These filthy Jew rats are totally demonic — there’s no telling what they’ll do next in their never-ending efforts to subvert America’s head for the NWO and Israel. [INCOG]
From Andrew Anglin @DAILY STORMER
This is a breaking story. Or rather an emerging story. Nothing has been confirmed yet.
But we knew whoever leaked the tape was a Jew. And a #NeverTrump Jew advisor to Paul Ryan is currently being pointed at as being responsible.
First, Mike Cernovich pointed at him.
Following this, The Gateway Pundit claimed he talked to a reporter who believes this is true.
Cernovich then tweeted that Senor’s wife, former TV anchor and Jewish convert Campbell Brown, confirmed it.
Though I don’t really understand what that tweet means, exactly. It could be a joke. Or a joke to cover-up the truth.
But it isn’t a real confirmation.
Senor has been pushing reporters to abuse Trump and his surrogates with the #Pussygate tape.
But that also doesn’t really mean anything, because he would be doing that either way, given that he is a #NeverTrump kike.
So ultimately, the only thing we have to go on at time of writing is reports from Cernovich and TGP. Both of these people have good track records.
I hope it was this particular Jew, and I hope he gets nailed for it.
If we lose this election, it is going to be because of this pussy-grabbing tape. And having it be known that it was a Jew is extremely important. One of the GOP’s Jews being responsible makes it all the better.
Because if we lose, this country is going to enter a new age of anti-Semitism.
The 35% or so of the country that is hardcore pro-Trump is going to know that it wasn’t “liberals” that defeated Trump, but traitors within the party who abandoned him. And they are going to want to know why that happened.
And there is only one answer:
The Jews did it.
Dan Senor is the ideal Jew for this role as the guy who ultimately brought down Trump.
He’s about as Jewish as a Jew can get. I’ve archived his Wikipedia page, because if he does get nailed as being behind this, they’re probably going to go in and cleanse it to make it a bit less Jewish.
But look at this – let me just go ahead and post most of it here – the entire Jewish agenda from the Holohoax to the Iraq war to thwarting Donald Trump is in this guy’s life story:
Early life and education
Senor was born in Utica, and grew up in Toronto, Ontario, the youngest of four children. His father, Jim, worked for Israel Bonds; his mother, Helen, was from Košice, now in Slovakia, where she and her mother hid from the Nazis during the Holocaust. Helen Senor’s father was murdered at the Auschwitz concentration camp. After the war, Helen and her mother fled to Paris, then via New York to Montreal. Senor said that his mother’s post-Holocaust trauma “was very heavy for us growing up”.
Senor graduated from Forest Hill Collegiate Institute, and received a B.A. in History from the University of Western Ontario in 1994. He also attended the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and in 2001 received an MBA from Harvard.
Senor spent much of the 1990s working as a staffer on Spencer Abraham’s (R-MI) 1994 Senate campaign and then in his Capitol Hill office. He later worked for Senator Connie Mack (R-FL) and at AIPAC. During that time, he caught the attention of Weekly Standard editor William Kristol, who introduced him to the neoconservative group affiliated with George W. Bush.
From 2001 to 2003, he was an investment banker at the Carlyle Group.
In the lead-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq and during the fighting, Senor was a Pentagon and White House adviser based in Doha, Qatar, at U.S. Central Command Forward; he was subsequently based in Kuwait, working with General Jay Garner during the final days of the invasion and was in southern Iraq when the Saddam Hussein regime fell.
According to Rajiv Chandrasekaran, the author of Imperial Life in the Emerald City, Senor was known for the zealous spin that put a good face on the disaster unfolding in Baghdad (the Iraq War did not end until December 2011). Some statements he made to the press did not reflect the actual situation in the city.
Senor formally re-located to Baghdad on April 20, 2003. He traveled with General Garner’s team in the first American post-war civilian protection unit, becoming one of the first American civilians to enter Baghdad after the fall of the regime. In Iraq, Senor served as Chief Spokesperson for the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), as Senior Advisor to Ambassador L. Paul Bremer, and as adviser to the Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance. In the U.S., he was “a regular television fixture in the immediate aftermath of the 2003 Iraq invasion”, thus becoming “the face of the Bush Administration’s efforts in Iraq”.
