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Joe Biden is being labeled as a terrorist sympathizer by the media until he publicly denounces antisemitism

According to media standards, President Joe Biden is considered a terrorist sympathizer until he personally holds a press conference to condemn antisemitism.

According to the White House press corps, President Joe Biden is considered a terrorist sympathizer until he holds a press conference to condemn antisemitism.

Former President Donald Trump condemned Even though Nazis were condemned from the White House podium, the corporate media still accused him of being associated with the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and being a white supremacist. Biden can use a statement from a deputy press secretary to criticize the weekend anti-Jewish harassment at Columbia University. scenes at Columbia University, which is reminiscent of 1930s Germany. Former President Donald Trump But no one in the press corps questions why he hasn’t directly addressed the nation to denounce antisemitism.

Last week, antisemitic demonstrations led to the cancellation of classes at Columbia University. Columbia University President Nemat “Minouche” Shafik appeared before the House Committee on Education and the Workforce to address the school's commitment to protecting Jewish students amidst heightened antisemitism. appeared Last Monday, classes were canceled at Columbia University after antisemitic demonstrations continued through the weekend. University leaders testified on Capitol Hill regarding the school’s commitment to protecting Jewish students.

During a House hearing, Rep. Suzanne Bonamici, D-Oregon, asked,“Does calling for the genocide of Jews violate Columbia’s code of conduct?” Each representative from the school responded, “Yes, it does.” asked after each representative from the school confirmed that it does.

Some students at the university’s Manhattan campus protested on the same day of the House hearing, chanting “intifada,” which means “revolution” or “uprising.” In the past, intifada “uprisings” have involved Islamic violence against Jews.

White House deputy press secretary Andrew Bates stated, “While every American has the right to peaceful protest, calls for violence and physical intimidation targeting Jewish students and the Jewish community are blatantly and dangerously antisemitic. These actions have no place on any college campus or anywhere in the United States of America.

There were more than 100 demonstrators who were arrested and charged by the New York Police Department (NYPD) prior to the release of the statement by White House deputy press secretary Andrew Bates. On Sunday, a rabbi at Columbia University urged the school’s Jewish students to go home due to unsafe conditions on campus. A Columbia University rabbi urged the school’s Jewish students to go home as the campus conditions were deemed unsafe..

Following the release of the statement by Bates, who is not the principal press secretary, the New York Police Department (NYPD) had arrested and charged over 100 demonstrators. A rabbi at Columbia University advised the school’s Jewish students to return home. arrested Rabbi Elie Buechler urged Jewish students to go home as he felt the conditions on campus were unsafe. He expressed that it should not be the responsibility of Jews to ensure their own safety on campus and that no one should have to endure such hatred, especially at school.

The general White House statement from a lower-level staff member regarding the situation at Columbia University differs significantly from President Trump’s repeated condemnations of neo-Nazi white supremacists over the years. In 2020, Federalist Senior Editor John Davidson highlighted Trump’s history of condemning white supremacy, noting he was pressured to comment whenever David Duke, the former grand wizard of the KKK, made headlines.

Trump faced demands from the press to condemn white supremacy whenever David Duke, the former grand wizard of the KKK, appeared in the news cycle. Despite condemning white supremacy multiple times, the mainstream media continued to imply that Trump hadn’t spoken out enough against it. outlined President Trump was repeatedly asked to denounce white supremacy whenever David Duke, the former grand wizard of the KKK, was in the news. However, the press would suggest that he had not condemned it sufficiently, or that he had equivocated or dodged the issue, despite multiple condemnations from Trump.

President Trump condemned white supremacy on multiple occasions, but the mainstream media persisted in accusing him of being a racist. John Davidson, a Senior Editor at the Federalist, pointed out that no matter how many times Trump spoke out against white supremacy, it was never enough for the media, as their goal wasn’t to get his stance on record, but rather to accuse him of racism.

Last week, Federalist Reporter Jordan Boyd wrote that when protestors in Dearborn, Michigan and New York chanted 'Death to America,' the response from the president and Democrat politicians in Congress was silence.

Despite Trump's repeated condemnation of white supremacy, he continues to be portrayed in headlines as a racist, a white supremacist, and most recently, aChristian nationalist” despite the founders’ adoption of biblical values to form the United States. However, Biden can avoid addressing outbursts of racist violence from supporters he needs to remain in the White House.

According to corporate media, even if Biden does speak out to condemn the ongoing racist violence perpetrated and encouraged by some of his supporters, he would still be labeled as a supporter of terrorism and racist violence.

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