A recent interview with Trump’s key Jewish advisor and campaign manager reveals a shocking truth: if you vote for Trump, you are in fact voting for Israel and Jewish supremacy.
By Lasha Darkmoon
October 18, 2020
Trump Presents Netanyahu with a Golden Key
to the White House in a Sickening Ceremony
(See 3-minute video here)
While surfing the internet yesterday, I happened to come across a link to an explosive article by Jackson Richman (October 15) on the Algemeiner website. This featured an interview between the Algemeiner website and Boris Epshteyn (pronounced ‘Epstein’ with a ‘sh’ in it), key strategic advisor for US President Donald Trump’s 2020 election campaign.
Epshteyn is one of President Trump’s key Jewish advisors, the kingpin in his election campaign. He has direct access to the president at all times. He has been the election campaign’s point person for Jewish outreach, through the “Jewish Voices for Trump” coalition, which was set up in September only a few weeks ago. Here the Algemeiner site interviewer talks with Boris Epshteyn by telephone. The interview took place last week (on October 7) and has been edited for brevity and clarity by the site editor itself.
This interview is pure dynamite and I intend to quote from it at great length The original may be read here.
The interview proves conclusively what I have already suspected for some time: that Trump, far from being a “Zionist puppet” as alleged by his harsher critics, myself included, actually supports Israel because he loves it. Deeply and sincerely. There is no coercion here, forcing him into supporting Israel reluctantly and against his will. No pressure, no hint of blackmail—though it is widely suspected that Mossad has the goods on him via the Jeffrey Epstein pedophile scandal.
On the contrary, this is a passionate love affair between an American president and the Jewish people whom he truly adores. Heart and soul. If you, too, happen to share Trump’s infatuation with Israel and the Jewish people, then Trump is your man. Go out and vote for him on November 3, if only for Israel’s sake.
That is the message of this electrifying interview I am about t quote verbatim to you.
“Trump is the most pro-Israel president
in the history of this country. ”
— Boris Epshteyn (below)
The JNS site interviewer begins by asking: “Can you describe your background, especially where you are from and how your identity plays a role in the re-election campaign for US President Donald Trump?”
Boris Epshteyn responds candidly, making no attempt to conceal his impressive Jewish background: “I’m originally from the former Soviet Union,” he tells us. “I came here in 1993 from Moscow. We were Jewish refugees.”
This was the period of the Jewish oligarchs, when predatory Russian Jews in high places were stealing the resources of Mother Russia with the help of their drunken president, Boris Yeltsin.
Boris Epshteyn continues smoothly: “I worked on the John McCain campaign, was a surrogate on the Mitt Romney campaign, then I was a supporter, then a surrogate and then senior advisor overseeing surrogate messaging on the 2016 Trump campaign. I was communications director for the inauguration, assistant communications director at the White House. I was the chief political commentator at Sinclair Broadcast Group, and now I’m the strategic advisor at the Trump campaign, and I’m the co-chair of “Jewish Voices for Trump.”
An impressive CV, to be sure. Mr Epshteyn has much to be proud of. A desperate refugee at one moment, fleeing persecution in his native Russia because of his Jewishness, and in no time at all—hey presto!—he rises to the top of the political totem pole by becoming a panjandrum in the Trump administration. Wonders will never cease.
In terms of my Jewish background, it’s obviously extremely important to me, and I’m proud to be the point person for Jewish outreach for the Trump campaign and make it clear he is the most pro-Israel president in the history of this country. It’s definitely been promises made, promises kept.
Note that well, dear reader. And stop bashing the president for making promises and breaking them! The important thing, according to Trump’s Jewish kingpin in the White House, is that Trump has kept every single promise he has made to Israel. In fact, Trump has given Benjamin Netanyahu everything he asked for, and even more than he probably expected.
If you have any doubts on this score, click on the video linked above and look at the expression on Netanyahu’s face as Trump hands him the Golden Key to the White House. Bibi looks like the cat who has just been given the biggest bowl of cream. He is positively purring with delight.
Mr Epshtyn waxes eloquent on the heroic effort this ultra-Zionist president has made to counter antisemitism and promote Holocaust awareness. “On the international front and domestically, the president has fought antisemitism everywhere and anywhere,” he enthuses. “He’s enabled federal agencies to combat antisemitism as a hate crime. He has fought antisemitism on college campuses, classifying it as a violation of a hate crime under Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. We just saw the first settlement under such auspices between New York University and the US Department of Education. The president also signed the 2017 JUST Act. He also signed the Never Again Education Act, which provides $10 million for education on the Holocaust for our younger generations.”
