Globalist Media Calls ‘Defend American Labor’ Sign Hung on Overpass a White Supremacist Banner
A banner placed on an overpass with the message of “Defend American Labor” is being called white supremacist by the fake news media, equating the message to recent wave of anti-Semitic attacks.
The Brooklyn Reporter claimed the banner hung in Bay Ridge at the 80th Street pedestrian overpass was promoting white supremacist propaganda “as the city confronts a surge of anti-Semitic attacks.”
Meanwhile, the actual perpetrators of the anti-Semitic crime wave tend to look like this:
So the suspect is charged in court with five counts of attempted murder & one count of burglary but in media, the attack is being called anti-Semitic by the authorities? If media is correct, why isn’t attacker being charged with terrorism & a hate crime?https://t.co/9uw4rfvK9H
— Jonathan T Gilliam (@JGilliam_SEAL) December 29, 2019
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) December 30, 2019
Leftist groups held a protest after the banner was raised to stand in unison against the America First message, claiming it was a message of hate.
“It’s clear that if we don’t combat this hate in our neighborhood these groups will continue recruiting and escalate their behavior. This is why a show of solidarity is so important at this time,” said Mallory McMahon, a co-founder of Fight Back Bay Ridge, which helped to organize the rally.
“We outnumber them and will make Bay Ridge inhospitable to white nationalism. They won’t win. This will only make us stronger in our unity,” she added.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), an anti-Bill of Rights organization that advocates for Big Brother censorship, is also spreading hysteria regarding the “America First” message on the banner.
“We’re very concerned,” Rachel Grinspan, associate regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, said Friday.
“Any form of extremist rhetoric is a concern, especially to see it popping up in a local neighborhood like Bay Ridge,” she added.
The hysteria over the banner is similar to the phony outrage ginned up by the ADL and other left-wing special interest groups over “It’s Okay to be White” signs and use of the “OK” symbol.
People are losing their jobs and lives are being ruined because they are seen using the “OK” symbol in public:
Days after the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) listed the “OK” hand gesture as a hate symbol in their database, an actor at Universal Studios Orlando was fired after it was discovered he had used the symbol in a group photo back in March.
Tiffiney and Richard Zinger, after apparently reading the ADL’s report, discovered that the symbol was used in their family’s group photo at Universal. The biracial couple promptly rushed to the media, ginned up a controversy, and got the man fired as a result.
“It’s more than the ‘OK’ sign,” Richard Zinger told USA Today. “A lot of people don’t understand what that sign means.”
“We just wanted to take them to see the minions,” Tiffiney Zinger said. “Do something special for our family and this person ruined that special warm feeling.”
What they failed to mention to the press is that one of their children is also doing the innocuous symbol in the photograph. But that didn’t stop them from initiating a witch hunt and getting the man fired anyway, while exploiting their undeserved limelight to virtue-signal about their righteousness.
“I’ve been emotionally distraught about it. I’m still pretty upset that someone felt they needed to do this to children,” Tiffiney Zinger said. “It can cause emotional stress on my child and her development.”
“I just want somebody to take responsibility for it because nobody is taking responsibility for anything,” Richard Zinger said.
“I want to cause change,” Tiffiney Zinger said. “I hope this doesn’t happen to another family again, and I pray that this doesn’t happen to another kid.”
Universal Studios Orlando, of course, jumped into action following these hysterics as America slumps further into idiocracy and madness.
Any message to the Right of the Communist Manifesto is essentially considered hate speech these days, thanks to the work of groups like the ADL.