Jews Struggle to Distance Themselves From Donald Trump’s Kike Lawyer

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 23, 2018

By the time Donald Trump knew of me, it was too late for me to tell him about the Jews.

He already had these leeches attached to his body, feeding from him.

Slowly, he’s pulled them off.

Kudos, My Liege.

What’s the funny thing is watching the Jews now struggling to distance themselves from the criminal kike who is being used to attempt to destroy Trump.

Like, “oh, he’s Jewish? I didn’t know. We’re god’s chosen people and usually are fair in our business dealings. Ask anyone. Jews are internationally reknowned, throughout all of history, for being straight shooters and very honest people.”

Jerusalem Post:

A Jew makes news, but does that make it Jewish news?

Take the case of Michael Cohen, who pleaded guilty Tuesday to fraud and campaign finance improprieties, directly implicating his former boss, President Donald Trump. Cohen, whose father survived the Holocaust, began his education at a yeshiva day school but transferred to the Lawrence Woodmere Academy. He once described himself as an “agnostic Jew.”

But little else in his story connects him to Jewish life in an interesting or newsworthy way. It’s not that he is a perceived villain; perps like Bernie Madoff demanded wide and deep coverage in the Jewish media when he cultivated Jewish business networks and philanthropic circles to fleece thousands of people and, yes, Jewish organizations.

Bernie Madoff ripped off other Jews, so it was Jewish news. And he was a villain.

It’s not Jewish news unless Jews can be painted as the victim, and they can’t paint Cohen as the victim.

We plumbed JTA archives for Cohen’s Jewish moments and they reinforce the impression that his faith and upbringing just don’t resonate in the story that brought him national attention: Trump’s campaign, and the scandals now besetting the presidency.

Cohen cited the Holocaust twice.

Yeah.

And you’re gonna hear it cited a lot more.

Because whether you want him or not, Jews: he’s yours. And he’s going to do what you do. He’s going to keep talking about the Holocaust.

The article goes on to literally list grievances which Jews should have with Cohen as they distance themselves from him.

srsly.

Cohen got mad at rabbis who were mad at Trump.

He delayed his son’s bar mitzvah moment for Trump, who, shall we say, was not appreciative.

The marital rape thing

One of the first times that many people probably even heard Cohen’s name was in July 2015, when he insisted to the Daily Beast that Trump could not have raped his ex-wife, Ivana, as she had alleged in a divorce deposition.

“It is true: You cannot rape your spouse. And there’s very clear case law,” Cohen said.

It’s not true; all 50 states make it a crime. Cohen apologized.

OK, not quite a Jewish moment, but an opportunity to note that spousal rape has also been against Jewish law for millennia.

Maybe Cohen should have stayed in yeshiva.

So yeah.

I guess… good luck, Jews?

I’m going to keep pointing out that this kike, as with every other kike Trump has been linked to, is Jewish and has harmed him.

I guess you can go ahead and keep pointing out that he’s some kind of atypical Jew, even though the exact opposite is true.

He is a Jewish stereotype, in every conceivable way.

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