The Democrat-Media Complex — which has no business other than waging war on Donald Trump — was promoting for the last couple weeks about rising “anti-Semitism” and vandalism at Jewish cemeteries. The DMC laid these crimes at the feet of Trump supporters because… well, because of course, everyone knows that’s how those people are. It was of a piece with the DMC’s promotion of a story that a black church in Mississippi was burned down by racist Trump supporters. (It turned out the arsonist was a Hillary supporter looking to support the “Trump Supporters Are Racists” Narrative.)
It was also a way of telling Joos not to desert the Democrat Party, even though an Islamic Supremacist came within a hair of being party chairman.
And then, something happened to break the Narrative.
On Friday, a Missouri man named Juan Thompson was arrested for making multiple threats to JCCs across the country in order to harass his ex-girlfriend. Thompson is suspected of being a copycat – of hearing about the JCC phone calls and then conducting his own campaign of phone terrorism. According to the FBI, Thompson dated a Jewish woman; after their relationship ended, he sent defamatory emails and faxes to the woman’s employer. He then stalked her. After that, he made “at least eight JCC Threats nationwide as part of his campaign” against his ex-girlfriend. He then tried to blame the woman in order to have her prosecuted; he tweeted, “Know any good lawyers? Need to stop this nasty/racist #whitegirl I dated who sent a bomb threat in my name and wants me to be raped in jail.”
Here’s what we know about Thompson: he’s a left-wing reporter who made up material while working at The Intercept. He was fired in February 2016 for fabricating quotes in his stories and creating “fake email accounts that he used to impersonate people,” one of which was a Gmail account in the name of the editor-in-chief of that publication. He says he “voted for Bernie Sanders.” Thompson, who is black tweeted just weeks ago that Trump was attempting to “remove black ppl from the southside of Chicago.”
So, whenever someone tries to sell a narrative that Trump supporters have done something vile, you would be pretty safe if you assume it’s a false flag until proven otherwise.