Nancy Salem a Texas pre-school teacher has been suspended from her job at The Children's Courtyard for tweeting "kill some Jews."
How sweet and what a wonderful influence she must have had on growing minds.
This was not the first time Salem was identified for expressing anti-Semitic and violent messages online. She is a member of the University of Texas, Arlington chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine and supports the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel. The previous tweet was: "How many Jews died in the Holocaust? Not enough . . . HAHAHAHA."
You can easily see the connection to the Students for Justice in Palestine with anti-Semitism and their violent intentions. They don't want justice, they want dead Jews and the end of Israel.
Since the last incident, Salem's Twitter account has been disabled, but she remains a twit.
Rick Santorum, a CNN commentator and former Congressman was asked by leftist overachiever Chris Cuomo about his thoughts on anti-Semitism in the U.S. and its connection to the anti-Israeli movement here.
"If you look at the people who are responsible for a lot of this anti-Semitism that we are seeing, I hate to say it [but] a lot of it is coming from the pro-Palestinian and Muslim community," Santorum answered honestly.
Quick to make nicey-nice to the Islamic world, a world where anti-Semitism is taught [like the Palestinian 'Mickey Mouse' who hates Jews, for example] Cuomo countered: "I don't know that that is a fact, by the way . . . you have white haters, who historically target the Jews."
Of course Cuomo is correct, but that doesn't mean that Santorum is wrong. Cuomo sounds like an apologist for Islamic Jew-hatred that starts with the first prayer in the Qur'an, the al-Fatiha. It also doesn't say wonderful things about Christians either.
Santorum, who probably should have gone over to Fox rather than the Commie News Network said, "That's not what's going on on college campuses, Chris."
Then Chris drooled onto his lap.