Monday, May 2, 2022

Alice Walker, Anti-Semite, Gets a Free Pass from The New Yorker and CBS News

 Alice Walker is a black American novelist and an anti-Semite. She has come out with a new book and is doing media tours. So far the New Yorker and Gayle King have given Walker a free pass on her over-the-top anti-Semitism. We all know why. 

See these links: 

"Gayle King is blasted for gushing CBS interview with Alice Walker in which she fails to grill The Color Purple author about her anti-Semitic beliefs and praise for British conspiracy theorist who thinks the world is run by lizard people" Daily Mail April 14, 2022 

"What the New Yorker Didn't Say about Alice Walker's Anti-Semitism" The Atlantic April 29, 2022

Bari Weiss tweet "Alice Walker an unapologetic anti-Semite who believes in lizard Illuminati. But because Jews don't count, she gets this kind of fawning, uncritical treatment by the mainstream press" 

It's not because "Jews Don't Count," Bari, and you know it. 


  1. It's all about politics. Jews are trying to repair their alliance with African-Americans.

  2. Tucker Carlson is loved by Putin's propaganda. There is no symmetry - no Russian journalist is loved by US media.

  3. "Slava Ukrainie" was probably an UPA slogan, now it has lost its nasty color.

  4. She gets away with it because she is a black woman.


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