Wednesday, 26 August 2020

'Angel mom' is pulled from RNC speaking schedule with minutes to go after tweeting anti-Semitic conspiracy theory she claims she 'didn't read' before posting

A speaker at the Republican National Convention had her speech pulled just minutes before she was to appear before the nation after she tweeted a string of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories that were exposed. 
'Do yourself a favor and read this thread,' wrote Mary Ann Mendoza, an 'Angel mom' who was to speak at President Donald Trump's nominating convention. Her son was killed by a drunk driver who was in the country illegally. Trump has held multiple events with 'angel moms' to fuel his campaign against illegal immigration.
The tweet linked to a series of conspiracy theories involving the The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a trope that runs back to the Nazi era.  It also tied in conspiracy theories involving the Rothschids, a famous European banking family, accusing them of a plot to terrorize non-jews.
Mary Ann Mendoza, an 'Angel mom' who was to speak at President Donald Trump's nominating convention, had her speech canceled minutes before a scheduled appearance following a report on an anti-Semitic post she retweeted
Mary Ann Mendoza, an 'Angel mom' who was to speak at President Donald Trump's nominating convention, had her speech canceled minutes before a scheduled appearance following a report on an anti-Semitic post she retweeted
After the Daily Beast reported on the tweets promoted by Mendoza, she apologized 'for not paying attention to the intent of the whole message.'
'That does not reflect my feelings or personal thoughts whatsoever,' she wrote on Twitter. 
The tweet Mendoza first promoted, posted by Twitter user @WarNuse, also featured a series of QAnon references.

Immigration Reform Advocate Mary Ann Mendoza speaks as U.S. President Donald Trump listens during a veto signing in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Friday, March 15, 2019. Her speech to the Republican convention got pulled minutes before her planned appearance
Immigration Reform Advocate Mary Ann Mendoza speaks as U.S. President Donald Trump listens during a veto signing in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Friday, March 15, 2019. Her speech to the Republican convention got pulled minutes before her planned appearance
Immigration Reform Advocate Mary Ann Mendoza, right, speaks during the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S., on Monday, July 18, 2016. Her speech four years later got scrapped after she posted anti-Semitic conspiracy theories
Immigration Reform Advocate Mary Ann Mendoza, right, speaks during the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S., on Monday, July 18, 2016. Her speech four years later got scrapped after she posted anti-Semitic conspiracy theories
Mendoza posted a threat the tied together a string of conspiracy theories
Mendoza posted a threat the tied together a string of conspiracy theories
Mendoza tweeted an apology saying she had not read every post in the threat she blasted out to her followers
Mendoza tweeted an apology saying she had not read every post in the threat she blasted out to her followers
Trump last week accepted support from the group when asked about it. It's members, among other things, believe in a deep state and charges a satanic cult of pedophiles is working against the country, and that only Trump can save it.
The tweet then meanders to President Andrew Jackson and his campaign against the Second Bank of the United States, then singles out Jewish members of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, then turned to the sinking of the Titanic and said President John F. Kennedy was assassinated because he 'printed $4 Billion Worth Of Non-Interest Bearing Money Which Meant He Began To Chop At The Profits Of The Vipers.'

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