Wolf Blitzer

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Wolf Isaac Blitzer (born 22 March 1948) ) is an American Jewish journalist, television news anchor, and author, who has been a CNN reporter since 1990, and is currently Principal Anchor at the network. He is the host of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer and until 2021, served as the network's lead political anchor.

Blitzer is a Zionist and former American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) staffer. His support of Jewish nationalism, Israel, and pro-Jewish interests on CNN (which applies a double standard and is strongly biased against White nationalism) has frequently been criticized by critics of the Israel lobby and pro-Palestinian supporters, among others.

In 2006, when he interviewed David Duke live, Blitzer suddenly announced that they were “about to lose the satellite feed!” and suddenly cut the interview, according to Duke due to being "Blitzed" by Duke. Duke also stated that "What has been most amazing is that I have so far received about 150 letters from journalists in the United States and elsewhere who are ecstatic that Wolf Blitzer finally got his comeuppance. They thanked me for saying what they couldn’t without career suicide."[1]

Quotes

Whether in the Pentagon, the State Department, the Central Intelligence Agency, the White House, the National Security Council, the Justice Department, the FBI or the Congress, there is no shortage of Jews working in very senior and extremely sensitive positions.
—Wolf Blitzer, 1986.[2]

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References

  1. When Dr Duke Blitzed CNN’s Zionist Agent Wolf Blitzer Live on International TV! https://davidduke.com/dr-duke-indicts-zionist-policies-delivers-withering-cannonade/
  2. A Critique of the Charge of anti-Semitism https://codoh.com/library/document/a-critique-of-the-charge-of-anti-semitism/en/
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