Trump Derangement Syndrome




The 46-year-old resident of Pittsburgh suburb used anti-Semitic slurs, and complained that President Donald Trump was surrounded by “too many Jewish people.”  Was he referring to Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kurshner, Senior Adviser to the president?  Perhaps Bowers did not like Trump’s strong support for Israel.  Ivanka Trump’s conversion to Judaism must have sent Bowers over the top.

“For the record, I did not vote for him nor have I owned, worn or even touched a MAGA hat,” Bowers posted on social media.  In a post he just days before the slaughter, he called the president a “globalist, not a nationalist.  There is no #MAGA as long as there is a [slur for Jews] infestation.”

Bowers further extended his anger to President Trump, whom he accused of not achieving the political goals Bowers wanted: “I can’t sit by and watch my people get slaughtered,” Bowers wrote.  “Screw your optics, I’m going in.”

“Jews are the children of Satan,” read Bowers’ biography.

The president did not have to poll-test his response to this mindless slaughter:  “When people do this, they should get the death penalty,” Trump said.  “And they shouldn’t have to wait years and years.  I think they should very much bring the death penalty into vogue.”


Bowers is not only a bigot, but an ignorant bigot.  He blamed Jews for bringing Muslims to America, seemingly unaware that Muslims have as much hatred for Jews as he does.  He frequently reposted anti-Semitic content that alleged Jews control the nation.  One post said: “Open you Eyes!  It’s the filthy EVIL jews Bringing the Filthy EVIL Muslims into the Country!!”

“Make no mistake, that man went into that synagogue deliberately, intentionally, not just to harm the individuals who were there but to terrorize the entire community,” said Jonathan Greenblatt of the Anti-Defamation League.

America is grappling with the virulent rise of anti-Semitism, from both The Left and The Right.  Academia is full of anti-Semitic professors spewing hatred.  Saturday’s attack in Pittsburgh comes after a year that has seen a sharp uptick in bomb threats, anti-Semitic rallies, social media threats and spray-painted swastikas on synagogues targeted at Jewish-Americans, according to Greenblatt.


“Trump is a Traitor.  Trump Has Destroyed Our Democracy.  It’s Time to Destroy Trump & Co.”

A deranged supporter of Bernie Sanders posted these words on social media several months before opening fire at Republicans at a baseball practice.  Shortly after the 2016 election, he put a plan in place, driving from Illinois to the Washington DC area to stalk GOP politicians.

Eventually, this maniac found his targets in an Alexandria, VA park.  He asked “Republican or Democrat?”  When he heard the answer “Republican,” he walked over to a place to begin his assault.  The FBI later found a list in the shooter’s van which contained the names of six lawmakers.  ALL were Republicans and conservative members of the Freedom Caucus.

No one on the Right blamed Bernie because his supporter tried to assassinate GOP politicians.  Yet, in the most asinine example of their lunacy this year, the MSM & Democrats are blaming Trump for the actions of a Trump hater.  Say what?

Diane L. Gruber

American Nationalist



Authorities have identified the 11 people killed in Saturday’s mass shooting.  The ages of the victims ranged from 54 to 97, including two brothers and an elderly couple.

  • David Rosenthal, 54, of Squirrel Hill
  • Cecil Rosenthal, 59, of Squirrel Hill (David’s brother)
  • Richard Gottfried, 65, of Ross Township
  • Jerry Rabinowitz, 66, of Edgewood Borough
  • Irving Younger, 69, of Mt. Washington, City of Pittsburgh
  • Daniel Stein, 71, of Squirrel Hill
  • Joyce Fienberg, 75, of Oakland, City of Pittsburgh
  • Bernice Simon, 84, of Wilkinsburg
  • Sylvan Simon, 86, of Wilkinsburg (Bernice’s husband)
  • Melvin Wax, 88, of Squirrel Hill
  • Rose Mallinger, 97, of Squirrel Hill


Robert Bowers was charged with 11 counts of criminal homicide and 13 counts of ethnic intimidation, which are hate crimes.  According to the Allegheny County Criminal Complaint against Bowers, he told a SWAT operator while receiving medical treatment that he wanted “all Jews to die” and that he believed Jews were “committing genocide to his people.”


The Department of Justice announced that 29 federal charges had been filed against Robert Bowers, including 11 counts of obstruction of exercise of religious beliefs resulting in death; 11 counts of use of a firearm to commit murder during a crime of violence; four counts of obstruction of exercise of religious beliefs resulting in bodily injury to a public safety officer and three counts of use and discharge of a firearm during a crime of violence.

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