Sarah Hurwitz, former speechwriter for both Obamas, Hillary Clinton, and John Kerry, describes the Constitution of the United States and the original versions of the Bible as evil.
Typical liberal. Hate America and God first.
Hurwitz appeared on The Axe with host Davisd Axelrod, the architect of both Obama elections as president.
AXELROD: Some of the language is kind of, well, archaic, impenetrable, so how do you derive from that modern meaning?
HURWITZ: Yeah. The Torah, which is the first five books of what Christians call the Old Testament, it’s 2,500 years old. News flash, it’s really old. Constitution, more than 200 years old. If we lived by the original version of the Constitution, that would be evil. It would be an abomination. Same if we lived by the original version of the Torah. You reinterpret it. We amended the Constitution to get rid of slavery, thank God. We amended it to let women vote, thank God. We continue to amend this document. Same with the Torah, right? We have spent 2,500 years reinterpreting, reimagining it, to make it consistent with our moral sensibilities of the time.
She went on to praise same-sex marriages and religious leaders who set aside the teachings of the Bible and ascribe to the politically-correct left.
Hurwitz went on to blame President Trump for recent stabbings of Jews.
That’s really funny, considering it’s the Democrats who have become the party of anti-Semitism.
President Trump is revered in Israel AND in the Orthodox Jewish community here in the United States.
I don’t think it’s a secret that this [antisemitism] has been rising over the last few years. I don’t think that’s a coincidence. I think that when you have a national political leader — and a number of people who enable that person — who deliberately foments anti-Muslim sentiments, anti-immigrant sentiments, racist sentiments, when you have someone deliberately riling up those types of sentiments, and empowering and enabling folks who hold those sentiments, that affects Jews, as well. You don’t meet many white supremacists or neo-Nazis who say, ‘I love Muslims, but I can’t stand immigrants,’ or, ‘I adore African Americans. I just don’t love Jews.’ When you empower them and embolden them and inspire them, that affects all minorities.”