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Friday, March 17, 2017

Never Trumper suddenly realizes she's siding with an anti-Semite

The star of "Blossom" and regular on "Big Bang Theory," Mayim Bialik, has discovered that a prominent organizer of the Pussyhat Protest against the Duly Elected President is an anti-Semitic Palestinian.

One can see how this would make a devout follower of Judaism uncomfortable.

The organizer in question, Linda Sansour, said:
“There is no country in this world that is immune to violating human rights. You can’t be a feminist in the United States and stand up for the rights of the American woman and then say that you don’t want to stand up for the rights of Palestinian women in Palestine.”
Of course the chief oppressors of Muslim women are Muslim men, who in some countries stone women victims of rape. Honor killings also are part of the culture in some Muslim countries.

Bialik is committed to Israel. She has said she received death threats after visiting Israel in 2015.

She said after the march:
“Zionism is the belief in the right of the Jewish people to have an autonomous state in Israel. I am a Zionist. Feminism is the belief that a woman-driven movement can bring about race, class and gender equality and that women deserve all of the rights and privileges afforded to men. I am a feminist.”
Bialik was duped.

We all get duped.

I trust this incident will open her eyes to Trump, who also supports Israel. Like Bialik's husband, Trump's eldest daughter converted to Judaism and is raising her children in the Jewish faith.

Oh, and as far as death threats go, I venture to guess she received none for being a Never Trumper.

Death threats are something actual fascists use.

In re-reading the piece, I realize the "Blossom" may seem like a putdown. Well, Bob Denver was always Maynard G. Krebs to me, just as Bryan Cranston will always be the father from "Malcolm in the Middle" to me. Those are their roles that first impressed me. I figure some readers are the same way.

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  1. Willy Gilligan didn't displace Maynard G. Kreisler for you? InconTHEEVable!

  2. I'm still waiting for the pilot episode of "The Reverend Doctor Don".

  3. It takes a while for facts and truth to penetrate some brains.

  4. I like Mayim. She just needs to get her shit back together.

  5. Jeez, how long before Bialak gets the boot from Big Bang now?

  6. Huge internal contradictions being ignored on the left right now. They practice racial identity politics for everyone except those of European extraction, and call anyone who even hints at defending European origin, let alone pride in it as racist. Young people are noticing this. Especially when it comes to college admissions and professional school spots. Even where AA is banned it is still covertly practiced. And I'm not taking about alcoholics anonymous.
    They say that being anti-Islam is being racist, but ignore the fact that people of all races are Islamic. It is a religion.
    They say that Judaism is a religion, not a race while there are genetic tests for immigration to Israel.
    There is a common denominator, though, hatred of western civilization and the people who built it. That seems to be enough to keep them together for now. They are willing to wait and fight over the scraps when all of this is gone or culturally appropriated.

  7. David Brinkley was always Chet Huntley's sidekick to me.

  8. Bryan Cranston = Tim Whatley, DDS