According to “Fox News”, supporters of the grassroots movement are committed to the Jewish liberation plan and held a protest outside the NBC studio on Saturday in response to the “Saturday Night Live” star Michael Che’s recent “anti-Semitic” joke.
The protest was co-sponsored by End Jew Hatred, former Brooklyn council member Dov Hikind, Liberate Art and Yad Yamin New York.
Those planning to protest at the New York City studios attacked Che’s jokes in last Saturday’s “SNL” episode. The comedian said: “Israel reports that they have vaccinated half of the population. I think this is Jewish. Half of it…”
“Michael Che is a stubborn man-simple and straightforward. Not only is his’joke’ the laziest form of comedy, but it also has long-standing vile lies that exacerbate the already rising anti-Semitism in the United States. NBC must clearly point out that Brooke Goldstein, the executive director of the Jewish Hate project Laware project and partner of “Jewish Hate”, said in a statement to Fox News: “There is no place for Che and SNL writers on the Internet. Responsible for spreading hatred. “
Co-Jeff Ross (Jeff ROSS) defends the joke of “SNL” star Michael Che (Michael CHE), calling Israel deceived by ADL as “ANTI-SEMITIC”
Throughout the week, Che has been strongly opposed to this joke, and many critics call it “anti-Semitic.”
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) told Fox News in a statement on Monday evening that although the department is “known for sharp criticism and public bashing,” Chel’s jokes “not only missed the score, but crossed the line. -This is the premise”. A joke about the fact that is not true, and an anti-Semitic claim in the process. “
NBC’s “SNL” S MICHAEL CHE is suspected of “epidemic prevention” in the “Weekend Update” section: “Retreat and apologize”
The team even further stated that it had been monitoring “weekend updates” this quarter and stated that the segment was “improperly used”[d] Jews have repeatedly become “the cusp of the storm.”
The statement attracted the attention of social media, caused an uproar among the audience, and triggered a petition from the American Jewish Committee (AJC) demanding that NBC “withdraw its cruel claims and apologize immediately.”
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The organization called this joke “absolutely wrong,” and “a dangerous, modern twist on classic anti-Semitic. In the entire century, countless Jews have been murdered.”
The petition continued: “The speech has consequences. When a large American television company was vaccinated against Israelis (praised by Dr. Anthony Fauci and others) who claimed that Israel only supported some of its citizens in its admirable endeavour, the Jewish people In danger. All residents.”
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NBC told Fox News that it had “no comment.” Representatives of Che did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment on Saturday.