Trump's Anti-Semitic Final Campaign Ad Is A Deafening Dog Whistle To The Alt-Right (VIDEO)

Trump’s Anti-Semitic Final Campaign Ad Is A Deafening Dog Whistle To The Alt-Right (VIDEO)

Trump Speaks Fluent Anti-Semitic

Make no mistake – Donald Trump’s entire campaign has been built on dog whistles, racism and anti-Semitic language that has grown increasingly loud and blatant as he grows ever more emboldened by the open embrace of White Nationalists and the alt-right.

Trump’s latest ad, released on Friday, is no different.

The clip from the Republican presidential nominee warns of “evil global elites” and uses three Jewish people as examples in the ad. The language used is the language of anti-Semites, according to Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League.

“Whether intentional or not, the images and rhetoric in this ad touch on subjects that anti-Semites have used for ages.”

Greenblatt added that as tensions rise even higher as the election nears, “all candidates need to be especially responsible and bid for votes by offering sincere ideas and policy proposals, not by conjuring painful stereotypes and baseless conspiracy theories.”

‘It’s An Appeal To Some Of The Worst Elements In Our Country’

And Senator Al Franken also agrees that the ad is an anti-Semitic dog whistle…and yet another nod to the alt-right which has enthusiastically endorsed Donald Trump, as well.

“When I saw the ad, I thought that this was something of a German shepherd whistle, a dog-whistle, to a certain group in the United States,” Franken said during an interview on CNN’s State of the Union.

Then Franken added that Trump’s anti-Semitic ad speaks “to a certain part of his alt-right base.”

“It’s an appeal to some of the worst elements in our country as his closing argument, and I think that people who aren’t sensitive to that or don’t know that history may not see that in that [ad], but that’s what I immediately saw.”

The anti-Semitic ad is titled “Donald Trump’s Argument for America,” but it’s an argument against everything for which America stands. Trump’s final appeal to the American public on the eve of the election is nothing more than a love letter written to his rabid fan base, with barely cloaked hatred and a deafening dog whistle of a nod to those factions in America that do anything but make America great.

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Watch the ad below, share, and – most importantly – vote on Tuesday.

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