PAYTON GENDRON SAID THE WORD JEW AND AS A WHITE SUPREMACIST HIS SAYING JEW IN A WAY HE DID WAS SO SCARY TO THE JEWS THAT IT TRUMPED THE LIIVES OF 10 BLACK PEOPLE GENDRON MASS MURDERED ON MAY 14TH IN BUFFALO NY
EXPLAIN TO ME HOW A WORD AGAINST A JEW IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE LIVES OF BLACK PEOPLE AND GRANDMOTHERS WHO WERE ACTUALLY HUNTED AND THEN KILLED BY PEYTON GENDRON
EXPLAIN TO ME HOW NO BLACK HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES MEMBERS AND WE ARE TALKING TO MR JIM CLYBURN WERE ALLOWED TO SPONSER AND WRITE A HOUSE RESOLUTION TO PROTECT BLACKS LIVES FROM BULLETS WHICH ARE MORE DEADLY THAN WORDS
NOW WHILE ALL THE BLACK PEOPLE IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DIDN'T WRITE ANYTHING TO PROTECT AND PROVE BLACKS LIVES MATTER TO THEM AS BLACK REPRESENTATIVES IN THE HOUSE THEY ALL VOTED FOR THE JEWISH RESOLUTION.
OH I GET IT YOU ALL CAN ONLY VOTE TO SAVE THE JEWS FROM WORDS FROM A BAD MAN EVEN IF THAT SAME BAD MAN KILLED 10 BLACK PEOPLE WHO LOOK LIKE YOURSELVES.
JEFFERIES, PRESSELY, OCASIO CORTEZ, NANCY PELOSI, YOU DON'T CARE ABOUT BLACK PEOPLE IF YOU ALL VOTE TO JUST PROTECT THE JEWS FROM BAD WORDS AND IGNORE PROTECTION FOR BLACK PEOPLE WHO LOST 10 LIVES AT THE HAND OF PETON GENDRON
WHY HAVE YOU ALLOWED THE JEWS TO CORNER THE MARKET ON SYMPATHY AND RESOLUTION WRITING TO ADDRESS DEATH PAIN AND SUFFERING?
NO PEOPLE ON THIS PLANET HAVE SUFFERED MORE THAN BLACK PEOPLE YET WE STILL ARE THE FIRST KILLED AND NEVER GET SPECIFIC PROTECTION.
YOU GIVE SPECIFIC PROTECTION TO THE ASIANS WHEN THE WHITE BOY KILLED 8.
THE GAYS HAVE SPECIFIC PROTECTION
THE JEWS STAY HAVING SPECIFIC PROTECTION.
BLACKS ARE THE ONLY PEOPLE NEVER GIVEN SPECIFIC PROTECTION EVEN THOUGH WE NEED IT THE MOST
OUR OWN GOVERNMENT GIVES QUALIFIED IMMUNITY TO YOUNG WHITES TO KILL US AS LONG AS THEY SAY THE MOST SCARY LAST WORDS A BLACK PERSON WILL EVER HEAR
THESE WORDS ARE SPOKEN BY POLICE WHO LOOK JUST LIKE PEYTON GENDRON WHO YOU HAVE LICENSED TO KILL US AND GET AWAY WITH IT. HERE ARE THE WORDS I AM AFRAID FOR MY LIFE SO IM GOING TO KILL YOU AND TAKE YOURS EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE UNARMED
THESE SAME WHITE POLICE WHO KILL US TREATED PEYTON GENDRON ARMED AND ARMORED TO THE TEETH TO A GENTLE ARREST KNOWING HE HAD A GUN AND HAD KILLED 10 PEOPLE. HOWEVER THEY WERE NOT SCARED FOR THEIR LIVES BECAUSE THE TWO THINGS THEY HAVE IN COMMON IS THEY WERE BOTH WHITES. SO THEY GRANTED PEYOTN GENDRON QUALIFIED IMMUNITY FROM DEATH BY POLICE BULLETS
STILL HOW DOES THIS BLACK TRAGEDY OF MASS MURDER BECOME ADVANTAGEOUS TO THE JEWS IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES?
WELL HERE'S SOME BREAKING NEWS NONE OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC KNEW ABOUT.
IT ALL GOES BACK TO THE 1790 DEAL THE JEWS HAD WITH GEORGE WASHINGTON WHILE WHITE SUPREMACY MANDATED BLACKS BE BROUGHT USED AND KILLED AND WORKED TO DEATH AS SLAVES
HERE BELOW IS THE HOUSE RESOLUTION READ IT AND LEARN. THEY BEEN PUMP FAKING NOBODY STANDS WITH BUFFALO BECAUSE WHITES DO NOT ALLOW ANY ONE TO STAND UP FOR BLACK PEOPLE.
SIDE NOTE JEWS DONT HAVE TO ASK FOR PERMISSION THEY JUST DONT. THIER SUPREMACY IS UNQUESTIONABLY STRONGER THAN THE WASPS.
HERE IS THE SPECIF PROTECTION JEWS GOT AFTER PEYTON GENDRON KILLED 10 BLACK PEOPLE. #ANTIMELANISMISGLOBALBUTHOMEGROWN 117th CONGRESS 2d Session H. RES. 1125 Condemning rising antisemitism. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES May 17, 2022 Ms. Wasserman Schultz (for herself, Mr. Diaz-Balart, Mr. Schneider, and Mr. Zeldin) submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, and in addition to the Committee on Foreign Affairs, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned RESOLUTION Condemning rising antisemitism.
