everyone is aware of the double-standard here and ask, “why?”

At least someone is working to address what is a literal miscarriage of “justice.”

 

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Does any of this reach the depriving of rights under the color of law?

A good reason to board up your shop windows and cover up any places light could leak through after dark. Then (hopefully) enter and exit through a side entrance or back door once the “super-spreader”anti-Trump event quiets down. The grinches would never suspect a thing!

Christians are commanded not to hate others. We are admonished to love our enemies and pray for them.

But these anti-religious bigots in elected office with their selective totalitarian persecution of minorities are working extremely hard to be objects of hate and unworthy of my prayers.

Lord help me….

1970: Religious Jews can practice their religion freely in NYC while in Moscow, they get harassed for it by a zealous leftist regime.

2020: Religious Jews can practice their religion freely in Moscow while in NYC, they het harassed for it by a zealous leftist regime.

Oh just thousands

We’re they in their 6 foot circles?

2smartforlibs | November 9, 2020 at 6:20 pm

Guess you didn’t hear. The same knuckle draggers that said BUYden won said Wuhan flu was over.

Colonel Travis | November 9, 2020 at 6:35 pm

What’s happening in America is something I never thought I’d live to see. It is absolutely frightening. The cherry on top is half the country doesn’t care.

    The rot is deep, very very deep, and worldwide. The curative process isn’t easy. But it’s better to know about the disease than for it to be able to hide.

Somebody should be taking down their names and looking up their addresses so they can be harassed later. Sauce for the goose.

I think the old WW2 alliances are still intact.

Congratulating Biden: Germany, Japan (the axis) England (was a US ally but after dethroning Edward VIII who was pro-Nazi), Norway (Quisling), France (Vichy).

Not congratulating Biden: Russia, China. We may not get along with them, Trump has been very hard on them, but they were WW2 allies that never bent an inch toward allying with the Nazis. Well there was the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact but that was totally broken.

    Milhouse in reply to artichoke. | November 10, 2020 at 2:05 am

    The UK was never pro-nazi. Edward 8th’s private sympathies, whatever they may really have been, were and are irrelevant, since he had no say in government policy. Indeed the speculation is that the real reason the government forced him to resign was that it didn’t want a nazi sympathizer on the throne.

    Meanwhile the USSR was a genuine ally of Hitler until he turned on it. That’s a whole lot more relevant than whatever E8R may have felt.

      artichoke in reply to Milhouse. | November 10, 2020 at 8:37 am

      If USSR were a genuine ally of Hitler, they would have sent him petroleum (or even helped him make synthetic rubber) rather than his having to invade to try to capture it.

      artichoke in reply to Milhouse. | November 10, 2020 at 8:42 am

      And Hitler always felt close to the UK, do you think he was totally delusional? He sent Rudolf Hess to try to make an alliance with the government (post-Edward) but that was such a secret that Hess had to be totally silenced for about 50 years until he dropped dead. England is a strange little island.

        Milhouse in reply to artichoke. | November 10, 2020 at 9:48 am

        Yes, as a matter of fact, he was totally delusional. That was ultimately his downfall. He had no need to join Japan’s fight against the USA; after all, Japan had not joined his fight against the USSR. His generals urged him not to. But he was delusional enough to think he could do it.

          artichoke in reply to Milhouse. | November 17, 2020 at 5:31 pm

          Hitler didn’t do much against the USA, apparently there were some u-boats off our shore. But we intervened in Europe and Africa against him. How were his generals urging him not to fight the USA?

          I have a hard time believing that a short ugly guy with not-good-enough painting skills could rise to take over Europe as he did, without having a lot of accurate perceptions.

Zero sympathy – all of these precincts voted for Biden and the Dems. They get what they paid for.

    What the actual ****? What are you talking about? Where are you getting this information? Which precincts are you talking about, anyway?

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