Trump’s main supporters are America’s White Nationalists. The White Nationalists who throng the Darkmoon site are all excellent fellows, unstinted in their admiration for their charismatic president whom they regard as America’s New Messiah. What they fail to understand however, according to Epshteyn, is that their heroic president does not reciprocate their admiration. Trump, in short, does not love the White Nationalists as much as the White Nationalists love him. In fact, he despises them, and is cynically making use of them.
Let Epshteyn explain:
INTERVIEWER: Why didn’t the president condemn white nationalists during the first presidential debate?
EPSHTEYN: He did.
INTERVIEWER: He said he was willing to, but didn’t actually do so.
EPSHTEYN: You asked, let me answer. When [Fox News anchor and debate moderator] Chris Wallace asked him if he condemns white nationalists, Trump said, “Sure.” And did so repeatedly. However, the question was supposed to be, “Does Joe Biden condemn Antifa?” but that never ended up being asked of Joe Biden. And Joe Biden mentioned the Proud Boys.
The president has come out and condemned the Proud Boys and white nationalists. People on the left attack the president for everything, and many of those in the media try to find some sort of hole somewhere to attack the president, but he’s been absolutely clear in his condemnation of white supremacists, white nationalists, the KKK and the Proud Boys.
Trump has been been “absolutely clear in his condemnation of white supremacists, white nationalists, the KKK and the Proud Boys.”
How anyone can still believe that Trump is secretly a hater of the Jews and plans, in the fullness of time, to pull the rug away from under the feet of international Jewry, simply beggars belief. But this crazy conspiracy theory still rears its ugly head in the unlikeliest places, in particular in my own website. Here a diehard Trump supporter is allowed, in the interests of free speech, to peddle the Alice and Wonderland theory that “Trump is the New Stalin”, Scourge of the Jews! Give him time and you will see! He will turn all the Jews into mincemeat!
Mr Epshteyn has words of kindly advice for this well-meaning and amiable fanatic:
If anybody out there [still] thinks that the president of the United States—he has a Jewish daughter, Jewish grandchildren, Jewish son-in-law, has had Jewish people surrounding him throughout his career in business and now has had Jewish people surrounding him in senior positions in his administration—is anything close to antisemitic, they’re absolutely kidding themselves. All they have to do is look at the facts.
Our amiable Trump fanatic prefers not to look at facts, however, and likes to argue that the Palestinians are experiencing far fewer problems now, under the benevolent and peace-loving Trump, than under the belligerent Obama. One look at this article—Israel builds 12,000 new settlements in 2020—would be enough to convince any reasonable observer that Trump is the bubonic plague to the Palestinians. But logic and reason have no place in the brains of a man bitten by the bug of Trump idolatry.
I will mention here in passing that we have on our website a commenter who is willing to die for the Flat Earth Theory. For crazy old coots like this, anger is the wrong response. The Flat Earth theorists and the Trump Idolators need our compassion and understanding. We need to pray for them, not hate them.
It will come as a shock to the fanatical Trump supporter mentioned above to learn that Jews in increasing numbers are now flocking toward the Trump flag. He won’t like this one little bit, being a hardline antisemite who thinks Trump himself is a crypto-antisemite. “Jewish voters,” Epshteyn informs us, “are [now] moving towards President Trump. I think that’s going to continue.”
The interviewer asks: “What would a second Trump term mean for the Jewish community?”
Epshteyn’s response: “The continued support of Israel is obviously vital to the Jewish community. Continuing to fight against antisemitism is vital for the Jewish community. As long as President Trump is in office, Jewish Americans are safe from the rabid antisemitism of the far-left.”
Trump’s Jewish campaign manager could not possibly make it any clearer than he has already done that the Jewish people and Trump are joined at the hip. The President means to take every step to stamp out antisemitism. If that means the criminalization of Holocaust denial and severe punishment for the egregious crime of criticizing Israel, then so be it. This will have to wait though. It will doubtless be on the agenda if Trump gets a second term, Epshteyn believes.
The interview ends with a fanfare of adulation for Israel:
INTERVIEWER: If he wins a second term, how does the president plan to address growing antisemitism in the United States, not only on the far-left but also on the far-right?
EPSHTEYN: The president has absolutely fought against antisemitism, and that’s what the executive order last year does. It doesn’t just fight antisemitism everywhere, not just the far-left. The president will continue to support the Department of Justice and the federal agencies in fighting antisemitism.
INTERVIEWER: In three sentences: Why should Jewish and pro-Israel voters cast their vote for Trump?
EPSHTEYN: Combating antisemitism. Championing Israel. Making America great again.