The More Rabid the Anti-Trump Media Becomes the Easier to Identify Where the Dems are Losing Ground

Elder Patriot – As the mainstream media’s increasingly frenzied attacks on President Trump have shifted into overdrive in the weeks leading up to the midterms, the president began blasting back.

Earlier today we cited the Rasmussen poll that was released yesterday showing that support for President Trump is soaring among black voters.

That Democrat-Marxist movement simply can’t have that.  What is Marxism without an underclass?

Now, the mainstream media is targeting President Trump in an attempt to reign in Jewish voters whose members have also increasingly come to realize that they’ve been abandoned by the Democratic Party.

It would be hard to imagine a more anti-Semitic president than Obama was over his two terms.

His relationships with Reverend Jeremiah Wright, Louis Farrakhan, and Al Sharpton were a thumb in the eye of his Jewish supporters.

But the real damage came from his degrading treatment of Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, his meddling in the Israeli election, his coddling of anti-Israel terror groups, and his markedly pro-Iranian foreign policy – a nation that regularly declared its intentions to wipe Israel off the map of the Middle East.

Regardless, the NY Times that never criticized Obama for any slight of Israel or the American Jewish community during his two terms (rather, they consistently alibied for him,) tore into President Trump yesterday, implying the president is responsible for the rise in anti-Semitism.

“At the same time that Jews were feeling unprecedented acceptance in the United States, the climate was growing increasingly hostile, intensifying in the two years since Donald J. Trump was elected president.”

Absent any supporting evidence, the Times article left readers to make the connection themselves.

The Times conveniently ignores the fact Trump’s daughter, Ivanka converted to Judaism after marrying Jared Kushner, also a Jew.  President Trump holds both close to him as senior advisors.

Trump also made good on the promises of past presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama when he ordered the U.S. embassy in Israel moved to Jerusalem.

Do a simple Duck Duck Go search for “Netanyahu praises Trump” and any number of pro-Israel and pro-Jewish citations are returned in the search results.

The Times makes no effort to balance their article with these facts.  Why?

What are the polls telling them about the Jewish vote that threatens Democrats’ hope of regaining control of the house?