Whereas the Jewish-American experience is a story of faith, fortitude, and progress and is connected to key tenets of American identity;
Whereas generations of Jewish people have come to this Nation fleeing oppression, discrimination, and persecution in search of a better life for themselves and their children;
Whereas these Jewish Americans have created lives for themselves and their families and played indispensable roles in our Nation’s civic and community life, making invaluable contributions to our Nation through their leadership and achievements;
Whereas, on August 21, 1790, President George Washington sent a letter to the Hebrew Congregation of Newport, Rhode Island, expressing that the newly formed United States would be a Nation that “gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance” and that the Jewish people should “dwell in this land [and] continue to merit and enjoy the good will of the other inhabitants … and there shall be none to make him afraid.”;
Whereas we should acknowledge and celebrate the crucial contributions that Jewish Americans have made to our collective struggle for a more just and fair society, leading movements for justice and equality, and working to ensure opportunities for all;
Whereas alongside this narrative of achievement and opportunity, there is also a history, far older than the Nation itself, of racism, bigotry, and other forms of prejudice manifesting in the scourge of antisemitism;
Whereas antisemitism is an insidious form of prejudice stretching back millennia that attacks the humanity of the Jewish people and has led to violence, destruction of lives and communities, and genocide;
Whereas conspiracy theories that Jews are uniquely evil and influential has led to mass killings of Jews throughout time, including the poisonous Nazi ideology that resulted in the murder of 6,000,000 Jews, including 1,500,000 Jewish children, and millions of other victims of the Nazis in Europe;
Whereas over the course of the past decade, Holocaust distortion and denial has grown in intensity;
Whereas a 2020 survey of all 50 States in the United States on Holocaust knowledge among Millennials and Gen Z conducted by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference), found a clear lack of awareness of key historical facts; 63 percent of respondents did not know that 6,000,000 Jews were murdered during the Holocaust and 36 percent thought that “two million or fewer Jews” were killed;
Whereas there is a documented and dangerous rise of antisemitism globally and in the United States, where Jews are increasingly affected by the grotesque spread of misinformation and lies including blame for the spread of COVID–19, false claims including the control of the media and the financial system, accusations of dual loyalty, and a multitude of negative stereotypes;
Whereas the American Jewish Committee (AJC)’s 2021 State of Antisemitism in America report, a survey of American Jews and the general public’s perceptions of antisemitism, revealed 24 percent of American Jews have been personally targeted by antisemitism in the past 12 months, 4 in 10 American Jews changed their behavior at least once out of fear of antisemitism, 90 percent believe antisemitism is a problem in the United States, and 82 percent feel it has increased in the past 5 years;
Whereas, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Jews were the target of 55 percent of all religiously motivated hate crimes in 2020, despite accounting for no more than 2 percent of the United States population;
Whereas the Anti-Defamation League (ADL)’s 2021 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents in the United States recorded 2,717 acts of assault, vandalism, and harassment this past year alone, an average of more than 7 incidents per day; a 34-percent increase from 2020 and the highest year on record since ADL began tracking antisemitic incidents in 1979;
Whereas 525 antisemitic incidents took place at Jewish institutions, an increase of 61 percent from data collected in 2020;
Whereas antisemitic assaults increased by 167 percent in 2021 compared to the previous year and assaults in 2021 were 138 percent higher than the rolling 5-year average of antisemitic assaults;
Whereas there was a substantial surge of antisemitic incidents in the United States in May 2021, 387 incidents were reported, a 141 percent increase in reports of antisemitic incidents compared to May 2020; Jewish individuals were violently attacked in major cities including New York and Los Angeles;
Whereas the use of antisemitic language, conspiracy theories, and hatred has increased on multiple social media platforms—from Facebook and Instagram to Twitter and TikTok—including tropes about Jewish control and messages praising Hitler and demonizing all Jews;
Whereas a recent example of the violent antisemitism took place on Saturday, January 15, 2022, when, during religious services at Congregation Beth Israel, a terrorist held 4 people, including a rabbi, hostage at gunpoint for 11 hours;
Whereas police departments in a number of American cities, including New York and Los Angeles, have said that they are stepping up patrols at synagogues and other locations associated with the Jewish community following the hostage situation;
Whereas there are regular acts of antisemitic vandalism against synagogues and Jewish schools in the United States and numerous nonlethal attacks on American Jews, leaving many Jews feeling increasingly unsafe in public spaces and houses of worship;
Whereas AJC’s 2021 State of Antisemitism in America report revealed 56 percent of respondents’ religious institutions increased security since the Tree of Life synagogue shooting; and
Whereas the rise in antisemitism is part of the larger trend of the rise of hate-filled movements that are targeting marginalized communities here in the United States: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved, That the House of Representatives— (1) calls on elected officials, faith leaders, and civil society leaders to use their bully pulpit to condemn and combat any and all manifestations of antisemitism; (2) calls on elected officials to condemn and combat any and all denials and distortions of the Holocaust and to promote Holocaust and antisemitism education; (3) calls for amplifying and ensuring United States leadership to fight global antisemitism, working with the Department of State’s Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism and intensifying cooperation with international governments and parliaments around the world; (4) works in tandem with the cross-party Inter-Parliamentary Task Force to Combat Online Antisemitism to help craft thoughtful global initiatives designed to address online antisemitism; (5) calls on social media platforms to institute stronger and more significant efforts to measure and address online antisemitism while protecting free speech concerns; (6) takes all possible steps to improve the physical security of Jewish institutions and organizations, including by using existing tools such as increasing funding for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program of the Department of Homeland Security to keep at-risk houses of worship, schools, and community centers safe from terrorist attacks and other forms of antisemitic violence; (7) ensures the safety, security, and dignity of American Jews in all aspects of their lives, including the workplace, college and university campuses, synagogues, and at home; the development of these measures must reflect the full diversity of the Jewish community in its entirety; and (8) supports the right of Americans to freely exercise their religious beliefs and rejects all forms of terror and hate.