Black D.C. lawmaker known for anti-Semitic remarks walks out on Holocaust Museum tour

Black D.C. lawmaker known for anti-Semitic remarks walks out on Holocaust Museum tour
Trayon White (Image via Twitter)

[Ed. – Too bad. He might have learned something about himself.]

After publicly touting a conspiracy theory that Jews control the weather last month, D.C. Council member Trayon White (D-Ward 8) did nothing to improve his image after taking off from Washington’s Holocaust Memorial Museum midway through a scheduled tour.

The tour had been planned to last 90 minutes, but White disappeared after completing half of it, claiming he was too busy to stay, The Washington Post reported.

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During the time he actually spent on the tour, White suggested an image of a German girl being marched through the streets of Norden in 1935 as humiliation for an alleged relationship with a Jew was actually depicting her being protected by the Nazi troops surrounding her. It was at that moment that a museum expert pointed out that his interpretation of the photo was inaccurate, The Post said.

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