On July 2, Donald Trump tweeted an image of Hillary Clinton's face, superimposed on a screensaver image of dollar bills, next to a six-pointed star (colloquially: Jewish Star, formally: Star of David, conveniently: Sheriffs' Star).
The ensuing backlash had the Trump campaign claiming the star was a sheriff's badge, but one man isn't denying the obvious.
That man is former KKK Grand Wizard and possessor of the Smile that Creeps You Out, David Duke.
Besides suggesting a sweet name for an upcoming Jewish rapper (DJ Zio-Money Mogul), Duke subtly affirmed the inherent anti-Semitism in the image. Previously, he'd spoke of the "hidden hand exposing itself" after Trump changed the imagery from a star to a circle.
Thank you, David Duke, for your astute analysis. Although it's not clear whose "hidden hand" you're referring to: is it Donald's hidden hand that hates Jews? Hillary's hidden, Jewish hand? Some other, "we're #1" foam finger hand you're saving for Cleveland?
Either way, David Duke, you're one "big hands, there's nothing wrong with Donald's hands" tweet away from getting the VP nod.