DeSean Jackson then said he had no ill feelings towards Jewish people … but then shared another passage from the same fake thing saying that the Jews will “extort America” as part of their plan for “world domination.”
Former NBA player Stephen Jackson, for some reason, then decided to rush to DeSean Jackson’s side, and for the better part of two days doubled down to defend what DeSean had said.
Person he’s on w: "The point is, you did not just say to me that Jews are not trying to divide the black community."
It seems silly to say this, but: These comments are anti-Semitic. They’re not “controversial” as some media outlets have referred to them. There’s no controversy here. The comments are just plain old anti-Semitic.
(If anything stands out about this little episode it’s that the two of them are riding with a quote attributed to Hitler! Real Hitler! Actual Hitler!)