[Ed. – Mosberg misunderstands. The intention of Jackson’s imbecilic ravings was to uplift and unite, or at least so he claimed after the fact.]
A 94-year-old Holocaust survivor is inviting embattled Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson to visit Nazi death camps after Jackson shared anti-Semitic posts on Instagram.
In an open letter to Jackson, Holocaust survivor Edward Mosberg denounced the wideout’s posts — including one with a quote attributed to Adolf Hitler — as “heartbreaking and so deeply wrong.”
Mosberg, who survived several Nazi concentration camps, including Mauthausen in Austria, said his late wife was a survivor of Auschwitz-Birkenau, where roughly 1.1 million people were killed between 1940 and 1945.
“The Allied Forces, including American troops, carrying with them American flags fought valiantly and suffered unspeakable losses to stop this evil, the same man you quote!” Mosberg wrote. “I would invite you to join me at the sites of these German Nazi death camps, to understand what evil truly is, and why sharing quotes of the man behind this evil is so offensive.”…