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Idaho is one of the top five reddest states in America—for now. The majority of its citizens are rock-ribbed conservatives, pro-life, pro-law-and-order, and devoutly Christian. Voters have chosen Republican presidential candidates every year there since 1952 (with the exception of 1964).

But while the mainstream perception might be that Idaho is immune to the kind of blue-wave transformations we’ve suffered in California, Washington state, and Colorado, on-the-ground reality is shockingly divergent. On a recent trip to Boise, I learned from outspoken GOP Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin that educators overseeing Idaho schoolchildren—and cops sworn to serve and protect all citizens—are promoting the very kind of Southern Poverty Law Center-infused, anti-white, anti-American propaganda that you’d expect in Democrat strongholds.

Here’s the kicker: The toxic Blue-State curriculum infiltrating Idaho is being funded by Woke Joe Biden’s U.S. Justice Department.

“America has stood witness to years of violence, arson, and vandalism committed by left-wing extremists and Marxist radicals who hate our country and despise our values,” Lt. Gov. McGeachin told me. “Despite all of what we’ve seen, Gov. Brad Little’s hand-picked State Board of Education is hosting a ‘2022 Idaho Threat Assessment Conference’ this summer. The conference flyer specifically calls out ‘right-wing extremists’ with no mention of left-wing extremists.” (FYI: Gov. Brad Little is the establishment Republican incumbent since 2018; 7 out of the eight members of the state education board are appointed by the governor.)

Sure enough, a copy of the registration flyer Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin showed me on the June 21-23 education conference at Boise State University is silent on liberal terrorism and violence.

Lt. Gov. McGeachin reached out to the state board of education in a Jan. 31, 2022, letter demanding more answers about the program. Last week, the board denied that conservatives were being singled out this year, despite the conference flyer’s omission of any references to the dominant, violent metastasis of the left-wing Antifa, Black Lives Matter, Abolish ICE, and Defund the Police movements.


Click to read McGeachin’s letter to the State Board of Education
The state board also admitted that “\$6,000 in National Institute of Justice federal grant funds” from the U.S. Justice Department will subsidize the indoctrination session of educators, mental health professionals, and, yes, law enforcement officers—including the Boise Police Department, which is co-sponsoring the event.

Remember: Biden has waged war and lawfare against conservatives from day one of his administration. During the Obama-Biden years, its Department of Homeland Security manufactured a panic over “right-wing extremism” as peaceful grass-roots Tea Party activism had started spreading across the nation.

That seminal 2009 report drew heavily on anti-conservative smears generated by the panic-profiteering Southern Poverty Law Center (the very same character assassination outfit working with the likes of Airbnb to ban peaceful, law-abiding America First citizens like me and my family).

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Last summer, weaponizing the Jan. 6 Capitol rally, Biden and the DOJ unveiled a new campaign to crack down harder on “anti-government” conservatives and treat them as domestic terrorists worse than jihadists or serial killers. Last October, you’ll call, as the parental revolt against critical race theory gained steam and citizens exercised their First Amendment rights to protest at school boards, vengeful U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced he was enlisting the FBI and U.S. Attorneys nationwide to launch another chilling initiative to tar anti-CRT activists as violence-prone domestic threats. (Don’t forget: Garland’s son-in-law, who runs an educational survey company cataloguing kids’ attitudes about race, is a CRT profiteer whose company recently reaped \$76 million in investments.)

Knowing this historical and political context, it’s rather difficult to take Gov. Little’s Idaho state board seriously when it now claims it will meaningfully address the real extremists who’ve burned down cities, torn down statues, and doxxed investigative journalists and ICE agents in the name of tolerance and diversity. In the wake of McGeachin’s protest, I learned that the “right wing extremism” seminar has now been stealthily re-titled: “Lethal Partisanship: Political Extremism and Violence.”

But lecturer Philip Sargoza’s primary professional focus is, you guessed it, right-wing Christians. gun-owners, anti-COVID activists, and immigration restrictionists.

