Trump Suggests Jewish Center Bomb Threats May Be Staged To 'Make People Look Bad'Chris Menahan
Feb. 28, 2017
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President Trump suggested Tuesday the string of bomb threats called into Jewish centers -- which the media has used to try and paint him as antisemitic -- may be staged to "make people look bad."
From The New York Times:
President Trump suggested on Tuesday that the recent spate of anti-Semitic bomb threats and cemetery vandalism could be politically coordinated attacks to “make people look bad” — an apparent suggestion that his opponents could be behind them.Listen to one of the calls as shared by the Jewish Telegraph Agency.
While there's a voice modulator, the voice sure has a unique dialect.
Note, the JTA says in the first line of their article "the call [was] made to look as if it came from inside the building."
What if it did come from inside the building?
What if it was a staged hate crime hoax to smear Trump like so many others happening all across the country?
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