David Saperstein Shills For Jay "a little anti-Semitism is good for the Jews" Lefkowitz
|Subject:||Exclusive: Saperstein allied with Jay "a little anti-Semitism is good for the Jews" Lefkowitz, who incited Karl Rove to get Weyrich crtiic fired|
|Date:||Fri, Feb 24, 2017 5:39 pm|
He got the job because his cousin Michael Horowitz, who helped write the legislation, arranged it
Neo-con affirmative action
Banned Evan Gahr from RAC in 2006 when he pushed him on MH ties
Mr. Roth, please forward to DOJ. I am putting together a detailed letter for regular mail that I am going to mail myself and ask Schumer to get involved.
Legally speaking, I am the victim of a left-right civil and criminal conspiracy dating to 2001 to deprive me of my civil rights and First Amendment rights that dates back almost 16 years, most recently the NYU library ban. And continues with ongoing denial of employment by various conservative outlets and the bar on attending NR events, etc.
David, your disappearing act, ignoring multiple urgent emails, [asking you to tell MH to release the letter about you] and makes me believe you had advance or contemporaneous or independent knowledge of [the MH FedEx ACH stunt to shut me up over Weyrich and the White House.] Why wouldn't you? I know both of you talked all the time. I know everything and everything went down. My kind of girlfriend was friends with your press secretary Alexis. At some party or something she was telling everybody how loud and aggressive MH is when he called RAC all the time looking for you.
Did you ever discuss his communications with him? I asked you REPEATEDLY to tell him to release the letter about you. Did you talk to him?
Incidentally, you banned me from RAC in 2006. Is that still in effect? That is illegal retaliation because of my DCHRA Hudson lawsuit. Lack of response means yes. I won't read anything unless it is reply all.
Why did you praise Jay "a little anti-Semitism is good for the Jews" Lefkowitz as a friend of the Jewish community to the New York Sun when his cousin MH was pushing him for Special Envoy to North Korea? Because Michael Horowitz asked you to?
"The director of the religious action center, Rabbi David Saperstein, who has also worked to bring attention to the human rights crisis in North Korea, said Mr. Lefkowitz was qualified for the envoy position. "Jay has proved himself to be very wise politically, a great coalition builder, and he clearly has the trust of the president in the White House, and that is the most important characteristic of the envoy," he said."
1. He was unqualified--position required foreign policy experience; he had none
2. Is this your idea of Jay Lefkowitz building coalitions? The coalition that took "a great interest" in the matter of "my employment."
C. BLOGGER'S MEDICATION CLAIM Bill Clinton has been out of office for nearly five years, and still the conservatives won't get off the former President's case. Washington blogger Evan Gahr, who runs the chimpstein.
com Web site, yesterday wrote that "a psychiatrist colleague of Clinton's physician" revealed to him that Clinton is "taking antidepressants.
" The 59-year-old Clinton underwent open-heart surgery in September 2004, and Manhattan psychiatrist Peter Shapiro, who does not treat Clinton, told me that 20% to 30% of heart-surgery patients - compared with 5% to 15% of the general population - suffer post-operative depression. Yesterday Clinton's spokesman, Jay Carson, denied that his boss is taking antidepressants. From Tel Aviv, where the former President is on a well-publicized visit to Israel with his wife, Sen. Hillary Clinton, Carson E-mailed: "This is totally untrue, but this kind of fabrication is probably to be expected from a guy who has made his living attacking President Clinton and was fired from his last job for, among other things, playing with stuffed animals during a serious TV interview.
" Carson is "lying about me, and he's probably lying about Clinton," Gahr retorted. "When you work for a known liar, you probably shouldn't question others' credibility.
" Gahr, who in 2001 was fired from conceded that he once brandished a stuffed chimp during a debate on Fox News' "Hannity & Colmes.
But he said he was fired at the behest of the Bush White House for criticizing the Christian right. Gahr told Lowdown his source was Frank T. Miller, a Manhattan psychiatrist who treats Gahr for depression. Gahr said Miller - who confirmed his patient's account to me, but declined further comment -