“The reason this kind of conference can take place even in a deep red state like Idaho,” Lt. Gov. McGeachin told me, “is because our current governor has compromised our conservative principles and allowed the radical left to make inroads.” Gov. Little—an ardent supporter of open-borders refugee resettlement that is demographically and electorally transforming Idaho—is deep in Big Business’ hip pocket. McGeachin, a longtime populist activist, former state legislator, and small businesswoman, leads a crowded field challenging Little ahead of the May gubernatorial primary.

She’s got guts. McGeachin has taken unapologetic a

ction against Gov. Little and state GOP elites repeatedly for their routine capitulation on education policy, medical freedom, and law and order.

She convened a task force against CRT while others sat on their hands. She joined citizens burning masks last spring while Gov. Little went AWOL and issued executive orders against mask and vaccine mandates while he traveled out-of-state. She is now taking on homeless camps manned by leftist professional agitators who plague the capitol grounds while the governor diddles around.

Janice McGeachin is the kind of defiant GOP leader we need and I wholeheartedly endorse (along with Donald Trump). Empty-suit surrenderists won’t keep Idaho and America free, safe, and great. Bold, uncontrolled, and unafraid fighters on the frontlines will.

 
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  1. Thank you kindly Mrs. Malkin for this morning’s “ocular descaling procedure” or making the sturdy yeomen and honest burghers of the land aware that there is in this day and age – in post Christian America – no “safe space”. What must be had to survive in these wilds is the same commitment that those on the Mayflower landing at Pkymouth Rock had fully four centuries ago now. Unlike all other European migrants landing in the western hemisphere – from Jamestown to the Rio de la Plata – they sought God not gold. In this country today, even I fear for most of your readership, that commitment is a terribly alien prospect. He wants, not a convenient corner in our hearts, but rather our ALL.

    I should not at all be surprised by your observations about the moral cancer now on the verge of metastasis in Idaho. Even several years ago in a lunchtime stop in Grand Junction – two hours drive west of Denver – it was apparent that the ethos of post-Christian America was well rooted there. Had to finally admit then the profound change in the pan-national moral reality.

    Very glad that with your keen nose for fundamentals and incredible energy to match, you not only make known this state of affairs but also introduce the current Lieutenant-Governor there to a national audience. May she prosper!

  2. The Lt Gov’s name is McGeachin

  3. Just a quick O/T question here, since it was brought up, after all:

    Voters have chosen Republican presidential candidates every year there since 1952 (with the exception of 1964).

    WTH?! That’s the election in which it would have meant the most.*

    .

    * No, not electorally, but principle-wise. Of course that would not have changed the result of the election, with Idaho having its 4 Electoral votes. Still, 51-49%, when it should have been a blow out for my man AuH2O.

  4. It’s great to see Janice McEachin fighting the Commie Establishment, but not much will change until the people of Idaho and other States shake off their cowardice and stand up. Right now, I don’t see much of it where I live either. What’s it going to take?

    • Agree: Adam Smith
    • Replies: @Fr. John
    @Achmed E. Newman

    "What’s it going to take?"

    A trucker convoy around Boise?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  5. Stay free Idaho! From a neighbor Montanan. We have something beautiful that’s worth fighting for. Our families, our friends, our land and our freedom.

    • Replies: @JR Foley
    @brostoevsky

    As Portland and Seattle have slid down to skid row ---so shall Idaho collapse--perhaps overnight.

  6. A typical Michelle Malkin hit piece. There is nothing wrong with Republican Brad Little the current governor. He has been involved in Republican politics for years. He cut his teeth running a local school foundation and the University of Idaho foundation. He cut taxes, opposes abortion, opposes transgender rights, opposes marijuana legalization, opposes gun control. He is a law an order governor type. He ran the family’s ranch business for years until his son took over. His main focus has been to protect and expand Idaho business and to increase opportunity for family businesses (like his own families ranch).

