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Trump's Jewish Son In Law Appears To Be Suffering From Stockholm Syndrome, Defends Antisemitic Tweet

A Jewish Employee Of Donald Trump’s Son-In-Law's newspaper the New York Observer, pens a heartfelt letter.
Trump's Jewish Son In Law Appears To Be Suffering From Stockholm Syndrome, Defends Antisemitic Tweet

For those that aren't aware, Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka, married an Orthodox Jew, converted and has 3 kids, all Jewish. This makes his atrocious, antisemitic meme from this Saturday even worse. Three days later, not a word from either Jared Kushner (the son in law) or his daughter publicly condemning the tiny fingered, Cheeto-faced, ferret wearing shitgibbon's words.

Dana Schwartz, a (hopefully still employed) writer for the New York Observer (the paper owned by Kushner) penned a brutal letter, excoriating him for his utter lack of response to the horrific actions of his father in law.

I could not do the letter justice in a few short quotes, so please read it in its entirety here.

Kushner's lame response:

“My father-in-law is an incredibly loving and tolerant person who has embraced my family and our Judaism since I began dating my wife,” reads the statement. “I know that Donald does not at all subscribe to any racist or anti-semitic thinking. I have personally seen him embrace people of all racial and religious backgrounds. The suggestion that he may be intolerant is not reflective of the Donald Trump I know.”

Stockholm Syndrome is defined as "feelings of trust or affection felt in certain cases of kidnapping or hostage-taking by a victim toward a captor."

Jared, blink twice if he is holding you against your will. We will send someone to save you. No sane Jew would support such a blatantly racist person, even if they are your rich father in law.


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