Senor is the co-author, with his brother-in-law, Jerusalem Post columnist Saul Singer, of Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle. The book, published in November 2009, examines the entrepreneurial economy of Israel and the cultural and social environment that supports this economy. “It’s a book about Israel that’s not for Jews,” Senor has said. “I didn’t want it to be in the Judaica section of the bookstore, or the Israel or the Middle East section.” Instead, the book in typically found in the Business section of the bookstore. The book has provoked a wide range of responses, from reviews that hail its research and its portrayal of often-neglected facets of Israeli society, to reviews that claim the book implicitly justifies never-ending conflict in the region. Senor and Singer have been praised for the effectiveness with which they have “translat[ed] Israel’s own image of itself for an international audience”; their book’s title has entered the language as shorthand descriptive term for Israel.
Other professional activities
Senor was an Adjunct Senior Fellow for Middle East Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. He hosted two investigative documentaries on Iraq and Iran for Fox News, where he is a contributor. He has written work published by The Wall Street Journal, and has authored pieces for The New York Times, The Washington Post, the New York Post, and The Weekly Standard. He currently serves on the advisory board for nonprofit America Abroad Media.
Senor was a member of the honorary delegation that accompanied President George W. Bush to Jerusalem in May 2008 for the celebration of Israel’s 60th anniversary.
In March 2010, national Republican leaders encouraged Senor to run against freshman New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. Senor was reported to be seriously considering a challenge, but ultimately decided against it. He said in a statement it “wasn’t the right time in my family and business life for me to run.” Instead, he established a new think tank, the Foreign Policy Initiative, along with William Kristol and Robert Kagan.
The Wall Street Journal ran an article in September 2009 in which Senor praised President Obama for having “doubled down his commitment” to the war in Afghanistan. “There should therefore be no stronger advocates for Mr. Obama’s Afghanistan strategy than the GOP,” he wrote. In a 2011 Journal op-ed, Senor accused Obama of having “built the most consistently one-sided diplomatic record against Israel of any American president in generations”; he returned to the same theme in a Journal piece the next year.
Role in the Romney campaign
In 2012, Senor served as a foreign policy adviser to U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney. “The two of them hit it off immediately,” Romney chief of staff Beth Myers said. “I can’t think of anyone who Mitt has ever met that he hit it off with so immediately as Dan Senor.” Romney’s July 2012 trip to Israel was described as the “brainchild” of Ron Dermer, Benjamin Netanyahu’s chief strategist, “and, Dan Senor”. Senor brought to the campaign a network of close ties to Israel, including his sister Wendy Singer, who runs the Jerusalem office of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
Senor stirred controversy when he told journalists that if Israel launched a strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities, Romney “would respect” the move. Also, Romney was called a racist when, citing Senor’s book, he contrasted Israeli and Palestinian “culture” in a way that was seen as slighting Palestinians.
Senor praised Romney in an August 2012 op-ed for USA Today as “a longstanding supporter of the Jewish state” who “sees in Israel’s heroic story a mirror of the heroism that America’s Founding Fathers exhibited when, against all odds, they fought for independence and self-government”. Senor said in September 2012 that Obama’s failure to overthrow President Assad of Syria made the U.S. look “impotent”.
During the campaign, Maureen Dowd wrote a column in which she called Senor Romney’s “puppet master”. The column was widely criticized, with many commentators accusing Dowd of trafficking in anti-Semitic stereotypes.
In August 2012, Politico said that if Romney were elected, Senor “would likely get a top West Wing job, perhaps deputy chief of staff or even national security adviser”. He gave “intensive coaching” to vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan for the latter’s debate with Vice President Joe Biden in October 2012.
And then he’s been one of the most aggressive #NeverTrumpers for the last year.
This is a Soros-type Illuminati-tier Jew we’ve got right here. Someone who you can look at their life and see the entire Jew agenda in black and white.