• Rick Wiles is a pastor and radio host in Florida, who made these comments in a viral video posted to his website and on YouTube. According to the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Wiles promotes racist and antisemitic conspiracy theories through his media outlet, TruNews, and claims 87,000 Facebook followers and nearly 60,000 on Twitter. One of his recent “godcasts” on YouTube was viewed over 250,000 times. 

  • To coordinate coverage of President Trump’s trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the White House provided press credentials to the usual mix of American news organizations, including Fox News, Reuters and The New York Times.  One media outlet stood out: TruNews, a website aimed at conservative Christians whose founder, a pastor named Rick Wiles, recently described Mr. Trump’s impeachment as “a Jew coup” planned by “a Jewish cabal.”

  • Five employees of TruNews, which is based in Florida, received formal credentials from the White House to cover the president’s trip, Mr. Wiles said in an interview last week from his hotel room in Switzerland — a room in a ski lodge reserved by the Trump administration for traveling members of the American press. (Like other media organizations, TruNews paid for its flights and lodging.) Unfortunately the plane was not sabotaged in time)  

  • White House officials, in this and previous administrations, tend to be flexible in choosing which news organizations receive press credentials: Reporting is a form of free speech and there are no legal restrictions on who can declare themselves a journalist.  But Mr. Wiles’s ability to secure credentials after his anti-Semitic remarks — which prompted a formal rebuke from two members of Congress — has left civil rights groups deeply troubled.
    “It’s a validation of their work,” said Kyle Mantyla, a senior fellow at the progressive group People for the American Way, which has tracked Mr. Wiles’s work. TruNews, he said, “ Sees it as the White House being on their side.”

  • The president took a question from Mr. Szall at a 2018 news conference in Midtown Manhattan. In March 2019, a TruNews correspondent filmed an interview with Donald Trump Jr., the president’s son, after a rally in Michigan. (A spokeswoman for Donald Trump Jr. told The Washington Post that the interview was impromptu and that Mr. Trump was unfamiliar with the site.)   NOT UNCOMMON, MOST SCUMBAGS ARE NOT SMART   

  • TruNews, which Mr. Wiles founded as an online radio program in 1999 called America’s Hope, has a history of spreading conspiracy theories and proclaiming an imminent apocalypse. It drew more scrutiny in November after Mr. Wiles, in an online video, accusedJews of orchestrating Mr. Trump’s impeachment.

  • “That’s the way Jews work,” Mr. Wiles said. “They are deceivers. They plot, they lie, they do whatever they have to do to accomplish their political agenda. This ‘Impeach Trump’ movement is a Jew coup, and the American people better wake up to it really fast.”

Mr. Wiles also warned his listeners that,   “ When Jews take over a country, they kill millions of Christians.”  Not True!

If  Wiless statement is true then he who claims to be a Christian is present he should be the first to die —  

We only kill NAZI’S,  former and present,  in addition to White  Supremacists   He qualifies and is on our hate list   


  • Afterward, Representatives Ted Deutch of Florida and Elaine Luria of Virginia, wrote to the White House asking why TruNews had been allowed to attend presidential events. They did not receive a response.  The White House declined to comment for this article. In the past, the administration has faced lawsuits after revoking press credentials from reporters from CNN and Playboy.

  • On the phone from Switzerland, Mr. Wiles explained how his Davos trip had come about.  “ We’re on a list of media organizations at the White House and from time to time they send out notices that there are events taking place,” Mr. Wiles said, adding that his team had also covered Mr. Trump’s visits to NATO summits and Group of 20 gatherings. He said that he received an email from the White House about the Davos trip and that his request to attend was approved.

  • The team from TruNews — three correspondents and a two-person production crew — stayed at a hotel where the White House had reserved a block of rooms for the use of American journalists. (As with a wedding block, those who used the rooms paid the hotel directly.) Reporters spotted Mr. Wiles at the breakfast buffet at the hotel, the Privà Alpine Lodge.





Patrick Little is an extreme right-wing political figure, who made a 2018 bid for U.S. Senate in California and was denounced by the Republican Party. 

to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Little has denied the Holocaust and sees Adolf Hitler as “the second coming of Christ.” One of his campaign slogans is “ Liberate the US from the Jewish Oligarchy.” 

Little's anti-Semitic policy goals include making it illegal for people of Jewish faith to take office in government, outlawing                       foreign aid to Israel, and changing the U.S. Constitution to make the U.S. an explicitly “ethnically European nation.” 

He also wants to make it illegal for any foundation to raise money for Holocaust education.

During the hearings of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh–who was accused of sexual harassment of
a former classmate–flyers falsely blaming Jews for the assault claims were found on numerous college campuses across the country. 

This flyer depicts Kavanaugh surrounded by prominent Jewish figures, including billionaire George Soros and Senators Dianne Feinstein and Chuck Schumer. 

Stars of David are emblazoned across their foreheads and they are shown rubbing their hands together conspiratorially, in a manner that suggests shared secret knowledge. 

The flyer was created by supporters of the neo-Nazi organization The Daily Stormer, who were in favor of Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court.

According to ADL, the Qatari media frequently demonizes Jews through cartoons that cross the line from legitimate criticism of Israel or its policies into overt antisemitism. This cartoon features a picture of a stereotypical-looking observant Jew driving a car while holding President Obama’s head in one hand like a stick shift and a steering wheel in the other fashioned out of the United Nations’ logo. The image evokes classic antisemitic myths of Jewish control, in this case of the US government and the UN.

In response to a data hack of a large bank, this cartoon depicts a wallet with a bank card and a presumably Jewish man with a balding scalp and hooked nose, hacking away at a laptop. 

In reality, the hacker was a software engineer who was neither Jewish nor an old man. 

This image plays on stereotypes of Jews as cunning, greedy, wicked, and in control of global financial institutions. 

The idea that Jews have large noses or other identifiable features is a myth. Depictions of Jews with distinctively large and hooked noses began in the 12th century as a way to mark them as grotesque and recognizable.

“Jews were responsible for all of this filth and degenerate behavior that Hollywood is putting out, turning men into women and women into

men.... White folks are going down. And Satan is going down. And Farrakhan, by God’s grace, has pulled a cover off of that Satanic Jew, and I’m here to say your time is up, your world is through. You good Jews better separate because the satanic ones will take you to hell with them because that’s where they are headed.”  — MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN, SAVIOUR’S DAY SPEECH, CHICAGO, IL, 02/25/2018

Louis Farrakhan has led the group, Nation of Islam, since 1977. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the group “is based on a fundamentally anti-white theology” and “Farrakhan  is an antisemite who routinely accuses Jews of manipulating the U.S. government and controlling the levers of world power.”

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