Pervert Presidential Candidate Buttigieg Promises $1 Billion to Jews to “Fight Anti-Semitism”


Traitor would also forcibly indoctrinate American children with “Holocaust” myth under promised “Never Again Education Act”

INTRODUCTION by Bradford Hanson: The following are excerpts of US presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s statements today to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. All of the statements are Buttigieg’s own, rendered verbatim.

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ADDRESSING anti-Semitism must begin, first and foremost with a president who is committed to opposing bigotry and hate in all its forms and who will forcefully condemn anti-Semitism wherever and whenever it arises. We currently have the opposite — a president who has refused to condemn white nationalists, brought individuals holding anti-Semitic views into his administration, and unapologetically employed anti-Semitic tropes himself.

I recently met with rabbis and other
Jewish leaders in New York City to express my solidarity with the Jewish
community following the recent anti-Semitic attacks there and to
discuss how to combat rising anti-Semitism there and throughout our
nation. What I heard most forcefully from the leaders with whom I met is
the need for leadership that works to reduce fears rather than play to
them. We have a president who exploits divisiveness for his own ends
when we urgently need one who works to elevate discourse and heal
divisions throughout our nation. 

Using the presidency as a platform
for making clear that anti-Semitism and other forms of bigotry and
hatred have no place in our nation or, for that matter, throughout the
world is absolutely crucial, but it is not sufficient. My administration
will combat anti-Semitism using the full range of tools available to
the federal government.

First, my administration will devote
$1 billion to prevent and combat radicalization and violent extremism.
We will empower law enforcement by increasing the FBI’s domestic
counterterrorism field staff and pass federal legislation to expand our
ability to track hate. Additionally, to combat the violent extremism
that continues metastasizing online, we will dedicate federal funding
for technology innovation and training to improve the software tools
that track extremism. 

Second, the central role of education
in addressing anti-Semitism and bigotry must not be understated.
Intolerance springs from ignorance, and an informed citizenry is a
foundation of democracy. Holocaust education is a critical component of
addressing anti-Semitism. I will support the Never Again Education Act,
bipartisan legislation that would authorize new funding for teaching
children about the Holocaust, and I will support legislative efforts to
make sure that this dark chapter in history is part of the history that
is taught in our schools. 

Third, I will support increased
funding for the Department of Homeland Security’s programs that increase
the safety and security of our communities. This includes the Nonprofit
Security Grants Program, which provides houses of worship and other
nonprofit faith-based community institutions, including synagogues,
temples, churches, mosques and Jewish community centers, with grants to
improve their security. 

Fourth, I will direct the Department
of Justice to make prosecuting hate crimes a departmental priority. This
includes actively investigating and prosecuting hate crimes in
violation of federal laws, as well as supporting state and local hate
crimes enforcement, as most violent crime is prosecuted at the state and
local levels. I will support fully funding the landmark Matthew
Shepard, James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act by providing the $5
million that the law authorizes for DOJ to provide “technical,
forensic, prosecutorial or any other form of assistance” to state and
local law officials in investigating and prosecuting hate crimes, as
well as make grants for extraordinary expenses associated with the
investigation or prosecution of a hate crime. And in addition to
enforcing our hate crimes laws, we need to prevent them from occurring
in the first place. I will direct the Justice Department’s Community
Relations Service, which works to strengthen the ability of communities
to prevent and solve conflicts, to prioritize its efforts to combat
anti-Semitism and reduce tensions in communities where anti-Semitic
incidents occur. 

Finally, I will create an interagency
task force that works on combating all forms of bigotry and hate,
including rising anti-Semitism. This task force will coordinate and
leverage the resources of the federal government to address
anti-Semitism domestically. Anti-Semitism is not limited to the U.S., of
course, so I will direct my administration to take steps to ensure that
agencies throughout the federal government, including embassies and
consulates, law enforcement officials who participate in providing
training to their counterparts in other countries, and educational
initiatives to identify how they can best combat anti-Semitism in their

As the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, I had the privilege of leading a wonderfully diverse community that includes South Bend’s strong Jewish community. As in many cities throughout the U.S., Jews who emigrated to America traveled to the cities and towns where they had relatives. South Bend was no exception, and the Jewish community there developed and has played a leading role in virtually every aspect of civic life. I have gotten to know our Jewish community well. There are multiple temples and synagogues, representing the different denominations throughout our city, including Temple Beth-El, which is just a few blocks from our home, and where Chasten and I have enjoyed attending Shabbat services. Close friends, supporters, colleagues and mentors who are Jewish have helped me to learn about the American Jewish experience and the richness of Jewish culture that adds so much to our communities and our country.

I was honored to participate in a Passover seder last year with a Jewish family in New Hampshire. In the course of the observance, I witnessed how it can draw families closer together, as well as be a source of community and tradition that links observers to others around the world, and to past and future generations. It was a moving experience that calls to mind many of the most meaningful elements of the practices in my own religious tradition, and opened my understanding to different ways of upholding faith, culture and values.

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Source: Jewish Telegraphic Agency and National Vanguard correspondents

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