When Democrats threatened to deport naturalized U.S. citizen Sebastian Gorka over phony allegations, the media yawned. But now they can’t stop talking President Trump's tweet that four Democrat members of Congress can “go back to where they came from.” https://t.co/FnCmLsiBSZ— The Federalist (@FDRLST) July 18, 2019
Nadler cited a hit piece written by The Forward attempted to link Gorka to far-right anti-Semitic groups in Hungary. The headline of the article read: "EXCLUSIVE: Nazi-Allied Group Claims Top Trump Aide Sebastian Gorka As Sworn Member."
However, as David Harsanyi at The Federalist points out, the author of this hit piece admitted that there is no solid evidence for its headline or even the smears against him as an anti-Semite.
Here’s Dick Durban’s evil letter to DOJ and DHS, pushing them to revoke @SebGorka’s citizenship based on a total lie. Today’s bed-wetters—who virtue signal like chumps—were silent. https://t.co/VUuJKSht31 pic.twitter.com/dbvSb9Wnqy— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) July 18, 2019
But showing no shame:
Watching the President lie (again) to the American people, spreading racist and xenophobic propaganda against @Ilhan with the crowd being goaded into chants of “send her back” was both chilling and horrifying. There is no place for such racism in our public discourse. https://t.co/SHm3Svb8Mx— (((Rep. Nadler))) (@RepJerryNadler) July 18, 2019
Something you won't see on CNN, ABC, NBC or CBS.