This Trump Supporter Is Blaming Mexicans For His Anti-Semitic Chant Caught On Tape

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As if screaming “Jew-S-A” to a crowd of reporters at a rally isn’t enough, this Trump supporter is now doubling down on his anti-Semitic rhetoric. He wants the world to know that he wasn’t being anti-Semitic, just speaking in the Mexican vernacular. Like, no bro. Just no.

One Trump support went full anti-Semitic during the Phoenix, Ariz. rally chanting “Jew-S-A!”

Yeah. This dude, who has been identified as George Lindell, screamed “Jew-S-A” as the crowd was chanting “USA” because, well, Trump.

Well, to make matters just a little more confusing and unbelievable, the “Jew-S-A” man is blaming his chant on Mexicans.

“I’m around Mexican people all the time,” Lindell told BuzzFeed News. “I speak Spanish a lot. That’s just the way I say it.”

OK, two things: 1) Say that to us in Spanish to see if you’re not lying, and b) he is legit trying to say that because he is with Mexican people all day that he now pronounces “U” as “Jew.” #RACIST

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Even the Trump campaign has come out to denounce the man over his chant.

Though they are not saying anything about his Mexican comment. Just the fact that he would say “Jew-S-A.”

Twitter is alive with people who are not having any of his racist, blame-the-Mexicans excuse.

And they are even pointing out the calm acceptance of his chant by other Trump supporters.

Seriously. How is this kind of rhetoric even a thing in 2016?

This isn’t the first time anti-Semitic rhetoric has been tied to the Trump campaign.

It was reported earlier in the campaign that Trump supporters were using a tool to add (((echoes))) to mark social media accounts of Jewish people. This is just terrifying.

In fact, some Trump supporters have ditched the anti-Semitic lines and just went full Holocaust deniers.

The Republican National Convention even had to remove the commenting option on the YouTube live coverage because of anti-Semitic comments dominating the thread.

Trump supporters were even sending super insensitive and downright terrifying death threats to Jewish supporters.

Yet, there is too much silence over this issue. Like Martin Niemöller, a Protestant pastor in Germany during World War II, said, “First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out because I was not a Socialist. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out because I was not a Trade Unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak for me.”

None of this is OK. There is just one week left in this election and you need to make sure your voice is heard. Let’s just hope America can survive the next seven days.

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(H/T: BuzzFeed News)

READ: Ana Navarro Went Full Savage And Called Donald Trump Racist In Two Languages

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If You're Wondering What's Up For Day Of The Dead, Here Are A Few Events Across The U.S.


If You’re Wondering What’s Up For Day Of The Dead, Here Are A Few Events Across The U.S.

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Traditions migrate with people, so it should come as no surprise that Day of the Dead, the Mesoamerican holiday celebrating the lives of friends and family who are no longer alive, has made its way across borders. Día de los Muertos celebrations are alive and well in cities across the United States. Check out just a few of the places hosting events where you can celebrate this year.

San Francisco, California

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Bay Area revelers can start their celebration with a visit to SOMArts’ annual Day of the Dead exhibit featuring more than 70 artists and end their tribute by joining the Day of the Dead Ritual Procession on November 2, which operates under the motto “NUESTROS MUERTOS NO SE VENDEN – Our Dead Are Not For Sale.” That means the event accepts no city, state, federal or corporate funding.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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This year’s theme for the “South Valley Día de los Muertos Celebration and Marigold Parade,” which also includes entertainment and art vendors on November 6, is “Sheep don’t vote, feed the chupacabra. Reclamado nuestra querencia.” Seems appropriate during this election cycle, no?

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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There’s a skeleton processional, an ofrenda exhibit and baile folklórico at the “Florida Day of the Dead” celebration on November 2.

Austin, Texas

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The Mexic-Arte Museum has been hosting an annual Día de los Muertos exhibit for over 30 years. That’s longer than some of y’all have been alive, just sayin’.

Santa Ana, California

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Noche de Altares” in Santa Ana is presented by El Centro Cultural de Mexico on November 5 this year. People are invited to build an altar in honor of someone who has passed or to use their altar to bring awareness to social issues.

Tulsa, Oklahoma

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The “Living Arts Day of the Dead Arts Festival” on November 1 has all kinds of cosas scheduled, including children’s activities, a mural project, art exhibits, fire performers and an “Altared Spaces” display.

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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The Museum of Anthropology at Wake Forest University will hook you up free pass to their annual Day of the Dead exhibit. Tell me your super codo ancestors wouldn’t be proud of you for finding a way to celebrate without spending any money.

Riverside, Califorina

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Historical downtown Riverside gets down for Día de los Muertos with food, art, music, dance and glorious altars. This year, the party is on November 5.

Birmingham, Alabama

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On November 2, Bare Hands Gallery invites everyone to “dress in bones, as a sugar skull or for a fiesta!”  There will be food, beer, crafts, altars and entertainment to be had.

Las Vegas, Nevada

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The “Life In Death Festival” put on by the Parks and Recreation department of Clark County is a two-day affair (November 1-2) with altars, entertainment, food and crafts.

Tucson, Arizona

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The “All Souls Procession Weekend” will bring together over 150,00 people for a two-mile long procession that culminates with the burning of a ceremonial urn filled with the “hopes, offerings and wishes” for those who have passed. Are you in? It’s happening the weekend of November 5-6.

Los Angeles, California

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Thank you to everyone who came out last night for our 2nd Novenario! Join us tonight through November 2 and see our "Living Muertos" 💀 Day of the Dead Festival Olvera Street October 25 – November 2 Nightly Procession at 7pm, followed by Teatro de Barrio performance. For all event details: www.olveraevents.com. Thank you to our Title Sponsor: @modelousa and all of our sponsors: @juanitasfoods @fantasticbeastsmovie @genericevents @rose_hills @disneysmoana #olverastreet #diadelosmuertos #dayofthedead #novenario #olverast #sugarmyskull #tradition #cultura #art #livingmuertos #vivalavida #teatrodelbarrio #facepainting #free #freeevent #familyfriendly #birthplaceoflosangeles #9dayfestival #mydayinla #dtla

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The Olvera Street Day of the Dead festival is a nine day celebration that ends on November 2. There is a procession every night that includes a Mayan cleansing, a parade of “living muertos,” and Aztec dancers.

Don’t forget to share this with your living friends so they can celebrate their dearly departed. 

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