Chuck Baldwin: The Zionist Connection

Chuck Baldwin, the Constitution Party’s 2004 vice presidential nominee and 2008 presidential nominee, in his latest column on Chuck Baldwin Live, had the following to say about Douglas Emhoff, the husband of presumed Vice President-elect Kamala Harris:

Harris’ husband is a mega-wealthy lobbyist and litigator who made his fortune promoting and defending the socialist/Marxist agenda within the entertainment and media industries, which we all know are dominated by Zionists.

Here is the big disconnect among evangelical Christians and conservatives: They don’t understand that socialism, Marxism, communism and Zionism are one and the same. I repeat: They are one and the same. (And all of it depends on the undergirding financial assistance from their mega-rich partners of crony capitalists.)

Karl Marx was a Zionist. Joseph Stalin was a Zionist. Vladimir Lenin was a Zionist. The communist revolution in Russia was a Zionist-led revolution. And the push for Marxism in America today is being facilitated by powerful Zionist toadies such as Kamala Harris’ husband, Douglas Emhoff.

As for Donald Trump, he did more to promote Zionism than any other president in U.S. history. Behind the scenes, Trump’s Zionist daughter Ivanka and Zionist son-in-law Jared Kushner constantly pushed the Zionist agenda in Trump’s foreign and domestic policies.

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23 thoughts on “Chuck Baldwin: The Zionist Connection

  1. Gene Berkman

    Chuck Baldwin has decided to throw in his lot with the neo-Nazi element that sees Jews behind everything bad.
    Lenin was not a Zionist. The Communist Party under Lenin called on Jewish Communists to oppose Zionism. Joseph Stalin was not a Zionist; after supporting creation of Israel for opportunistic reasons, Stalin turned against Israel after he saw how popular the Jewish state was among Russia’s Jews.

    Really, it is time to stop paying attention to Chuck Baldwin and people like him.

  2. wolfefan

    You just know that Stephen Miller has spent a good part of his time in the White House lapping this stuff up.

  3. Just Some Random Guy

    Why was this crazy thing posted here at all? Chuck Baldwin hasn’t done anything with third parties for about a decade at this point. Maybe if this article of his was specifically about the topic I could see it, but it’s got nothing to do with third parties either.

  4. William Saturn Post author

    I’m tired of hearing this bullshit. If Chuck Baldwin makes a statement like this it should be covered. If you don’t like that we cover it you can go elsewhere.

  5. Just Some Random Guy

    “If Chuck Baldwin makes a statement like this it should be covered.”

    But… why? His statement has nothing to do with third parties. Chuck Baldwin himself has nothing to do with third parties anymore as far as I can tell. I’m not big on the Ralph Nader stuff that gets posted for the same reason but at least he’s a little more affiliated with the Green Party, I think.

    If the goal of the blog is no longer to be about covering third parties and instead be about posting the thoughts of various political pundits… well, hey, it’s not my blog, I don’t make the call. But it does mean the focus has been shifted to something different than it was originally and to something I’m a lot less interested in.

    I mean, a Libertarian Party candidate got elected to the Wyoming state legislature. That’s HUGE news! But there was never any post on it here, so I only found out about it yesterday I think.

  6. William Saturn Post author

    You have three constructive choices: sign up to post articles yourself, start your own blog, or just deal with it.

    You can continue to bitch and moan as well but it’s not going to change what I choose to post. That is unless you or someone else wants to pay me.

  7. Don Grundmann

    The statements of Chuck Baldwin regarding Zionism are completely relevant to the current political scene since, in my opinion, our current political discourse boils down to a war between Christianity and Satanism/Humanism which is inclusive of Zionism. The foundational Jewish Talmudic Sabbathean/Frankist beliefs ( that Jews hung Christ and are happy that they did so, that Christ was a soceror ( sp? ) and is boiling in feces in hell, that Mary was a prostitute, and that the father of Christ was a Roman soldier ) underlie Jewish funding of abortion, the LGBTP( for pedophilia ) War Machine against humanity, the ” transgender ” sickness/pathology, and any and all attempts to destroy both the nuclear family and, especially, the Christian foundations of our society, culture, and nation. This same hatred of Christianity expresses in ALL political parties ( since ALL political parties have a religious foundation ) except for the Constitution Party and the pro-life division of the Republicans. The Democrat and Green parties, both dedicated to Death/Satan, openly despise Christianity while the Libertarians are simply quieter about it. Belief in God or hatred of Him is the primary engine/motivating factor of politics; both singularly and corporatively/collectively. Zionism is simply applied Talmudic Judaism with the objective of completely destroying Christianity and enslaving the rest of humanity who are openly declared to be ” goyim,” i.e.; cattle/less than human. Semitic refers to language. Hence I am most definately NOT ” anti-semitic ” and am instead anti-Talmudic Judaism; i.e.; a religion of hating Christianity and enslaving humanity.

  8. Anastasia Beaverhausen

    “If Chuck Baldwin makes a statement like this it should be covered”

    That’s what makes this site so special – it’s a guaranteed platform for third-party has-beens. Every time a nutjob like Baldwin or Root or Buchanan or Ron Paul opens his mouth, this blog is right there lapping it up, even if they haven’t been near a third party since color TV.

