D.C. Councilman Who Made Anti-Semitic Comment Abruptly Exits from Holocaust Museum Tour
Democrat D.C. Councilman Trayon White, who made headlines with his anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that the Jewish banking Rothschild family controls the weather, abruptly left a Holocaust museum tour without offering any explanation why.
The Washington Post reports that White was touring D.C.’s Holocaust museum, where he was taking photos and asking questions at various points of the tour. Midway through the tour, White’s entourage suddenly had no idea where he went. White was later found outside the museum.
White told the Post that he’ll come back to the museum later, but wouldn’t answer why he had left the tour early. The Post also asked White if the tour caused him to put his anti-Semitic comment in a different light.
“This opportunity has given me the chance to meet a lot of great Jews, a lot of people,” White replied. “A lot of good Jews that I’ve never had the chance to meet before. It’s an awesome experience.”
Before White suddenly disappeared, he was looking at a photo in the museum of a girl dorning a sign that read “I am a German girl and allowed myself to be defiled by a Jew” and asked if the Nazis around her were “protecting her”:
— Will Sommer (@willsommer) April 19, 2018
Back in March, White had stated in a video that the Rothschild family “controlling the climate to create natural disasters they can pay for to own the cities.”
White eventually apologized for his comments in the video.
“I did not intend to be anti-Semitic, and I see I should not have said that after learning from my colleagues,” White said.