Montana: Badass Congressman Elect Body Slams Kike Guardian Reporter, Wins Election the Next Day

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 26, 2017

It’s extremely difficult to imagine a situation in which a Jew Guardian reporter does not deserve to be attacked.

So I just can’t understand why someone would apologize for doing it, as Congressman Elect Greg Gianforte did after body slamming Ben Jacobs the day before winning a house seat.

(Sadly, there’s no video – audio is in the above Tucker clip, at the beginning.)

Instead of apologizing he should have said something like “who knows, maybe I got a cheap shot – let’s do another round, this time in the Octagon, little bitch.”

Greg Gianforte

Ben Jacobs

But it sure is cool to win an election the day after smacking around a reporter.

Montana seems like an awesome place. Like, the type of place that if you were a right-winger getting sued by Jews, you’d probably get a pretty sympathetic jury.

And all things considered, attacking a Jew journalist is so awesome, that a little “meh, okay, whatever, sorry kike” is hardly a big deal.

Greg Gianforte RULEZ.

AP:

Republican multimillionaire Greg Gianforte won Montana’s only U.S. House seat on Thursday despite being charged a day earlier with assault after witnesses said he grabbed a reporter by the neck and threw him to the ground.

Gianforte, a technology entrepreneur, defeated Democrat Rob Quist to continue the GOP’s two-decade stronghold on the congressional seat. Democrats had hoped Quist, a musician and first-time candidate, could have capitalized on a wave of activism following President Donald Trump’s election.

Gianforte was a strong favorite throughout the campaign and that continued even after authorities charged him with misdemeanor assault on Wednesday. Witnesses said he grabbed Ben Jacobs, a reporter for the Guardian newspaper, and slammed him to the ground after being asked about the Republican health care bill.

Gianforte dropped out of sight after he was cited by police and ignored calls on Thursday by national Republicans for him to apologize to the reporter.

He emerged only at his victory celebration Thursday night, where he said he accepted responsibility for the incident. “Last night I made a mistake and I took an action I can’t take back and I am not proud of what happened,” Gianforte told the crowd. “I should not have responded the way I did and for that I am sorry.

That can even be read as “I should have taken it further and kicked the kike’s head in while he was on the ground.”

The theme of the election shifted Wednesday night when Jacobs walked into Gianforte’s office as he was preparing for an interview with Fox News.

Jacobs began asking the candidate about the health care bill passed by the House when the crew and Jacobs say Gianforte slammed him to the floor, yelling “Get out of here!”

Gianforte’s campaign issued a statement Wednesday blaming the incident on Jacobs. But on Thursday night, Gianforte apologized both to Jacobs and to the Fox News crew for having to witness the attack. “I should not have treated that reporter that way and for that I’m sorry, Mr. Jacobs.”

Again: “I shouldn’t have treated him to a body slam – instead I should have used a pedal-powered skull-bashing machine on him, and sent him body to the soap factory.”

I’m just going to interpret the statements that way.

It had been unclear if Gianforte’s assault charge would impact the race. About a third of eligible voters in Montana had already cast their ballots in early voting, and others said it didn’t influence their vote.

Shaun Scott, a computer science professor at Carroll College in Helena, said the assault charge was barely a factor in his decision.

“If you have somebody sticking a phone in your face, a mic in your face, over and over, and you don’t know how to deal with the situation, you haven’t really done that, you haven’t dealt with that, I can see where it can … make you a little angry,” Scott said Thursday.

The Jews are bitching up a storm that we’re celebrating this.

How do they think they can post this guys picture and say “goyim, it is bad to punch this Jew.”

I’ve had a touch of the flu the last few days and wasn’t even aware of this until today, but I’m glad to see you all on the forums were on it.

JTA:

Users of websites associated with the “alt-right” are cheering a Republican congressional candidate from Montana for allegedly body slamming Jewish reporter Ben Jacobs.

There was no indication that Greg Gianforte knew or cared that Jacobs was Jewish when he allegedly threw The Guardian political reporter to the ground on Wednesday evening and broke his glasses, leading to misdemeanor assault charges. But that has not stopped online commenters from making the connection on platforms frequented by the alt-right, a loose right-wing movement that includes white nationalists and anti-Semites.

A user on the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer posted an article by The Guardian, a London-based daily, about the incident with the title “Montana Republican Stands up to the Jewish Media.” The user commented, “I don’t know anything about this guy, but I can appreciate him treating the jewish media how it deserves to be treated.”

Responses included “Body slamming k*** media members should become standard for Republican candidates. It should be part of the party platform.” Also, “The night of the broken glasses won’t soon be forgotten,” an apparent reference to Kristallnacht, a Nazi pogrom considered the start of the Holocaust.

Niiiiiiiiice.

On 4chan, an online message board credited with launching the alt-right, threads about the incident frequently turned anti-Semitic, with comments like, “One day our patience will come to an end and then we will grab these insolent Jews by their throats and stuff their lying mouths shut!” and “Should’ve stomped the Jewlet.”

Breitbart News — called “the platform for the alt-right” by its former top executive, current White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon — reported the story straightforwardly, acknowledging that Jacobs’ story was supported by an audio and an eyewitness from Fox News. The comment section, however, featured a handful of anti-Semitic remarks, like “the left wing marxist Jew reporters had best watch their arse.” But unlike in other forums, other users were quick to criticize them.

Good.

Keep on those Breitbart comments, guys.

They’ve pretty much stopped trying to ban anti-Semitism.

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