    There is zero Ms Malkin can complain about except that the current lieutenant governor, who disagrees with the Governor, wants the job. The “disagreements” are made up from thin air.

    As usual, however, Ms Malking omits all of the crucial facts from her discussion. Instead, she breathlessly presents documents which are immaterial to the governance of Idaho.

    What is most amazing about the hit piece, Malkin gets the Lieutenant governor’s name wrong. Malkin calls her “McEachin.” The woman’s name is actually Janice McGeachin.” If you are going to write about someone, it helps to spell their name correctly. At least pretend you know them.

    • Troll: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Harry Huntington
    @Harry Huntington

    I note that after I commented on the misspelling in the upstart Lieutenant Governor's name Ms Malkin went back and edited the column. Of course no where is there an indication that the column was edited.

    Replies: @Benny

  7. Californians are flooding into Idaho and will outnumber the native born in a decade. They will bring many bad ideas from home with most not realizing they destroyed their home state. Fires will rage after the state stops controlled burns, the removal of dead trees, and fire breaks because those are unnatural.

  8. Since the GOP represents NOTHING. Why bother voting?

  9. Idaho needn’t vote. The GOP represents nothing.

  10. I don’t care what State you are in. You have to get the kids OUT of government schools. They are better of ignorant than stolen by these Communists.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  11. Poorest people I’ve ever seen lived outside Boise. That includes provincial Russia. It was a trailer camp to the North on the way to McCall. Mostly Native Americans as far as I could tell.

  12. The Mayor of Boise is a Jewish woman born in Boston,very progressive. Likes importing refugees from places like Somalia and Asia.

    • Agree: johnnyuinta
    • Replies: @KenH
    @republic


    The Mayor of Boise is a Jewish woman born in Boston
     
    I seem to recall that Boise used to be Republican until swarms of Californians began migrating there along with some people from the Northeast like the current Jewess Mayor. Not Boise is sort of a homosexual Mecca of the Mountain West.

    Replies: @Johnny Smoggins

  13. None of this would be possible without the support of the local cops.

    Daily reminder – the police serve BLM, not you.

  14. @Harry Huntington
    A typical Michelle Malkin hit piece. There is nothing wrong with Republican Brad Little the current governor. He has been involved in Republican politics for years. He cut his teeth running a local school foundation and the University of Idaho foundation. He cut taxes, opposes abortion, opposes transgender rights, opposes marijuana legalization, opposes gun control. He is a law an order governor type. He ran the family's ranch business for years until his son took over. His main focus has been to protect and expand Idaho business and to increase opportunity for family businesses (like his own families ranch).

    There is zero Ms Malkin can complain about except that the current lieutenant governor, who disagrees with the Governor, wants the job. The "disagreements" are made up from thin air.

    As usual, however, Ms Malking omits all of the crucial facts from her discussion. Instead, she breathlessly presents documents which are immaterial to the governance of Idaho.

    What is most amazing about the hit piece, Malkin gets the Lieutenant governor's name wrong. Malkin calls her "McEachin." The woman's name is actually Janice McGeachin." If you are going to write about someone, it helps to spell their name correctly. At least pretend you know them.

    Replies: @Harry Huntington

    I note that after I commented on the misspelling in the upstart Lieutenant Governor’s name Ms Malkin went back and edited the column. Of course no where is there an indication that the column was edited.

    • Replies: @Benny
    @Harry Huntington

    Greetings Mr. Huntington, my name is Benito González García Jr. I read your comment on immigration to Michelle Malkin about why can't other immigrants can't follow the same path of legalization to the U.S. as Michelle's Filipino parents. You mentioned my Mexican nationality in your comment.

    Sir, may I please know what is your honest general opinion regarding México, Mexicans and Mexican culture both good or bad? I'm just curious thank you.

    Respectfully,
    Benito González García

    Replies: @Harry Huntington

  15. @republic
    The Mayor of Boise is a Jewish woman born in Boston,very progressive. Likes importing refugees from places like Somalia and Asia.

