Joy Reid's Blog Promoted Anti-Semitic Conspiracies, Vicious Personal Attacks

We hate to even bother you with this, but there is a problem within the Jewish community with acknowledging that most of today's anti-Semitism is coming - not from the right - although there is some - but from the left. Yes, right-wing extremists, white supremacists, neo-Nazis all hate us. But most of the country hates them, and there are organized attacks whenever they raise their heads.

Not so when it comes to left-wing Jew-hatred. Linda Sarsour, Louis Farrakhan, Tamika Mallory, Keith Ellison, and more, are either ignored or given a pass - from left leaning Jews.

Well, here is another anti-Jewish bigot for progressive Jews to hide their heads in the sand over: Joy Reid.

As reported on The Daily Wire:

Embattled MSNBC host Joy Reid’s now-defunct blog published multiple blog posts that promoted vicious attacks on the McCain family, anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, nasty personal attacks on people, doctored images, and more, according to several newly discovered posts reviewed by The Daily Wire.

Just for fun, let's read some of Joy Reid's posts:

Which country or countries had the strongest motivation to get Saddam out of power in Iraq? I'd say Iran, which is now reaping the benefits of the Iraqi Shia ascendance, dep, and Israel, which has long cherished the notion of getting rid of Saddam in order to further expand its leverage in the region, not to mention removing a known supporter and financier of Palestinian suicide bombers. Add to that the fact that many neocons really do believe that "the road to Mideast peace goes through Baghdad, not Jerusalem..." Removing one of the Palestinians' most vocal and belligerent friends would have been in Israel's strategic interest.

Daniel Greenfield at Frontpage Mag reports this Joy Reid gem:

Iran's pres strikes again Says "move Israel to Europe"


"You believe the Jews were oppressed, why should the Palestinian Muslims have to pay the price? You oppressed them, so give a part of Europe to the Zionist regime so they can establish any government they want. We would support it. So, Germany and Austria, come and give one, two or any number of your provinces to the Zionist regime so they can create a country there... and the problem will be solved at its root."

I hate to admit that Mr. Amadinejad has a point ...

Go ahead, progressive Jews. Excuse her. Ignore these publicly shared examples of Jew-hatred, because . . . because . . . because, well we're sure you'll think of a reason.