The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect has nothing to do with Anne Frank or Jews. Despite the name. It's a left-wing group run by two New Jersey gay rights activists, Steven Goldstein and David Smith (Smith is not Jewish). Its tactics are those of typical internet trolls. Get attention. Get retweets.
So the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect is constantly jumping on every controversy by putting out a graphic begging for retweets, condemning President Trump, in a hysterical voice with ALL-CAPS.
The media has insisted on pretending that the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect is a Jewish organization, despite its lack of an actual footprint in the Jewish community, because it shamelessly exploits a murdered Jewish girl for left-wing causes, like claiming that Anne Frank would have supported Elizabeth Warren or demanding more Muslims be able to come to America to do to Jews here what they have already done to the Jews of the Middle East and Europe. Decent people would denounce this behavior, but the left is all out of decency.
But above all else, the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect is an internet troll. Which is why it does things like this.
NAUSEATING BEYOND MEASURE. President Trump today is laying a wreath at the grave of racist Andrew Jackson, the slave owner and slave trader who has no business being on the $20 bill. Jackson was evil not only to #AfricanAmerican people, but also to #NativeAmerican people, whom he also persecuted ruthlessly. President Trump is a fan, though. He has put a portrait of Jackson in the Oval Office.
There's the patented ALL-CAPS hysteria associated with Steven Goldstein. And the bizarre and desperate efforts at attention.
Steven Goldstein and the Anne Frank Center for the Mutual Respect still won't condemn anti-Semitism by their left-wing allies on college campuses. But in the hopes of getting a few retweets, they'll take on the urgent issue of denouncing President Andrew Jackson.
Trolls will troll.