The below tweets could have been written by Richard Spencer but in fact, they were written by the chief editor of one of the largest Jewish publications worldwide.
Are these the kind of statements one would expect from the chief editor of one of the largest Jewish publications? Are these the values of the Jewish Press and the advertisers who support them?
Resnick’s vile rhetoric isn’t new. A simple review of his statements from the last 12 months alone reveal a deeply troubled individual. It is truly astounding that the Jewish Press and their advertisers, especially Yeshiva University and the Orthodox Union would support this type of language from someone in such a prominent position at the paper.
While one can try to argue that these are the opinions of just one person, this one person is the chief editor of this paper; he is the gatekeeper of what gets published and what doesn’t. One need not look very far back to notice that since Mr. Resnick has been elevated to his current position, the tone of the articles of LGBT people has grown more hostile with articles against LGBT people being published on a much more frequent basis.
This is not just about LGBTQ people, Mr. Resnick has waged an all out assault on our community since his entrance to public life. This is about an individual who has on an often basis denigrated minority groups of all kinds without thinking twice. His Twitter feed comes across as that of someone who can be described as a member of the alt-right community but in fact, he is the chief editor of a Jewish communal newspaper of global reach.
What does it say about the Jewish Press that their chief editor can’t seem to identify what a white nationalist is?
This post from two days ago accompanied an article in the Jewish Press that compared LGBTQ people to animals.
Lastly, I would be remiss if I forgot this gem
What's worse - sexual harassment or adultery? - WND
By Elliot Resnick Another day, another accusation of sexual harassment. If you're guilty to the slightest degree…
“Naturally, I would love to see a more moral America. I would love to see us return to a time when women were treated (and dressed) like princesses. When curse words were verboten in decent company. When the marital bed was reserved for, well, marriage.”
This man represents the Jewish Press and their advertisers. If you support these statements, carry on, if you don’t believe that these statements represent your values but advertise with this paper, let them know.