    Replies: @KenH

    The Mayor of Boise is a Jewish woman born in Boston

    I seem to recall that Boise used to be Republican until swarms of Californians began migrating there along with some people from the Northeast like the current Jewess Mayor. Not Boise is sort of a homosexual Mecca of the Mountain West.

    • Agree: republic
    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
    @KenH

    One of the first acts of the new, Jewish, female mayor of Mexico City was to make school uniforms "gender neutral" by replacing the skirts girls wore with pants.

    These people are absolute poison and should never be allowed anywhere near politics regardless of political affiliation.

    Replies: @KenH

  16. really shocked Malkin supports the orange monkey, does she approve of Jared’s policies? the criminal justice reform led to the release of criminals, as explained by Coulter, and Trump was scared to do anything about the BLM insurrection. He was scared of his own generals who bullied him all the time. The monkey just boasted about taking a booster shot. If Jared tells him to impose lockdowns and mandate 4 shots, he will do it.

  17. Question for Michelle or anyone else who knows. So what’s going on with the Greater Idaho movement, which seeks to add parts of Washington State and parts of Oregon state areas to Idaho, by citizens who are said to be sick and tired of the blue state policies in the remaining parts of their states? They want to be part of a larger and more solid red state Idaho.

  18. I don’t know anything about ID politicians, except that they suck; like politicians everywhere. [ID] politicians are in business to help themselves, not their constituents.

    I’m pessimistic about ID because lots of Californians have moved up there. Yes, a good percentage of them will bring their Big Gov voting habits with them. But the state is doomed by legacy IDs who will vote YEA on all sorts of big ticket bonds “sold” as being necessary to handle the population influx. For instance, new ERs, courthouses (judges!) and, especially, schools.

    The scheming politicians will want to give out “jobs” (PERS!) to their friends. ID already imposes income and sales taxes. There’s little to prevent the Republicrats from pushing rates higher.

  19. That’s easy, Michelle. Team Shlomo will ensure that Idaho has enough dibersity via illegal immigration to tikkun olam things into a state of perfection.

    • Replies: @Change that Matters
    @Hans

    Michelle benefited from Team Shlomo. She married Team Shlomo. She's on Team Shlomo.

    Replies: @Clark Kent

  20. @Hans
    That's easy, Michelle. Team Shlomo will ensure that Idaho has enough dibersity via illegal immigration to tikkun olam things into a state of perfection.

    Replies: @Change that Matters

    Michelle benefited from Team Shlomo. She married Team Shlomo. She’s on Team Shlomo.

    • Agree: Pierre de Craon
    • Replies: @Clark Kent
    @Change that Matters

    Google Jesse Malkin, Michelle's husband. He's identified as a Christian, Roman Catholic, like Michelle. I will not hesitate to call a jew a jew, but that's not the case, here.

    Replies: @Pierre de Craon

  21. @Harry Huntington
    @Harry Huntington

    I note that after I commented on the misspelling in the upstart Lieutenant Governor's name Ms Malkin went back and edited the column. Of course no where is there an indication that the column was edited.

    Replies: @Benny

    Greetings Mr. Huntington, my name is Benito González García Jr. I read your comment on immigration to Michelle Malkin about why can’t other immigrants can’t follow the same path of legalization to the U.S. as Michelle’s Filipino parents. You mentioned my Mexican nationality in your comment.

    Sir, may I please know what is your honest general opinion regarding México, Mexicans and Mexican culture both good or bad? I’m just curious thank you.

