JUST IN: Trump Goes Silent After Staffer Exposed As A Nazi Sympathizing Racist (DETAILS)


Donald Trump came into the White House with a cluster of pro-Nazi supporters and Holocaust deniers, but many assumed the situation could not be so terribly bad. After all, he was president of the United States and accepted the mantle that carried all the dignity the office offered. Unfortunately, Trump’s involvement with home-grown terrorists was actually worse than people thought.

Take 45’s appointment of leading anti-abortion activist, Teresa Manning, to the position of deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). She came from the positions of  legislative analyst at the very conservative Family Research Council and lobbyist for the National Right to Life Committee. Yet, her job duties now include heading the nation’s family planning policy.

Keep in mind, Manning doubts contraception’s ability to prevent pregnancies, which reminds us of the ancient Australian aborigines’ belief that there was no relationship between intercourse and procreation. The new deputy assistant secretary has also advocated that family planning should not be within the scope of government. Vice President Mike Pence has been a strong pro-life supporter, too.

If those reasons were not enough to condemn Manning, she has also been a cheerleader for those who deny the Holocaust ever existed. Of course, Donald Trump did not go to the Holocaust Memorial when he traveled to Poland. Instead, at the last minute, Ivanka Trump arrived for a photo op.

In 2003, Teresa Wagner, aka Teresa Manning, edited the book Back To The Drawing Board: The Future Of The Pro-Life Movement. It contained essays written by died-in-the-wool anti-abortion activists. She publicized the book by moderating a pro-life panel consisting of the books’ authors at the Institute for Historical Review’s (IHR) 14th annual convention. which the Republican National Coalition for Life sponsored

As part of that panel, she introduced former senior editor at National Review, Joe Sobran. He wrote the chapter entitled The Republican ‘Lesser Evil‘ that claimed Republicans have not considered anti-abortion a key issue. The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) wrote that the group was:


‘Founded in 1978 by Willis Carto, a longtime anti-Semite, the Institute for Historical Review (IHR) is a pseudo-academic organization that claims to seek :truth and accuracy in history,: but whose real purpose is to promote Holocaust denial and defend Nazism.’

In addition, SPLC attendees included Holocaust denier and Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan David Duke. The organization said :

‘IHR’s yearly conferences were key events that offered networking opportunities for neo-Nazis and anti-Semites from around the world.’

According to Mother Jones, Manning’s pal Sobran claimed:

‘Fewer than a million Jews perished of various causes—chiefly disease—during World War II…(and) many Holocaust ‘witnesses’ have been discredited.’

The assistant secretary is yet one more member of Trump’s scary band of friends.

Check out this video about a Holocaust survivor’s experience:

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