  9. Root's Teeth Are Awesome

    wolfefan: You just know that Stephen Miller has spent a good part of his time in the White House lapping this stuff up.

    Huh? Stephen Miller is Jewish. And as far as I know, he’s not anti-Israel.

    Indeed, the Trump White House is very pro-Israel. Jared and Ivanka Kushner are said to be close personal friends of Netanyahu. Several times, when visiting the U.S., Netanyahu stayed with the Kushners. This was even before Trump was elected.

  10. Just Some Random Guy

    You have three constructive choices: sign up to post articles yourself, start your own blog, or just deal with it.

    You can continue to bitch and moan as well but it’s not going to change what I choose to post. That is unless you or someone else wants to pay me.

    I’m not sure why you’re being so aggressive. In fact, it’s odd you complain about how much I “continue to bitch and moan” and how you’re “tired of hearing this bullshit” when this is hardly something I do frequently; I’ve only made this comment on two posts total, and the other one was 5 whole months ago (one may see it at https://independentpoliticalreport.com/2020/06/wayne-allyn-root-postpones-blue-lives-matter-rally/ if you are curious). I’ll be fair and say that my point was more salient in that post than this one given that fact such posts were occurring more frequently than they are now (and there was actually quite a bit of agreement from other people), but I do still think the point is valid here, even if not as valid. Still, the aggression on your part, including the usage of the whole “if you don’t like it then leave” claim, is thus rather perplexing given the infrequency with which this has been brought up.

    I post articles with third party news and it gets zero responses. I post articles like this and it gets multiple responses. Explain that.

    The explanation would seem to be obvious: Arguments create more comments, and you can create an argument by running something controversial like Baldwin’s weird complaints about zionists. While I’d say a post like that recent one that was the Alliance Party newsletter (https://independentpoliticalreport.com/2020/11/alliance-party-november-2020-newsletter/) is far more USEFUL of a post than this one, at the same time there’s not that much to really discuss or argue about it.

    However, I should note that the post that by far got the most comments of anything recently (in fact, it has more comments was one that did relate quite directly to third parties, which was that one about Jo Jorgenson claiming Woodrow Wilson was the worst president. Again, a more controversial post meant more comments–especially when one considers the fact that the post invited discussion as to who each reader would believe was the worst. But that one at least involved an actual presidential candidate making the statement rather than a guy whose last contribution to third parties, as far as I can tell, was over a decade ago.

    Still, if the goal is just to get a bunch of comments, then you could try posting a bunch of the stuff Trump has been claiming about the election, as that would easily result in a good number of comments, I’d expect. It’s not my blog; you do you.

  11. Root's Teeth Are Awesome

    wolfefan: Being pro Netanyahu and pro Israel aren’t the same thing.

    Maybe not in Israel. But in the U.S., it seems that AIPAC — and most pro-Israel Jews and Christian Zionists — offer uncritical support to whoever is the prime minister. If they criticize they keep it private.

    I have read U.S. Jewish publications (e.g., The Jewish Journal of Los Angeles), in which American Jews admit that they feel queasy about telling the Israelis how to run their country, or who to elect.

    The attitude seems to be, Israelis are on the front lines of a war, so only Israelis have a right to criticize their prime minster. Foreign supporters of Israel must enthusiastically support whoever the Israelis have chosen as their leader.

  12. Anastasia Beaverhausen

    “I post articles with third party news and it gets zero responses. I post articles like this and it gets multiple responses. Explain that.”

    You post crap, you’re going to get people telling you it’s crap.

    There. Explained.

  13. William Saturn Post author

    Of the 19 comments, 11 have been either someone complaining or me responding to them.

    That leaves 8 discussing the article.

    Your comment doesn’t explain anything.

  14. Floyd Whitley

    Well, in defense of Saturn, the Baldwin article probably does belong in the discussion set for independent political parties. That agreement, however, does not imply that I agree with Baldwin’s comments–at all.

    And while I understand the point Random Guy makes: “rather than a guy whose last contribution to third parties, as far as I can tell, was over a decade ago,” still, by the same measure that should apply to Ralph Nader and probably to Ron Paul as well.

    Because Baldwin was a presidential candidate (albeit well over a decade past) I view former candidate Baldwin’s comments here as legitimate fodder. Former Presidents are still referred to as President. Anyhow, the real point is whether what the “label-meister” Baldwin [e.g. “Zionist” this, “Zionist” that] has said has merit. That is where the focus should be–upon the message, not the messenger Saturn.

    My take is to give ’em enough rope. The eventually hang themselves. And besides, complaining about Saturn posting Baldwin’s bunk is way too akin to censoring. A slippery slope that.

  15. John Killian

    Am I right or wrong?
    The Constitution Party would not nominate someone with this perspective.

  16. Floyd Whitley

    @Killian–RE: “not nominate someone with this perspective”

    Uncertain if you address this question to me or not. Baldwin returned to the Republican fold +/- a decade ago. He’s not exactly “spokes” for the national CP. In fact, he may not even be registered or participating in CP-Montana (if the state party still exists).

    That said, national CP does seem to have a penchant for courting washed up Republicans. So, maybe.

    As to the incessant use of malevolent labeling and false dichotomies, like those found in Baldwin’s rhetoric, unfortunately that malady is d’ rigueur in modern America, across the entire political spectrum.

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