    Respectfully,
    Benito González García

    • Replies: @Harry Huntington
    @Benny

    To be fair, I avoid generalization unless I have made it a point to study something. My connections to Mexico and things Mexican has been with people I have met in this country who are from Mexico or whose parents are from Mexico. When I was a little kid in South Holland, Illinois, South Holland was still known as the onion set capital of the world and much of the labor done in the onion fields was performed by Mexican migrant labor. Typically the children would spend a few months in South Holland schools until they went back south, typically to Mexico, for the winter. We had two brothers in my Second and Third grade classes each fall--they were wonderful kids and pretty good students. For a long time I dated a woman whose parents were born in Mexico. We met because we both were looking for a different church in Chicago. She had been raised Roman Catholic but was complaining that the Catholic Church was not "bible based" enough for her. Again, a wonderful person, great Christian. She moved to California because she had an opportunity to work for a church. We still stay in touch. I am still in touch with her and with some of her Mexican friends she introduced me to. I am not sure what to say beyond great people, hard working, strong in their faith.

  22. They’re Idaho bound —-first: a couple of homeless camps will soon be transferred from California and set up in Boise Idaho and the communists are in Moscow (Idaho) Bob Jim and the Orange monkey realtor with the Big Apple touch will be 84 next election and rule USA from a Nursing home.

  23. @Change that Matters
    @Hans

    Michelle benefited from Team Shlomo. She married Team Shlomo. She's on Team Shlomo.

    Replies: @Clark Kent

    Google Jesse Malkin, Michelle’s husband. He’s identified as a Christian, Roman Catholic, like Michelle. I will not hesitate to call a jew a jew, but that’s not the case, here.

    • Replies: @Pierre de Craon
    @Clark Kent

    The following is lifted verbatim from today's version of the Michelle Malkin article in the World Jewish Orwellian Encyclopedia (aka Wikipedia).


    In 2019, Malkin joined far-right commentator Gavin McInnes for a Facebook Live event to promote her book, and agreed with him when he claimed that Soros was "not a Holocaust survivor" but a "Holocaust facilitator". Malkin has denied accusations of anti-semitism, saying that she is "the proud wife of a grandson of Ukrainian Jews who came to this country to escape pogroms [and is] a proud supporter of Israel, but more importantly, a proud supporter of American sovereignty." At the 2020 America First Political Action Conference, Malkin said it was "not anti-semitic" to question "whatever the precise number of people is who perished in World War II."
     
    Even after discounting the standard Jewish hyperbole and outright lying about "anti-Semitism" and "far-right" opinions and activities, there are several very telling things that one can reasonably take away from this passage.

    (1) Whatever Jesse Malkin's total ethnic makeup and present religious affiliation may be, he is at least half Jewish and has given no indication that he disowns the significance of his ethnicity.

    (2) Michelle thinks that pandering to Jews is important enough for her to point with pride to the fact that she married the grandson of Jews.

    (3) The reference to "pogroms" indicates Michelle's willingness to play along with standard egomaniacal Jewish claims that nobody else's suffering is even remotely comparable to Jewish suffering and that all Jewish suffering, even an ingrown toenail, is invariably someone else's fault.

    (4) Michelle calls herself "a proud supporter of Israel."

    Number (4) is by far the most significant. Any woman who is a proud supporter of any foreign state, least of all a foreign state whose interests are wholly at odds with those of the United States and whose espionage activities against the United States are a perennial problem for this country's counterintelligence agencies,* should not be granted the ipso facto assumption that she is also somehow a loyal American. Note especially that Michelle does not even characterize herself as an American—only as "a proud supporter of American sovereignty." How proud, I wonder, is her support of Andaman Island sovereignty?

    In common with millions upon millions of others, living and dead, Michelle Malkin plainly wants to have her cake and eat it, too. Note that the Wikipedian Jews aren't buying it, and neither should we. No one who thinks that being a proud supporter of Israel is OK should be trusted, when the chips are down, to side with Us against Them.

    The bottom line is that Michelle Malkin may not be on Team Shlomo's starting eleven, but she's up there in the stands with her binoculars, and she's reporting what she sees to Shlomo himself.
    ______________
    *Nowadays, of course, US counterintelligence agencies are doubly burdened, since so much of their time and manpower BIPOC-LGBTQ+ power is taken up in full-time surveillance of the 70 percent of the white population that didn't vote for Biden.

