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Thomas Massie’s Anti-Zionism Meme Heard Around the World

A picture is truly worth a thousand words. Nowadays, a meme is more valuable than a series of essays as a succinct, effective means of delivering a message. In many ways, the most effective memes speak for the people in ways the elite would be loath to speak, much like the political cartoons of old.

Enter Congressman Thomas Massie, a semi-libertarian, constitutional conservative from Kentucky who has a rather perplexing record in Congress. In many ways, he is a fighter who takes up battles most politicians refuse, such as forcing Congress to vote when spending trillions of dollars over a cold. At the same time, he voted for Trump’s New Deal. In 2023, he was absent during the speaker fight.

However, he has taken shots at the most powerful lobbying interest in Washington: AIPAC. AIPAC represents Israeli interest in Washington and claims that “98% of AIPAC-backed candidates won their general election races in 2022.” Because Massie had the fortitude to confront AIPAC, he has been targeted by the PAC via advertising with the latest iteration stemming after the October attacks.

Massie AIPAC Tweet

Massie would go on to be the lone Republican who voted against the resolution H. Res. 888, later tweeting, “I agree with the title “Reaffirming the State of Israel’s Right to Exist” and much of the language, but I’m voting No on the resolution because it equates anti-Zionism with antisemitism. Antisemitism is deplorable, but expanding it to include criticism of Israel is not helpful.”

Massie Tweet

The meme, posted on December 5th, is straight to the point in declaring that Congress cares more about Israel than the American people. To contend that anti-Zionism is not antisemitism is tragically dangerous waters both on the right and in the American culture at large. Because of dispensationalism, this thought is prevalent in the American Church. There is growing sentiment on the right that is increasingly against foreign entanglements and their representatives putting the interests of other nations above America. There is no money for border security or those struggling with the cost of living, but plenty for Ukraine and Israel. There is an increasing segment of Americans noticing a pattern within those perpetuating degeneracy in our culture, something even Charlie Kirk has addressed. And the disproportionate power certain groups wield both within politics and against individuals, even billionaires like Elon Musk.

Congress concerns itself with college campus “antisemitism” stemming from ideas that Jewish donors funded for years. They do this after ignoring the years of anti-white indoctrination and the discriminatory admissions processes.

Thomas Massie is perhaps the best representative in Congress, and perhaps the only member who is representing Americans first.

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