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Published On: Fri, Dec 30th, 2016

Roseanne Barr: Obama like Nazis with anti-Jew attacks, says evil goes around

Actress, comedian, author, and political activist Roseanne Barr, who is Jewish, strongly criticized President Barack Obama and his decision to not veto the U.N. resolution denouncing Israeli “settlements” in East Jerusalem, tweeting that Obama’s actions on the eve of Hanukkah mirrored those of the Nazis.

The United States refused to veto the U.N. resolution on Dec. 23, one day before the start of the Jewish holiday Hanukkah.

On Dec. 24, Roseanne Barr tweeted, “Nazis enacted anti jewish laws on the eve of jewish holidays — exactly as @POTUS has done on eve of Hanukkah. Don’t light candles 2night, BHO!”

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“Liberal US Jews just helped Obama condemn the Jewish State to worldwide #BDS and Terrorism. If they light Hanukkah candles 2night = <g>.”

BDS refers to the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement which, according to its website, “works to end international support for Israel’s oppression of Palestinians and pressure Israel to comply with international law.”

Barr further tweeted, “Today is Shabbat — so I will say: Every Evil wished upon Israel and the Jewish Ppl is returned to its Source, cancelled and cleared.”

Shabbat is the Sabbath, Judaism’s day of rest, essentially from sunset on Friday to sunset on Saturday.

Back in August, Barr tweeted, “hillary clinton is surrounded by jew haters who make fun of the holocaust & jewish suffering ….” She did clarify later than she would not vote for Donald Trump, only herself.

Pushed just ahead of Christmas, the UN Security Council vote allows for even more criticism of Israel than the Arab nations already provide. The U.S. abstaining vote appears to send a message against the ally and shocked many critics of the Obama administration and their increasing anti-Israeli stance.

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