After Barack Obama was caught posing with Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the racist Nation of Islam hate group, after Keith Ellison, after Women’s March leaders Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour (currently with the Bernie Sanders campaign) were caught cheering Farrakhan, each time the media made the argument that Farrakhan’s anti-Semitism was inconsequential because even though he praised Hitler, it didn’t lead to violence.
Now it turns out that the Jersey City Kosher market gunman was a fan of Farrakhan and obsessively played recordings of his ravings.
Mr. Anderson repeatedly played audio recordings of a man the neighbor believed to be Louis Farrakhan, and sounded like he himself was growing agitated. He shouted bible verses and then chanted out his interpretations of what they meant.
The neighbor said the most common theme was that Mr. Anderson’s religion was the only true faith while others — specifically Catholicism and Judaism — were false.
He soon heard Ms. Graham join in the chanting and said she sounded “coerced.”
Mayor Fulop said on Wednesday that surveillance footage revealed that after the two assailants shot Detective Seals in an encounter at a cemetery, they drove slowly and deliberately to the kosher market, roughly a mile away.
“The perpetrators stopped in front of there and calmly opened the door with two long rifles,” he said.
Mr. Fulop and Jersey City’s public safety director, James Shea, said that after the attackers left the van, they walked past others on the street and aimed at people inside the kosher supermarket.
After this, the defense that Farrakhan’s anti-Semitism is harmless because of the “power dynamics” should be dead. Utterly dead.
And the Congressional Black Caucus members and Women’s March leaders and other activist figures, including a current Elizabeth Warren endorsee, should be challenged on their links to murderous radical anti-Semitism.