Soldier Matt Gaetz Stands Up Against Enshrining Jewish Dominion Into Law

We’ve got Thomas Massie and Matt Gaetz.

That bitch Marg is gross.

The Hill:

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) labeled the House antisemitism legislation as a “ridiculous hate speech bill” ahead of the vote on Wednesday.

The House approved a bill that aims to crack down on antisemitism on college campuses amid ongoing pro-Palestinian protests taking place at U.S. universities across the country. Gaetz voiced his opposition to the bill ahead of the vote, saying that some excerpts of the Bible would meet this bill’s definition of antisemitism.

“This evening, I will vote AGAINST the ridiculous hate speech bill called the ‘Antisemitism Awareness Act,’” he wrote on social media platform X.

“Antisemitism is wrong, but this legislation is written without regard for the Constitution, common sense, or even the common understanding of the meaning of words. The Gospel itself would meet the definition of antisemitism under the terms of this bill!” he continued.

That’s true, obviously. Most of the New Testament meets this definition, and I will piss on the graves of the boomer “Evangelical Christians” who support this maniacal Judaism.

However, antisemitism is not “wrong.” It is the duty of all Christians.

Our Saint Paul said that the Jew is the enemy of all mankind.

All you have to do is look around to see how right he was.

That’s because the Bible is true.

These kikes murdered God.

The bill, if enacted, would require the Department of Education to use the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism when enforcing antidiscrimination laws.

It’s a way to defund all universities that don’t shut down the protests.

Good luck, Jews.

I wish you kikes very good luck.

Because this is where it ends, and there will be no place on this earth safe for you monsters.

Gaetz said that one of the examples of IHRA’s definition of antisemitism includes “claims of Jews killing Jesus.” He then pointed to excerpts from the Bible to back his argument, suggesting that the religious text would fall under the definition.

“The Bible is clear. There is no myth or controversy on this. Therefore, I will not support this bill,” he added on X.

The IHRA defines antisemitism as “a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews” and says “Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.”

The bill would also cover contemporary examples of antisemitism identified by IHRA, including  “using the symbols and messages associated with classic antisemitism (e.g., claims of Jews killing Jesus or blood libel) to characterize Israel or Israelis.”

Jews did kill Jesus. The Bible is clear.

Here’s a symbol for you, Jews:

This time, it’s going to be a lot worse than a pile of shoes.

I promise you that, Jews.


Rivers of blood.

Naked bodies zip-tied in mass graves, Jews.

You set the rules, Jews.

You’re going to regret it.