Eric Trump and his gross new beard were on Fox and Friends this morning, and what is likely an attempt to get his father to love him, he sounded off an anti-Semitic dog whistle.That's right, my fellow Jews. Happy Rosh Hashanah!Eric joined the Trump Family Good Time Happy Hour to attack Daddy's enemies: anyone who's a Democrat and journalist Bob Woodward.On Democrats, he said that they do not have a winning message for November's midterm elections other than protecting the first amendment, funding vital social programs, and respecting the environment.On Bob Woodward (you know, of Woodward and Bernstein), he accused him of writing a book about the White House just "to make 3 extra shekels." ERIC TRUMP attacks Democrats: "Anti-law enforcement, high taxes, and elimination of plastic straws is not a message that will win in November." ERIC TRUMP then dismisses WOODWARD book as "sensational nonsense" he wrote "to make 3 extra shekels." pic.twitter.com/GuTXMpPLHG — Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 12, 2018 "Shekels," as in Israeli currency—and what 4channers and trolls say is what Jews use to control the media.https://twitter.com/jeff_off37/status/1039871616107401216?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1039871616107401216&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fmashable.com%2Farticle%2Feric-trump-antisemetic-fox-and-friends%2F(Note: how dumb do you have to be to think that Woodward is the Jewish one and not BERNSTEIN!?!?!)Eric said that Woodward wrote the book to make "three extra shekels at the behest of the American people," which is both anti-Semitic and anti-semantic.What do you think "behest" means, my dude?Hold on, this doesn’t make sense. So Bob Woodward wrote a book “at the behest of the American people”???Does Eric Trump know what “behest” means? Hint: it doesn’t mean what he thinks it means. Good lord, this family is full of dumb people. Dumb & anti-Semitic https://t.co/7PfsBsIfHx— Tahar (@laseptiemewilay) September 12, 2018 People proceeded to accuse the white supremacist of being a white supremacist. https://twitter.com/KaivanShroff/status/1039921460993773569 "Three extra shekels" Damn, that is some top shelf antisemitism. — Silence is Political (@kayforaday) September 12, 2018 I can't think of any reason--other than the odious one--why Eric Trump would use "shekels" instead of "dollars," "bucks," "clams," "greenbacks," or "smackers." https://t.co/5iKsniwPrY— David Corn (@DavidCornDC) September 12, 2018 No but seriously, Eric Trump sneering that a guy wrote a book for three shekels is straight-up dog-whistling to anti-Semites and he's dumb enought to be surprised when a bunch of twitter Nazis start thanking him for saying it.— Gary Legum (@GaryLegum) September 12, 2018 Look no further than white supremacist message boards to see how the particular language was received.Three guesses as to what community is super excited Eric Trump said "three extra shekels" on Fox & Friends pic.twitter.com/K6rkCX0wMu— Ryan Broderick (@broderick) September 12, 2018 Outrageous. If you want to see how the neo-Nazis use the term "shekels" take a quick glance at The Daily Stormer. Eric Trump’s ‘three extra shekels’ attack on Bob Woodward is not some accident any more than Hillary Clinton's image over a Star of David. https://t.co/DyJTcqyX4H— Jonathan Weisman (@jonathanweisman) September 12, 2018 Eric Trump is at worst an anti-Semite, and at best, just a total idiot.Either way, he's his father's son.As a Jew, I'm insulted, but nothing I possibly write could hurt him as much as simply sharing pictures of his own face.Getty GettyYa burnt.