Jerry Seinfeld torches even more anti-Israel hecklers, telling them they 'just gave more money to a Jew'

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Jerry Seinfeld torched a group of anti-Israel hecklers at his show Saturday night in Melbourne, Australia — the second time the iconic comedian has done so in the space of a week.

Toward the end of Seinfeld's set, the pro-Palestinian protesters began shouting, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!” Variety reported. The well-known chant is an endorsement of the destruction of Israel.

'We’re in the same business. Our business is to get people to see things the way we see it. The problem is, you’re in the wrong place!'

Unfortunately for the hecklers, they didn't seem to know that Seinfeld has a knack for putting such individuals in their place.

“Oh, you’re back! They’re back! The protesters are back! I missed you!” the comedian retorted, as the audience began booing the hecklers.

"Oh, you're not doing well. It's so hard for you," he continued before trying to talk some sense into them. "Listen, you and I are in the same business. We’re in the same business. Our business is to get people to see things the way we see it. The problem is, you’re in the wrong place! Do you hear how well I’m doing? This is what you want! You want to do well like I am. Look at the people here to hear me ... look at what happened to you."

Police escorted the protesters out of Rod Laver Arena, the Daily Mail said.

Seinfeld went on to explain that if he were to try to perform his "little comedy show" at a rugby game, "I would get that same reaction. I would get kicked out on my ass because that's not where I belong."

He added, "I think you need to go back and tell whoever's running your organization: 'We just gave more money to a Jew.' That cannot be a good plan for you. That's not what you want ... you gotta come up with a better plan."

You can view Seinfeld's takedown here.

The scene was much the same in Sydney last Sunday when a heckler dialed up the same "from the river to the sea" chant while Seinfeld was on stage — and of course, he demolished the pro-Palestinian protester.

"Yes! We have a genius, ladies and gentlemen. He's solved the Middle East! He's solved it!" Seinfeld mocked.

"It's the Jewish comedians, that's who we have to get. They're the ones who are doing everything!" he continued. "Yeah, go ahead, keep going! They're going to start punching you in about three seconds, so I would try and get all of your genius out so we can all learn from you."

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WATCH: Jerry Seinfeld brilliantly shames woke heckler as the crowd roars

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Even after 40 years of doing stand-up comedy, “You never really knew [Jerry Seinfeld’s] political beliefs,” says Dave Rubin.

However, that has since changed. After Hamas’ brutal attack on Israel last October, Jerry, who’s Jewish himself, traveled to Israel and “basically said ‘Jews have a right to defend themselves’” — a statement that has made him “public enemy number one for all these pro-Hamas people.”

At a show in Sydney, Australia, last weekend, the comedian utterly destroyed a protester who started chanting, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”

“We have a genius, ladies and gentlemen. He’s solved the Middle East. ... It’s the Jewish comedians. That’s who we have to get!” he quipped.

The demonstrator continued his chant as security escorted him out, but Seinfeld wasn’t quite finished.

“They're going to start punching you in about three seconds, so I would try and get all of your genius out so we can all learn from you. It’s a comedy show you moron. Get out of here.”

When the chants didn’t stop, Seinfeld added, “You’re really influencing everyone here. We’re all on your side now because you’ve made your point so well. ... You’ve come to the right place for a political conversation.”

“Tomorrow we will read in the paper, ‘Middle East 100% solved thanks to man at the Qudos Arena stopping Jew comedian’ ... and everyone in the Middle East went, ‘Oh my God, let’s just get along.”’

“You have to go 20,000 miles from the problem and screw up a comedian – that is how you solve world issues,” he jested.

Dave, who’s long loved Jerry’s brilliance, applauds his willingness to call out the lunacy.

“Why are you going to a Jerry Seinfeld stand-up concert and doing that?” he asks rhetorically, adding that the woke protesters “are trying to ruin everything” because “they think they own everything.”

To see Jerry Seinfeld put a pro-Palestine protester to absolute shame, watch the clip below.


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Fauci cries while testifying before the House; feels ‘terrible’

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To no one’s surprise, Dr. Anthony Fauci’s recent testimony was full of what some might call nonsense. However, it was also full of tears.

“Dr. Fauci, can you please share with us the nature of the threats you have received since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic?” he was asked.

“Yes, there have been everything from harassments by emails, texts, letters of myself, my wife, my three daughters,” Fauci responded.

“There have been credible death threats leading to the arrests of two individuals and credible death threats mean someone who clearly was on their way to kill me,” he continued, adding, “and it’s required my having protective services essentially all the time.”

“It is very troublesome to me, it is much more troublesome because they’ve involved my wife and my three daughters,” he said.

At this point, he’s asked how these moments make him “feel.”

Water begins to well up in his eyes, and his face wrinkles.

“Terrible,” he answers in a choked voice, telling the House that he gets threats “every time someone gets up and says I’m responsible for the death of people throughout the world.”

Megyn Kelly and Dave Rubin cannot believe it.

“Well, you are,” Kelly says, annoyed. “No one feels sorry for you.”

“Megyn, have you ever received a mean email or a mean text?” Rubin asks.

“You want to see my death threats? Let’s go over the past ten years,” Kelly laughs.


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Heckler calls Amy Coney Barrett an 'enslaver of women' during live event — but SCOTUS justice's response has crowd cheering and applauding



A heckler called Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett an "enslaver of women" during Barrett's remarks on stage Monday at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library — but Barrett offered a gem of a response that had the audience cheering and applauding.

"Fortunately as a mother of seven, I am used to distractions — and sometimes even outbursts," Barrett said following the heckler's childish interruption.

Image source: YouTube screenshot

Barrett had been answering a question about the media attention she received in 2018 as a potential SCOTUS nominee following former Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement announcement.

Here's the clip. After the heckling, the audio and then the video cut out for about 90 seconds, presumably to deal with the interrupting party. Just after the 18:35 mark, the audio returns; at the 18:42 mark, the video returns — after which Barrett offers her priceless response:

Onstage at the Reagan Library with Amy Coney Barrettyoutu.be

Anything else?

Frederick J. Ryan Jr., chairman of the library's board of trustees, conducted the 45-minute interview with Barrett. It covered a number of topics, Fox News said, including Barrett's nomination during the administration of former President Donald Trump, her personal life, and anticipated court decisions on abortion and gun control.

Barrett urged Americans to "read the opinion" prior to drawing conclusions about court rulings, the cable network said.

"Does [the decision] read like something that was purely results-driven and designed to impose the policy preferences of the majority, or does this read like it actually is an honest effort and persuasive effort — even if one you ultimately don’t agree with — to determine what the Constitution and precedent requires?" Barrett suggested, according to Fox News.

As to advice she could offer a new justice, the cable network said Barrett spoke about the transition to being in the public eye.

"I think one of the difficult things that I experienced that I wasn’t really fully prepared for was the shift into being a public figure," Barrett said, according to Fox News.

The event at the Reagan library took place the same day that Republican U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney said he'd vote to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court, despite voting against her nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit last year.