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Fox News Psychiatrist Blames Jews Surrendering Guns For Holocaust

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Dr, Keith Ablow has penned what may be his most despicable column yet.

Ben Carson on Thursday blamed the Holocaust on gun control.

“The likelihood of Hitler being able to accomplish his goals would have been greatly diminished if the people had been armed,” Carson told Wolf Blitzer. The CNN anchor had asked, “if there had been no gun control at that time, would six million Jews have been slaughtered?”

“You realize there was a reason they took the guns first, right?,” Carson asked. “I’m telling you that there’s a reason that these dictatorial people take guns first.”

Of course, Carson is dead wrong, and his comments were quickly denounced by many, including the Anti-Defamation League:

So, of course, enter Fox News and the bigoted, ignorant, and offensive views of one of its contributors.

Dr. Keith Ablow on Friday penned an op-ed, “Why Ben Carson is right about Jews, the Holocaust and guns.” Ablow is “a member of the Fox News Medical A-Team,” who last month said people who do not own guns “should be saying, ‘What the heck is wrong with me?'”

Ablow now has taken to blaming the Jews in Nazi Germany for their own deaths and for the Holocaust, because, he claims, falsely, they did not resist enough.

“The mindset that Jews surrendered with their guns is far more important than the hardware they turned over: They surrendered the demonstrated intention, at all costs, to resist being deprived of liberty,” Ablow writes.

“If Jews in Germany had more actively resisted the Nazi party or the Nazi regime and had diagnosed it as a malignant and deadly cancer from the start, there would, indeed, have been a chance for the people of that country and the world to be moved to action by their bold refusal to be enslaved,” he insists.

Ablow goes on to acknowledge that resisting the Nazis and Hitler “would have required immeasurable courage,” and “would have required unspeakable losses,” offering biblical “support” for his blaming the Jews. He asks, “is that not the lesson of the Old Testament?  Does not Abraham bind his son Issac to an altar, willing to sacrifice his son’s life to God’s Word—to the truth?  Must not we all be ready to sacrifice ourselves to stand in the way of evil?”

And, Ablow continues:

Granted, I was not there.  Granted, hindsight is 20/20.  But it turns out it was a bad idea for any Jew to have turned over a gun.  It was a bad idea for any Jew to have boarded a train.  It was a bad idea for any Jew to have passed through a gate into a camp.  It was a bad idea for any Jew to do any work at any such camp.  It was a bad idea for any Jew to not attempt to crush the skull or scratch out the eyes of any Nazi who turned his back for one moment.  And every bullet that would have been fired into a Nazi coming to a doorway to confiscate a gun from a Jew would have been a sacred bullet.

Needless to say, responses to Ablow’s op-ed have ranged from disgusted to mockery to outrage:

 

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AOC Slams McCarthy and His GOP ‘Ku Klux Klan Caucus’ for Allowing ‘Violent Targeting’ of Women of Color in Congress

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U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is criticizing House Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy for refusing to deal with the members of his “Ku Klux Klan” caucus who are ignoring and allowing the “violent targeting” of women of color members of Congress.

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“People truly don’t understand the scale, intensity, & volume of threats targeting” Congresswoman Omar, Ocasio-Cortez says.

“Kevin McCarthy is so desperate to be speaker that he is working with his Ku Klux Klan caucus to look aside & allow violent targeting of woc members of Congress. This cannot be ignored,” she warns.

Congresswoman Boebert over the past week was exposed – on video – suggesting Rep. Omar is a terrorist three times, including in one video she herself posted to social media.

McCarthy has refused to take any action against Boebert.

 

 

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Because Trump “was testing so frequently, he was [likely] detected using a molecular test at the earliest time, before becoming infectious,” says Mina.

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The U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday morning will hear oral arguments in what will be a decisive case for the future of abortion in America.

Justices will hear arguments in the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, over a Mississippi abortion ban designed to overturn the nearly 50-year old precedent-setting ruling in Roe v. Wade.

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