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If you’re a CNN watcher — and I know that isn’t everyone, given our readership — you probably heard about last week’s anti-Semitic attack in Brooklyn and immediately thought about some sort of alt-right and/or white supremacist nut job behind it.
The case involved a man who allegedly wrote hateful messages at the Union Temple of Brooklyn in New York City late last week.
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“And a Brooklyn man has been arrested and charged with a hate crime for anti-Semitic messages found in a New York synagogue on Thursday,” anchor Fredricka Whitfield intoned.
“James Polite is also charged with criminal mischief and making graffiti.
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“Police say the messages were on four floors of the Union Temple Of Brooklyn,” Whitfield added. “Mayor Bill de Blasio calls the incident deeply disturbing to all New Yorkers.”
Now, you can make several inferences from that brief report.
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Aside from having a tragically Dickensian name for this kind of sickening act, the average viewer might think Polite was probably a far-right bigot, the kind of loner who supported fringe figures like Richard Spencer or David Duke.
He probably posted on Gab or 4chan. Heck, you could probably even throw a Proud Boys membership in there.
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Did you guess what happened with with synagogue vandalism?
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All of that sounds very apropos, given the crime. All of that sounds like what the media would like you to think if you were filling in the blanks. And all of that is very, very wrong.
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See, as The Daily Wire pointed out, Polite was actually a Democratic activist. He’d volunteered for Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns. He’d even held an internship with City Hall combatting hate crimes and was the...
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