The outrage amongst Americans over the unprecedented FBI raid of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home is anti-Semitic in nature because Attorney General Merrick Garland is Jewish, warns ABC News chief investigative reporter Josh Margolin.
“Far right, neo-Nazis, white supremacists” are are calling for violence following the raid of Trump’s estate because Attorney General Merrick Garland is Jewish, the corporate media talking head argued on Friday.
“As soon as President Trump put out confirmation on Monday that the raid had been done and was underway, we immediately started seeing factions on the far right, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, militia organizers calling for violence as they always have done against Jews — the attorney general is Jewish,” Margolin said. “Against the FBI, federal law enforcement, against other perceived enemies — enemies they perceive to be enemies of President Trump.”
“It was like clockwork, and then by the next morning, there was already a body of evidence online of this really ugly, terrible, violent rhetoric that had law enforcement incredibly concerned. You cannot believe for a second that the Attorney General and his senior staff at the justice department were at all blind to what was going to happen in the wake of this type of a search,” he continued.
Garland, who was involved in the investigation of the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, uniquely understands anger directed toward federal agents, Margolin argued.
Over 70 percent of Americans say the FBI raid on Trump’s Florida residence increases their motivation to vote during the November midterms, according to a new poll.
The survey conducted by the Convention of States Action and The Trafalgar Group shows 83.3 or Republicans said the raid has incentivized them to vote in 2022, while 55.2 percent said the raid increased their motivation to vote in the fall. The poll also found that 71.7 percent of independents say the incident increases their motivation to vote in 2022 as compared to 20.8 percent who say it doesn’t.