Artist who drew antisemitic cartoon invited to White House
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Artist who drew antisemitic cartoon invited to White House

Cartoonist Ben Garrison was condemned for his Soros Rothschild work, which was branded 'blatantly antisemitic' by the ADL

An artist who drew a cartoon that showed U.S. government officials as puppets of George Soros and the Rothschilds says he has been invited to the White House by President Donald Trump.

The Anti-Defamation League called Ben Garrison’s 2017 cartoon “blatantly antisemitic” and said that “the thrust of the cartoon is clear: (then-National Security Adviser H.R.) McMaster is merely a puppet of a Jewish conspiracy.”

The cartoon, which the ADL said was commissioned by right-wing radio host Mike Cernovich, shows liberal Jewish philanthropist George Soros pulling the strings of McMaster and former CIA director Gen. David Petraeus. Above Soros, a green hand labelled “Rothschilds,” the well-known Jewish banking family, manipulates him.

Cernovich is known for starting the “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory, which claimed that the Clintons were running a paedophile ring in the basement of a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant.

The Rothschilds often appear in antisemitic conspiracy theories, which have them running a secretive international Jewish cabal that controls the world.

Garrison tweeted an image of his invitation to the White House for a social media summit, saying he was “honoured.”

CNN’s Jake Tapper tweeted about the invite.

 

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