Trump Supporter Who Chanted "Jew-SA" Says We Just Misheard Him


Trump Supporter Who Chanted

Looking like a late 90s surfer movie character gone wrong, a over-confident Trump supporter chose to mock the assembled press at a Trump rally with some anti-Semitic chanting on Saturday.

The identity of the man, who wore a "Hillary for Prison" T-shirt, was not immediately clear.

A Donald Trump supporter who screamed "Jew-S-A" at reporters at a rally on Saturday night behaved in a "deplorable" way, the Republican nominee's campaign manager said on Sunday. "Clearly he doesn't speak for the campaign or the candidate, and I think what he had to say was disgusting".

In another video filmed from a different angle, the man can he heard calling members of the press "the enemy" and said that they were "working for the devil".

This, again, shocked Conway, but Tapper said that Trump has done nothing to condemn his more deplorable supporters outside of very blasé "I disavow, okay?" statements.

CONWAY: Hillary Clinton surrounds herself with lots of people.

Donald Trump was making his usual attacks on Hillary Clinton before the man erupted, saying things like, "When the outcome is fixed, when the system is rigged, people lose hope".

"We know who you are".

His transition from benign web sensation to Nazi-esque Trump supporter makes Lindell a sort of living embodiment of Godwin's law.

Conway appeared on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday and was confronted by host Jake Tapper about the man's words.

"Yes, I would", Conway replied. Clinton later expressed regret for suggesting that half of all his supporters were racist or xenophobic. "Welcome to all you deplorables!" he said. "The campaign I run, Jake, seriously?" She later said it was just in response to protesters giving her the salute.

"U may hate me, but I'll always say what I believe", Walsh tweeted. Greenblatt said that Trump's claims in a speech earlier this month that "a global banking elite are trying to destroy US sovereignty" was reminiscent of historical anti-Semitic language. "So just eliminate them from your thinking, because we've always had an annoying prejudicial element within our politics", the Democratic presidential candidate said then.



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