Obama Praises Notorious Anti-Semite

October 25, 2012 5:28 pm

President Barack Obama praised the notorious anti-Semitic auto titan Henry Ford in a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine.

While discussing ways to bolster middle class America, Obama lavished praise on Ford, the publisher of “The International Jew,” an anti-Semitic set of pamphlets that were written and distributed by the automotive innovator in the 1920’s.

“It goes back to what Henry Ford understood when he decided to pay higher wages to his workers: that meant those workers on the assembly line making those Model T’s could end up buying those cars,” Obama told Rolling Stone, a magazine best known for purveying anti-vaccine claptrap. “That’s how we grew a middle class.”

Ford spent much of his free time in the 1920s penning articles that perpetuated anti-Semitic myths about global Jewish dominance.

Obama held a $250-a-plate fundraiser for about 600 supporters earlier this year at the Henry Ford Museum, located in Dearborn, Mich.