Cynthia McKinney, PhD, 61, former Congresswoman whom Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy and associate editor of the Jewish Wall Street Journal, wished to be US President. She is an Afro-American politician, who is hated by the Jewish Lobby the most. She is the only US lawmaker who refused to take orders from AIPAC on Washington’s foreign policy. She is the first Afro-American woman to represent Georgia. After serving six terms, she was removed from Congress in 2006 by the Jewish groups by dividing her constituency and merging it with White Judeo-Christian majority areas. She also writes a blog.
On July 23, she posted on Twitter: “Same Israeli photographer captures Nice and Munich tragedies. How likely is that? Remember the Dancing Israelis?”
The Tweet included a link to a video by American academic Kevin Barrett, PhD (listen below).
Jewish media was swift to call Cynthia McKinney “a conspiracy theorist”. On July 25, the Jewish Telegraph Agency (JTA) responded to the Tweet, saying: “Dancing Israelis refers to a conspiracy theory that five Israeli men were detained by police in New Jersey on Sept. 11, 2001 after being caught celebrating the attack on the World Trade Center.” Watch JTA lie refuted below.
Richard Gutjahr, who filmed the Nice and Munich shooting, is a German-born Zionist Christian who studied in Germany, France and United States. He lives both in Germany and Israel. He is married to former Israeli Mossad agent and Knesset member Lieutenant Dr. Einat Wilf. She is a senior fellow with the Jewish People Policy Institute, an adjunct fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), and a roving global ambassador for Israel Hasbara Committee.
On July 26, Jewish website, Family Security Matters, reported that Colonel Olivier Rafowicz, Israel Occupation Force (IOF) accompanied an Israeli delegation to Nice for security consultations. Private Israeli security agencies are quietly hired by French private and public companies. The Family Security Matters is mouthpiece of pro-Israel Frank Gaffney‘s Center for Security Policy.