Trump Puts University Presidents ‘On Notice,’ Pledges To Deal With Pro-Palestinian Protests

(Congressional Agenda) – The presidential campaign of former President Donald Trump put out a new ad last week that issued a warning for the leaders of universities across the United States, saying if he beats President Joe Biden this fall, he won’t tolerate the rampant anti-Semitism that has been seen on campuses ever since last October’s Hamas attack on Israel. It’s shocking to see how many people seem to hate Jews and are calling for Palestinians to commit genocide against them. This is just more proof that the political left of today are the heirs of progressivism pushed by world’s most infamous and evil dictator, Adolf Hitler.

“The online ad, which dropped on Holocaust Remembrance Day, included clips from a speech Trump made as president in 2017 condemning anti-Semitism and remarks he made last fall to the Republican Jewish Coalition following the Hamas Oct. 7 attacks,” The Western Journal reported.

“We’ve seen anti-Semitism on university campuses, in the public square, and in threats against Jewish citizens. This is my pledge to you, we will confront anti-Semitism. We will stamp out prejudice,” Trump commented in the ad. “We will condemn hatred. We will bear witness, and we will act.”

“When I get back into office, I will put every single university and college president on notice. The American taxpayer will not subsidize the creation of terrorist sympathizers on American soil,” the 45th president continued.

He finished by saying, “I will defend our friend and ally the state of Israel like nobody has ever defended it before. I will always stand with the Jewish people.”

Meanwhile, President Biden has refused to come out and condemn the mobs of rabid, hateful leftists occupying campuses across the nation in a show of support for radical Islamic terrorist group Hamas. Hilariously, this same group of terrorists would jump at the opportunity to behead each and every one of them for being infidels. The love they are showing Palestine is most certainly not reciprocated.

“Last week as protests were occurring on many campuses around the country from Columbia University in New York to the University of California, Los Angeles, Trump said at a campaign rally in Wisconsin, ‘To every college president I say remove the encampments immediately, vanquish the radicals, and take back our campuses for all of the normal students who want a safe place from which to learn,'” the WJ noted.

“The beginning of Trump’s ad included news clips that highlight President Joe Biden’s failure to forcefully respond to the protests,” it added.

Back on April 22nd, the president claimed during an exchange with reporters that he does condemn the “anti-Semitic protests” but then added, “I also condemn those that don’t know what’s going on with the Palestinians.”

That’s about as wishy-washy as you can get on an issue. He’s trying to not take a stance, which, in and of itself, is a stance.

A week before, Biden stated that those who are protesting on campuses have the right to do so, but not to start chaos. He then pointed out that damaging property and shutting down campuses violates the law. Biden asserted he’s totally against anti-Semitism, but then also declared he’s against Islamophobia.

“Last month, 27 Republican senators — including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, Katie Britt of Alabama, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Ted Cruz of Texas, Tom Cotton of Arkansas, John Kennedy of Louisiana and Marco Rubio of Florida — sent a letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona and Attorney General Merrick Garland urging them to use their authority to “restore order and protect Jewish students” on college campuses,” the report explained.

The Western Journal revealed that several federal laws have now been violated by these protesters, including those that are against discrimination and expressing support for terrorism.

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