Troy also looked at what he describes as “the disproportionate frenzy surrounding the Jewish vote,” when bearing in mind that Jews comprise just 2 percent of the US electorate. The reason for such intense scrutiny is the outsize contributions of Jewish donors to US political campaigns, with Jewish donors contributing a whopping 50% of funds received by the Democratic Party and 25% to the Republican Party, Troy says.Don't get mad at me for noticing this. Tell me, if someone was responsible for 50% of your income, would you do things that would threaten that income? What wouldn't you do to protect that income? Whom would you throw under the bus to maintain that income? I'm pretty sure this is a case of "nothing to see here, move along."
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Now if you say something like "Jews run the media" you'd be denounced as a racist and anti-semite (two-fer). This despite the fact that Jews make up 2% of the US population but make up a rather large proportion of heads (or higher ups) in the media universe (print, movies, etc.). As mentioned in my last post, noticing things that are unpopular with certain populations will get you labeled. Anyway, as is usual for a group with a rather large amount of power and who have very little to fear from outsiders, they occasionally let slip just how much power and influence they have: