Hysterical 'Anne Frank Center' Chief Steps Down To Become A Rabbi

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Sep. 17, 2017

The hysterical head of the "Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect," Steven Goldstein, is stepping down from leading The Resistance to become a rabbi.

Goldstein drew headlines over the past year for accusing Donald Trump of being responsible for the threats to Jewish centers across the West. After it turned out the actual perpetrator was a Israeli-American Jewish teenager living in Israel and an African-American disgraced liberal news writer, Goldstein insisted they were still motivated by "antisemitism" and failed to apologize to Trump.



From The Forward:
The firebrand executive director of the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, which came to prominence this year through social media attacks on President Trump, has abruptly stepped down from the organization to become a rabbi.

Steven Goldstein's resignation, announced online September 8, was sudden.


...Goldstein informed the board that he would be leaving to attend rabbinical school only a few weeks ago. On Twitter, the organization said September 8 that they had learned a week earlier that he would be enrolling in rabbinical school. Goldstein wrote the same day that he had made the decision while on vacation in late August.
It's an interesting decision considering Goldstein's been suggesting Trump was gearing up to carry out another Holocaust any minute now.
He started classes Monday at the Academy for Jewish Religion, a little-known rabbinical seminary in Yonkers, New York.

"Helping to lead the resistance takes a toll," Goldstein wrote in a statement announcing his departure. "This has been grueling. At some point, you ask yourself, can I have my life back?"

Goldstein is still listed as executive director on the group's website. After this story was first published, Goldstein spoke with the Forward, describing how he had been run down by his time leading the organization. "I was simply exhausted," he said. "I feel the weight of the world off my shoulders, because I was working from 5 A.M. to 1 A.M. twittering, because Donald Trump was twittering."
I guess accusing people of "antisemitism" 24/7 can take its toll.

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