Resistance Activists Label Mexican-Jewish Woman A 'White Supremacist' Over Hand Stretch"It's not a natural resting position."
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Resistance leader Amy Siskind on Tuesday thought she managed to out former Brett Kavanaugh law clerk Zina Bash as a "white supremacist" because she placed her hand into an "unnatural resting position" which she said was a "white power sign."
Other resisters similarly joined the fray:
Incidentally, it turned out Bash is of Mexican-Jewish descent and was actually just resting her hand.
Deranged left-wing activists and anti-Trump agitators falsely accused Zina Bash, the woman of Mexican-Jewish descent who was seated behind Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during Tuesday’s Senate confirmation hearings, of making a “white power sign.”Resistance leaders like accused wife-beater Eugene Gu were not perturbed:
This is your "resistance," folks!
Amy Siskind eventually deleted her tweet of the video because she claimed it had become "too much of a distraction."
Nonetheless she kept up her earlier tweets insisting "it's not a natural resting position" and and another insisting Jewish Trump aide Stephen Miller is an "architect" of Trump's "white nationalist agenda."
Onto the next hoax it is!
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