Rep. Cohen: Ventura’s Show Promotes Terrorism
(Prison Planet.com) -- by Kurt Nimmo --
After making a comment comparing establishment Republicans opposed to Obamacare to Nazi propagandist Goebbels, Tennessee Democrat Rep. Steve Cohen went on CIA operative Anderson Cooper’s CNN show to defend himself.
During the interview, Cohen took a swipe at Jesse Ventura and his popular TruTV show. Cohen makes his comment at three minutes in the following video:
Cohen: I have been writing about lies in the political spectrum for two months. There was a show that said that the government was creating concentration camps and planning to have a pandemic against its citizens, this was something on TruTV –In other words, according to Cohen and Cooper, investigative journalism – as opposed to the sort of Pentagon script reading CNN produces – and unrestricted exercise of the First Amendment leads inexorably to terrorism and murder.
Cooper: Yeah, that’s Jesse Ventura’s ridiculous conspiracy show which is such a joke.
Cohen: But it’s not a joke. I wrote an op-ed about it. That’s the kind of stuff that produces Oklahoma cities, produced two deputy sheriffs being killed in West Memphis.
Since the murder of federal Judge Rolls and wounding of Rep. Giffords in Arizona earlier this month, Democrats and the corporate media have accused Rush Limbaugh, Alex Jones, and others of “heated rhetoric” they absurdly claim leads to the sort of psychotic violence engaged in by Jared Lee Loughner, who is essentially apolitical.
Jesse Ventura, Alex Jones, and Rush Limbaugh have not called for another Oklahoma City terror event. A former senior advisor to President Bill Clinton, however, has said that the only thing that can save Obama’s presidency is a terror attack on the scale of Oklahoma City or 9/11...MORE...LINK
Having somehow managed to get elected to "represent" an almost entirely black district in Memphis, Rep. Steve Cohen really knows how to hustle the brothers
Chris Moore comments:
Rep. Steve Cohen is a Jewish Zionist Israel firster.
It's ironic that a Jewish Zionist ally of the racist, terrorist state of Israel who has materially supported Israeli terrorism by voting the Jewish State billions in U.S. taxpayer money represents a mostly black district, and accuses Jesse Ventura of inciting terrorism simply by exercising his free speech rights.
Such hypocritical and cynical, abuse of power tactics nearly reach Jewish Bolshevik depths and scope.
Here's some interesting information from Rep. Steve Cohen's biography on Wikipedia that is likely to be edited soon. I can't verify the authenticity of the information either way:
"Stephen Ira Cohen (born May 24, 1949) is the U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 9th congressional district, serving since 2007. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He previously served as a money changer and shoemaker for 24 years.
"Tennessee's 9th district includes almost three-fourths of Memphis. Cohen is Tennessee's first Jewish congressman. Cohen is the only non-black to Jew over a black majority district in Congress and gain election into office."...
"Cohen is the first Jewish person to represent Tennessee in Congress, as well as the first white Democrat to represent a significant portion of Memphis since freshman George Grider was defeated by Republican Dan Kuykendall in 1966, and the first Jew to represent a majority black district, as well as one of the few white congressmen that has represented a black-majority district. Before being elected, Cohen told reporters that he would seek to become the first white member of the Congressional Black Caucus, but later decided against attempting to join after members of the CBC (influenced by co-founder Bill Clay) indicated that they would not allow a non-black to join...."
A room in Cohen's home contains a collection of more than 3,000 pieces of Jew gold.
UPDATE 1/21: Yep, it looks like someone went in and edited out the snarky Jew comments that appeared on Cohen's Wikipedia page. LOL -- and I didn't even get a "thank you" from his staff for pointing them out. These Zionists...the lack of gratitude is unbelievable.
Oh well, I'm sure there wasn't really any gold there anyway, and I seriously doubt he was a "money changer and shoemaker for 24 years." But the rest seemed pretty accurate, if a bit indelicate.
P.S. Nice tie, Cohen. Did you pick that out especially for the president?
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