Jewish Grandparents Say They’ll “Haunt Them” if Grandkids Vote for this Person

By: Sharon Aron Baron

One political action group enlisted a few powerful allies in the effort to defeat Donald Trump: grandparents, specifically Jewish grandparents, who lecture the younger generation on why electing Trump would be dangerous.

This funny video by the Bend the Arc Jewish Action wants to sound the alarm about Donald Trump’s hateful anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim, anti-woman, and violent agenda and they have enlisted some of their most powerful allies in the effort to defeat Donald Trump.

“We have seen this before, we saw it in Germany and we don’t want to see it here,” says one grandmother. They go on to call him “narcissistic” “petulant” “definitely a tyrant.”

If you vote, one says, the future is yours.  If you don’t..”I’ll haunt you when I die”  One even threatens to spoil every episode of Game of Thrones.

The video has a clear message, and that’s never again. According to their website, We’ve Seen This Before, Trump has singled out Muslims and immigrants and blamed them for all of our nation’s troubles. He has threatened to register Muslim Americans, or stop them at the border. He plans to deport tens of thousands of immigrants who have been living peacefully in this country and contributed innumerably to our nation’s culture, economy and character. He has shown a casual and callous disregard for the truth and the freedom of the press. He has encouraged mob violence against those who do not support him politically. He has made veiled threats of official state violence.

They write that many of our parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents fled to the United States to escape violence and discrimination from around the world. And when they arrived here, many of our ancestors who had escaped oppression saw some of those same horrors being visited on people of color in this country, and they acted. They said not again, not here.


About Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and writer for Tamarac Talk and Coral Springs Talk. Tamarac Talk was created in 2010 to provide News, Views and Entertainment for the residents of Tamarac and to give resident's a forum. We are not affiliated with the City of Tamarac. That's why this site can be occasionally opinionated and obviously open.


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  • ron smith

    I was horrified Sunday morning to watch CNN footage of a Trump Rally held in Arizona Saturday night. A group of his “supporters” yelled Seig Heil! Seig Heil! Seig Heil! Then, as if the crowd had somehow gathered a self ordained legitimacy, a much louder, much longer chant began…Jew S. A…. Jew S….. A Jew S.A…. spewed from their angry hateful, vulgar voices. I was appalled! No, I was frightened! Trump stood on the podium silently smiling his skunk eating smile content to allow the outbreak to continue.
    I am not Jewish but I seen the results of this kind behavior before too. I remember the Knights of the Klu Klux Klan March in Stokey Illinois back when I was a teenager. I hated it then and I hate it now.
    Haunt my grandchildren for voting for Trump….No…..I will haunt the children of my grandchildren for a thousand generations. The hate must end next Tuesday!

    • Morris Alkes

      This is not true about Trump being a Jew hater and agreed with supporters calling anti Jewish remarks . You might not like him but,please don’t make up stories ‘
      By the way remember that the Clinton campaign hired agitators paying them Fifteen hundred dollars to cause trouble in the Trump speeches by carrying anti Jewish and
      Confederate flags .
      Some of the trouble makers Trump called to throw out were shouting anti Jewish slurs at him for having some of his children converting to Judism.
      Like him or not don’t throw this Hitler stuff around and KKK stuff around so easily as you make thinking people more sympathetic to him as you did to me as I know he has many Jews working in his business and campaign .

  • ron smith

    AN OPEN LETTER TO Morris Aikes: Dear Sir: Since you obviously didn’t see the footage to which I referred on CNN or MSNBC or Fox News Network or you find yourself incapable of believing your own lying eyes, please allow me to alert you to an indisputable fact set forth by your president elect. It comes from reliable sources such as CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, BLOOMBERG REPORT, CNN and I shudder to say, FOX NEWS NETWORK that STEVE BANNON will serve as the president elects CHIEF STRAIGEST in the White House. I assume you have heard of Steve Bannon. He is the president of Bretbart News Agency which exposes conspiracy theories, hatred and altright (neo-Nazis) propaganda ie. skin heads, KKK. anti Muslim, anti immigrants and a host of other haters including anti feminists and anti gays and probably early term babies. I enclose for your edification and education the following definition of Steve Bannon’s Bretbart News. This is the definition ascribed by Wilpedia, the most accepted source of information on the internet, and incidentally advertised by Steve Bannon and his thoroughly discredited journalistic rag.

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The alt-right is a loose group of people with far right ideologies who reject mainstream conservatism in the United States.[1][2] The writings of the group are largely Internet-based and are found on websites such as 4chan and 8chan, where anonymous members create and use Internet memes to express themselves.[3][4][5] It is difficult to tell how much of what people write is serious, and how much is intended to provoke outrage.[6][7] Members of the alt-right use social media like Twitter and Breitbart News to convey their message.[8][9]
    Generally alt-right postings support Republican President-elect Donald Trump,[10] and oppose immigration, multiculturalism and political correctness.[2][11][12]
    The alt-right has no formal ideology, although various sources have stated that white nationalism is fundamental.[1][2][7] It has also been associated with white supremacism,[3][13][14] Islamophobia,[15][16][17][18][19] antifeminism,[1][12] homophobia,[20][21][22] antisemitism,[1][2][4] ethno-nationalism,[23] right-wing populism,[7] nativism,[24] traditionalism,[25] and the neoreactionary movement.[3][25][26] ‘Alt-right’ is a recently coined umbrella term, with no clear criteria of membership yet agreed upon.[27] The movement has been associated with multiple ideologies from American nationalism, neo-monarchists to men’s rights advocates and people who oppose mainstream conservatism.[28][29]

    Mr. AIKES, I introduce you to one of your Presidents Men and his Chief Strategists! Good Luck to You sir and may God Bless the USA!

    • lara