Moore Spokeswoman Shared Anti-Semitic Photo on Social Media

By Jackson Richman

Janet Porter, Roy Moore’s campaign spokesperson, shared an anti-Semitic photo last year depicting Jews being loaded off the cattle cars during the Holocaust allegedly because, as the caption states, “armed people will not load themselves into railroad boxcars.”

Porter nor the administrator or administrators behind the Facebook page that originally posted the photo, “I AM THE TEA PARTY!,” did not respond to a request for comment.

The exposure of Porter’s post is not the only instance of anti-Semitism within Moore’s campaign.

Earlier this week, Moore was accused of anti-Semitism in bashing billionaire George Soros on American Family Radio.

“Soros is certainly trying to alter the voting populous. That’s true. He’s pushing an agenda. And his agenda is sexual in nature. His agenda is liberal and not what Americans need. It’s not American culture,” Moore said. “Soros comes from another world that I don’t identify with.”

He continued, “I wish I could face him, face him directly. And I’d tell him the same thing. No matter how much money he’s got, he’s still going to the same place that people who don’t recognize God & morality & accept his salvation are going. And that’s not a good place.”

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Jackson Richman is an editor at The National Discourse. His work has also been featured in The Weekly Standard, The Daily Caller, The Washington Examiner, Tablet, The Daily Signal, The College Fix, The Huffington Post, The Forward, and other outlets. He has interviewed prominent personalities such as, but not limited to, Pulitzer Prize winners Thomas Friedman and Charles Krauthammer, Fox News contributor Tucker Carlson, former State Department adviser David Makovsky, prominent American rabbi Shmuley Boteach, Iowa representative Steve King, FCC chairman Ajit Pai, Nebraska senator Ben Sasse, comedian Adam Carolla, University of Chicago president Robert Zimmer, and British historian and intellectual Niall Ferguson.