  24. @Benny
    @Harry Huntington

    Greetings Mr. Huntington, my name is Benito González García Jr. I read your comment on immigration to Michelle Malkin about why can't other immigrants can't follow the same path of legalization to the U.S. as Michelle's Filipino parents. You mentioned my Mexican nationality in your comment.

    Sir, may I please know what is your honest general opinion regarding México, Mexicans and Mexican culture both good or bad? I'm just curious thank you.

    Respectfully,
    Benito González García

    Replies: @Harry Huntington

    To be fair, I avoid generalization unless I have made it a point to study something. My connections to Mexico and things Mexican has been with people I have met in this country who are from Mexico or whose parents are from Mexico. When I was a little kid in South Holland, Illinois, South Holland was still known as the onion set capital of the world and much of the labor done in the onion fields was performed by Mexican migrant labor. Typically the children would spend a few months in South Holland schools until they went back south, typically to Mexico, for the winter. We had two brothers in my Second and Third grade classes each fall–they were wonderful kids and pretty good students. For a long time I dated a woman whose parents were born in Mexico. We met because we both were looking for a different church in Chicago. She had been raised Roman Catholic but was complaining that the Catholic Church was not “bible based” enough for her. Again, a wonderful person, great Christian. She moved to California because she had an opportunity to work for a church. We still stay in touch. I am still in touch with her and with some of her Mexican friends she introduced me to. I am not sure what to say beyond great people, hard working, strong in their faith.

  25. Idaho was doomed ever since this, but the ‘64 election thingy was an eye opener…

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  26. @KenH
    @republic


    The Mayor of Boise is a Jewish woman born in Boston
     
    I seem to recall that Boise used to be Republican until swarms of Californians began migrating there along with some people from the Northeast like the current Jewess Mayor. Not Boise is sort of a homosexual Mecca of the Mountain West.

    Replies: @Johnny Smoggins

    One of the first acts of the new, Jewish, female mayor of Mexico City was to make school uniforms “gender neutral” by replacing the skirts girls wore with pants.

    These people are absolute poison and should never be allowed anywhere near politics regardless of political affiliation.

    • Replies: @KenH
    @Johnny Smoggins

    Yes, Jews should be barred from seeking any kind of political office as well as be forced to pay such crushing taxes that they can never amass wealth which they use to buyoff corrupt non-Jewish politicians and, own media and corrupt the culture.

  27. These people are absolute poison and should never be allowed anywhere near politics regardless of political affiliation.

    Too late. They are now omnipotent. Only 100% destruction by nuclear weapons fixes it. Unfortunately all others will be dead too.

  28. @Johnny Smoggins
    @KenH

    One of the first acts of the new, Jewish, female mayor of Mexico City was to make school uniforms "gender neutral" by replacing the skirts girls wore with pants.

    These people are absolute poison and should never be allowed anywhere near politics regardless of political affiliation.

    Replies: @KenH

    Yes, Jews should be barred from seeking any kind of political office as well as be forced to pay such crushing taxes that they can never amass wealth which they use to buyoff corrupt non-Jewish politicians and, own media and corrupt the culture.

    • Agree: Fr. John
  29. @Achmed E. Newman
    It's great to see Janice McEachin fighting the Commie Establishment, but not much will change until the people of Idaho and other States shake off their cowardice and stand up. Right now, I don't see much of it where I live either. What's it going to take?

    Replies: @Fr. John

    “What’s it going to take?”

    A trucker convoy around Boise?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Fr. John

    Yes, but I was thinking of the bigger picture, Friar. Further east by about 2,200 miles ... armed citizens aboard.

  30. @Fr. John
    @Achmed E. Newman

    "What’s it going to take?"

    A trucker convoy around Boise?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Yes, but I was thinking of the bigger picture, Friar. Further east by about 2,200 miles … armed citizens aboard.

  31. English-speaking conservatism is just classical liberalism, and liberalism is the enemy. English-speaking conservatism stands for nothing.

