By Dr. Fred
Isn’t this cute? Trevor Noah, a black/white anti-Semite, will be replacing Jewish anti-Semite Jon Stewart as Comedy Central’s new host with the most. Some would argue that I’m being harsh and untrue. Hey, Trevor Noah was the one who made the statement below. He’s the one who unceremoniously places ALL the blame on Israel, like any good anti-Semite would. If I see Noah as an anti-Semite, it’s only because that’s the impression he provides and to say that he is simply being a “comedian” is disingenuous. There is no excuse for lying, even when it’s “funny.” Certainly, he has a right to say whatever he wants to say, but I also have the right to call him out for it as well. As far as I’m concerned, since what he has said is a lie and opposed to Israel, what he has stated is nothing more than hate-speech with comedic drippings.
Before today, I’d never heard of Trevor Noah, but when I did hear of him, I heard about him due to the tweet he sent out that he apparently thought was funny. I’m sure to the plethora of non-thinking fools on the left, it was and remains funny.
According to Noah’s own website, he is a political satirist from Africa. “Born in South Africa to a black South African mother and a white European father, Noah has hosted numerous television shows including South Africa’s music, television and film awards, the South African Comedy Festival and two seasons of his own late night talk show, “Tonight with Trevor Noah.” He made his U.S. television debut in 2012 on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and has also appeared on Late Show with David Letterman, becoming the first South African stand-up comedian to appear on either late night show.”
Hey, he’s a bit like Mr. Obama – with mixed race parents and who spent time in South Africa! While Obama is a politician, Noah believes himself to be a political satirist. I guess the funny man – Trevor Noah – like the unintentional funny man of the White House – both have things to say about race. I wonder if, like Mr. Obama, Noah has disinherited his “whiteness” in favor of simply being all black?
In the photo above, you’ll note Noah’s feelings about Israel. Apparently, he is one of the lemmings that believes “it’s all Israel’s fault.” It doesn’t matter that Israel has to put up with bombs and rockets constantly being lobbed into her nation. It doesn’t matter that groups like Hamas have publicly stated (repeatedly) that the only good Jew is a dead one (my paraphrase) or that they will not stop until all Jews are out of the Middle East. None of that matters to impudent individuals like Trevor Noah, who believe that comedy, even at the expense of truth, is worth it.
What better person to have to replace Jewish (in ethnicity only) Jon Stewart for Comedy Central’s big shebang? I can’t wait to hear all of Noah’s one-liners about how wrong, pitiful, and mean Israel is as she endeavors to defend herself against 22 Arab nations that surround her and still believe they need her land as well. Oh wait, I won’t be watching Trevor Noah on Comedy Central.
Kind of reminds me of those people who still believe that Mike Brown was a “gentle giant” and who was actually obeying Officer Darren Wilson’s commands before Wilson shot and killed Brown. It was Wilson’s fault, right? Even though we now know that he robbed a convenience store moments before and Wilson was responding to that particular APB. Beyond this, we also know – from the DOJ itself – that the “hands up, don’t shoot” meme was just that, a mythological meme that was only true in the minds of those who made it up (Jackson, Sharpton, et al).
In fact, Brown was actually bum-rushing Wilson and he had already punched him in the face and tried to grab his gun. None of this matters though to jackasses who have a difficult time with truth. To them, truth has no bearing or relevance on the subject. It’s the narrative they choose to believe that counts.
To Trevor Noah: may your time on Comedy Central be short. May your lies catch up with you. May you learn the truth that is irrevocable, one day. In fact, may you one day choke on the truth that you apparently cannot handle now.
Reminds me of Elizabeth Ashack (@elizabethashack), and her war on Christianity. She used her position at the Department of Labor to tweet out a very biased and unprofessional tweet about religious liberty in Indiana. Though she removed the tweet, it was too late.
People like Ashack and Noah are preaching to their choir now, but one day, it’ll come back to haunt them and they won’t be able to backtrack fast enough. Ashack has tried and has even gone so far as to remove any reference to working for the Department of Labor in her Twitter profile. Looks like she’s trying to hide.
Comedy is never an excuse to traffic in LIES. But that is what this world is becoming. It’s a world where Sec. of State John Kerry can respond to a reporter about a nuke deal with Iran, with the words (in Arabic) “Allah willing.” It’s a world where religious liberty has no protection anymore – unless you are Muslim. It’s a world where victims are constantly being blamed for what happens to them. It’s literally a world gone mad.
Trevor Noah is the newest flavor of the month and if we’re all lucky, in the space of a year, he’ll go back to the hole from whence he came. Here’s an idea: let’s pray that God does just that to show Noah who’s the boss. Even if that happens though, Noah will dutifully blame the “Nazis” living in all those “red” states, just like Ashack has done.
Interesting side note though. At least 19 other states have the same religious liberty law that Indiana just signed into law and at least two other states are considering it. Beyond all that though, Clinton signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law on November 16, 1993. Even lefty Clinton stated then, “We all have a shared desire here to protect perhaps the most precious of all American liberties – religious freedom.”
Clearly, those on the left who are fighting against religious liberty today do so because they either have no clue or have exceedingly short memories. Bill Clinton – one of the left’s favored presidents – signed into law the protection of religious liberty. Since then, individual states have adopted this law as their own, personalizing it for their state.
The left – people like Trevor Noah, Elizabeth Ashack, and many others like them – doesn’t like it. I’ll be interested to learn how they respond once they find out that Bill Clinton signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law. I can hear the excuses and the stuttering now.
Trevor Noah, may your fame be fleeting. May the light of your fame extinguish quickly and may you crawl back to Africa where you can teach the locals there how to recycle.
Article reposted from www.ForTruthsSake.com with permission.