Giuliani Goes Off The Rails Attacking Holocaust Survivor, Claims To Be ‘More Of A Jew’
Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani took to Twitter on Tuesday to attack billionaire George Soros by again questioning whether the Holocaust survivor really deserves to be considered Jewish.
One day after claiming in an interview that he’s “more of a Jew” than Soros, Giuliani tweeted that Soros should not be called Jewish because he is not supportive of Israel.
“Soros has funded many enemies to the State of Israel, including groups that support BDS, who’s ultimate goal is to destroy the Jewish homeland,” Giuliani wrote. “Those who oppose these groups are not only better Jews, but better people than him. Most certainly not anti-Semitic.”
Soros has funded many enemies to the State of Israel, including groups that support BDS, who’s ultimate goal is to destroy the Jewish homeland.
Those who oppose these groups are not only better Jews, but better people than him. Most certainly not anti-Semitic.
— Rudy Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) December 24, 2019
Twitter users slammed Giuliani over his comments:
Mayor Guiluani, claiming to have the authority to decide who is “more” Jewish is offensive. Also, George Soros funds honorable charities unlike your client @realDonaldTrump who had to pay $2 million after his charity was SHUT DOWN by New York for cheating. https://t.co/gTQbCPVJHO
— Jennifer Taub 🗽 (@jentaub) December 24, 2019
So I’m only a good jew in your eyes if I’m an unflinching supporter of Israel? That’s textbook anti-semitism.
— Andrew Solender (@AndrewSolender) December 24, 2019
Almost positive that someone who is not Jewish shouldn’t be making judgement calls on who is a good Jew and who is a bad Jew. Especially someone who is using an anti-Semitic trope to do it.
— Sleeping Giants (@slpng_giants) December 24, 2019
Hey, how nice. Look at all the non-Jews on here screaming antisemitic conspiracies now that you've given a place to spread their hate.
Much more numerous than the Jews telling you you're endangering us.
But, of course, you don't care about us.
— Elad Nehorai (@PopChassid) December 24, 2019