    I’m surprised Ms. Malkin doesn’t know this.

  32. @brostoevsky
    Stay free Idaho! From a neighbor Montanan. We have something beautiful that's worth fighting for. Our families, our friends, our land and our freedom.

    Replies: @JR Foley

    As Portland and Seattle have slid down to skid row —so shall Idaho collapse–perhaps overnight.

  33. Why is M. Malkin making this pitch? I suspect it’s because she is a shrewd Businesswoman who has a lot of money and wants more.

    The current Governor of Idaho is a standard/ordinary/routine rightwingnut, but McGeachin is both batshit crazy and power-hungry. Naturally that got the new girl the endorsement of the Serial Document Mutilator.

    Obviously piles of outside money are going to be rolling into Idaho, and Michelle clearly plans to try for a piece of that action.

    If she can get the crazy woman into the top Idaho job, no telling what other Campaign Gigs will be coming down the road.

    \$\$\$\$\$\$!

    • Troll: Achmed E. Newman
  34. @Clark Kent
    @Change that Matters

    Google Jesse Malkin, Michelle's husband. He's identified as a Christian, Roman Catholic, like Michelle. I will not hesitate to call a jew a jew, but that's not the case, here.

    Replies: @Pierre de Craon

    The following is lifted verbatim from today’s version of the Michelle Malkin article in the World Jewish Orwellian Encyclopedia (aka Wikipedia).

    In 2019, Malkin joined far-right commentator Gavin McInnes for a Facebook Live event to promote her book, and agreed with him when he claimed that Soros was “not a Holocaust survivor” but a “Holocaust facilitator”. Malkin has denied accusations of anti-semitism, saying that she is “the proud wife of a grandson of Ukrainian Jews who came to this country to escape pogroms [and is] a proud supporter of Israel, but more importantly, a proud supporter of American sovereignty.” At the 2020 America First Political Action Conference, Malkin said it was “not anti-semitic” to question “whatever the precise number of people is who perished in World War II.”

    Even after discounting the standard Jewish hyperbole and outright lying about “anti-Semitism” and “far-right” opinions and activities, there are several very telling things that one can reasonably take away from this passage.

    (1) Whatever Jesse Malkin’s total ethnic makeup and present religious affiliation may be, he is at least half Jewish and has given no indication that he disowns the significance of his ethnicity.

    (2) Michelle thinks that pandering to Jews is important enough for her to point with pride to the fact that she married the grandson of Jews.

    (3) The reference to “pogroms” indicates Michelle’s willingness to play along with standard egomaniacal Jewish claims that nobody else’s suffering is even remotely comparable to Jewish suffering and that all Jewish suffering, even an ingrown toenail, is invariably someone else’s fault.

    (4) Michelle calls herself “a proud supporter of Israel.”

    Number (4) is by far the most significant. Any woman who is a proud supporter of any foreign state, least of all a foreign state whose interests are wholly at odds with those of the United States and whose espionage activities against the United States are a perennial problem for this country’s counterintelligence agencies,* should not be granted the ipso facto assumption that she is also somehow a loyal American. Note especially that Michelle does not even characterize herself as an American—only as “a proud supporter of American sovereignty.” How proud, I wonder, is her support of Andaman Island sovereignty?

    In common with millions upon millions of others, living and dead, Michelle Malkin plainly wants to have her cake and eat it, too. Note that the Wikipedian Jews aren’t buying it, and neither should we. No one who thinks that being a proud supporter of Israel is OK should be trusted, when the chips are down, to side with Us against Them.

    The bottom line is that Michelle Malkin may not be on Team Shlomo’s starting eleven, but she’s up there in the stands with her binoculars, and she’s reporting what she sees to Shlomo himself.
    ______________
    *Nowadays, of course, US counterintelligence agencies are doubly burdened, since so much of their time and manpower BIPOC-LGBTQ+ power is taken up in full-time surveillance of the 70 percent of the white population that didn’t vote for Biden.

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