American’s have said no to anti-semitism by making the term “Jewish” the most popular term on Twitter April 14.
The term reflects support for the Jewish community given that yet another gun related massacre occurred today in America: in this case a loony tunes supremacist legally shot a pile of Jewish people in Kansas.
This site makes no reflection on gun violence in the United States, despite the fact that as in the rest of the world, reducing gun ownership reduces gun violence.
Again, this site makes no comment on the insanity of shooting massacres. The writer however can. SERIOUSLY???
The fact though that Twitter can call it out does give faith that there is help in the world.
The term “Jewish” (without a # tag) trended on Twitter strongly on the morning of 14 April.
Omid Safi on the terrorist attack in Kansas https://t.co/g5zeOh5qdZ
— robin (@Crystal_Ball1) April 14, 2014
via @CollegeFix: PROFESSOR OF HATE? Suspect in Jewish Center Shootings Was Guest Lecturer at MSU https://t.co/zbJxVjv0Cf #tcot
— The Irishman ???? (@commonpatriot) April 14, 2014
These creeps are all around us, just waiting for a chance to go off. Be afraid…be very afraid. https://t.co/xFC3HBZ4Nb
— Roger Mossburger (@Roge46) April 14, 2014