Donald Trump’s media and political strategist Steven K. Bannon has a long history of being a champion for Israel and has hired several Jewish Americans, some orthodox, into senior positions of his organization. So of course CNN and the rest of the Democrat media complex is calling Bannon an antisemite with no facts to back it up that can withstand the most basic cross examination.
Rabbi Dennis Prager and David Horowitz, perhaps the two most prominent Jewish American activists alive today, discuss the hit job being done to Bannon HERE:
By contrast, Cong. Keith Ellison, who has a life history of antisemitism and Jew hating with Louis Farrakhan, CAIR, Muslim Brotherhood etc. is virtually ignored by the Democrat media complex.
Also interesting is the rank hypocrisy coming form the Democrat media as they praised the Iran deal President Obama made and throughout the process Iran was vowing to wipe Israel from the face of the Earth. Apparently abetting genocide isn’t antisemitic enough for them.
Hypocrisy Watch: Networks Pound Bannon, But Ignore Democrat Ellison’s Radicalism
Since Sunday evening, ABC, CBS and NBC (along with a host of other establishment media outlets) have been engaged in a feeding frenzy over Donald Trump’s appointment of Steve Bannon, with reporters relentlessly employing phrases such as “white nationalist,” “white supremacist,” “extremist,” “racist” and “anti-Semitic” to solidify the image of Bannon as a dangerous pick for a top White House position.
But since Friday, those same networks have been blind to the controversies surrounding the top candidate for Democratic National Committee Chairman, Rep. Keith Ellison. Ellison has been accused of ties to the radical Nation of Islam, the Muslim Brotherhood, and once suggested the 9/11 terrorist attacks were akin to the infamous Reichstag fire used to propel Hitler’s Nazi party into absolute power in 1933 Germany.
From Sunday night through Wednesday morning, MRC analysts found the Big Three had already churned out 41 minutes, 46 seconds of coverage devoted to Bannon’s appointment. An analysis finds that nearly three-fourths (74%) of all references to Bannon were negative; the only positive comments viewers heard came from interviews or soundbites with other Trump campaign officials or Republican officeholders.
Reporters threw everything at Bannon, including the kitchen sink. On ABC’s World News Tonight on Monday, correspondent Tom Llamas labeled him “a champion of the alt-right, a conservative movement many say is fueled by racism, sexism and anti-Semitism.” NBC anchor Lester Holt said Trump was “lifting a man with ties to white nationalists into the heart of the White House.”