Truth to Power

Hopefully the worst thing you’ll see all day

We are a sick, sick nation. Watch the video, and look at what crawls out of the woodwork. In this case, a woman that for all appearances is your regular suburb soccer mom, shouting “Heil Hitler” to a Jewish man.

Ask yourself…what you would do if you found yourself witnessing this scene?

Woman yells ‘Heil Hitler’ to Jewish man praising Israel’s national health care system

Conservatives have strenuously denied that there is any anti-Semitism on display by anti-health reform protesters at town hall meetings nationwide – despite all the evidence to the contrary. Last week, Las Vegas radio station KDWN AM720 sponsored a “contentious” town hall, emceed by conservative morning show host Heidi Harris. At the event, local news stations were interviewing an Israeli man who was praising the “fantastic” “national health care” in Israel. During his remarks, a woman yelled out, “Heil Hitler!” The man stopped, became visibly upset, and exclaimed, “Did you hear this? She say to a Jew, ‘Heil Hitler’! Hear? I’m a Jew! You’re telling me, ‘Heil Hitler’? Shame of you!” After he angrily confronts her, the woman mocks him by making a crying sound to imply he is a whining baby.


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