Kike Andrew Pollack to Kike Christ Wallace, on Fox New (live now):
“Make it the new norm now! You gotta have metal detectors. It’s gotta be like a court house, like a federal building, like an airport. That’s how we need our schools now.”
The kike says he’s waiting for “all the governors” to meet him and get their ZOG instructions.
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Andrew Pollack – does he make you cringe as a jewish person? – DC …
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He’s the jewish dad that was wearing the trump 2020 shirt in fl and today talked about how gun control isn’t the issue and went on that rant about how airports were secure after 9/11 so why aren’t schools (without sitting and thinking that it takes 2 hours to get into an airport and essentially hardening schools …
Brother of Parkland Victim’s Kippah in Oval Office Sends Message to Jewish Youth
By Dovid Margolin, Chabad, February 23, 2018
Meadow Pollack’s family meeting with President Donald Trump, left, at the White House. Her brother, Hunter, says he wore a kippah to send a message that his peers should ‘‘be proud to be Jewish.’’
On Wednesday morning—a week after Meadow Pollack, 18, was killed in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.—her father, Andrew Pollack, and brothers, Huck and Hunter, flew to Washington, D.C., for a roundtable discussion with President Donald Trump at the White House. The televised meeting was widely seen, with Andrew’s dramatic and forceful words about fixing school security striking a chord around the country, being extensively reported and shared on social media.
Prior to the public meeting, Andrew, Huck and Hunter had a private conversation with the president in the Oval Office. Entering the meeting, Hunter chose to wear a kippah, a mark of Jewish pride clearly seen in the official White House photos.
“I wore it there because I’m proud to be Jewish,” Hunter Pollack told Chabad.org. “I wanted to wear my kippah in the highest office of the land. My Jewish peers in this country need to be proud of being Jewish, and that’s how we can honor Meadow’s memory as a beautiful Jewish girl.”
Since last week’s tragedy, which left Meadow and 16 others dead, Rabbi Avraham Friedman of Chabad of Coral Springs, a longtime family friend and mentor, has been a constant presence in the Pollack home, offering comfort and support. He has also been putting on tefillin and praying with family members, in addition to those making shiva calls, and teaching the traditional mourners’ Mishnayot each night.
“I thought of Rabbi Friedman as I walked into the Oval Office with my kippah,” says Hunter. “The tefillin, the learning, the Jewish stuff has been very comforting to me and my family.”