Left-wing fanatics threatened to burn down homes of mourners attending Kissinger memorial

Left-wing fanatics harassed a couple who had just paid their respects to Henry Kissinger, the legendary diplomat who passed away in November.

In the shocking footage that was posted to social media, a man and a woman are seen leaving a memorial service for the former secretary of state when they are set upon by a pack of vile miscreants who were outside the Temple Emanu-El in New York City on Thursday.

“War criminals!” and “You f**king piece of sh*t!” They shrieked, waving signs reading “F**k Kissinger” as the pro-Hamas leftists followed the unidentified couple down the street, throwing water at them and spewing epithets.

“You’ll burn in hell, forever,” shouted one of the thugs with another threatening “And we will burn your homes, too.”

“You ought to be f**king ashamed of yourselves,” screamed one female who seemed to be in the throes of a mental health crisis over the idea that people would mourn Kissinger.

The episode was just the latest in a spate of anti-Semitic incidents that have broken out in the city over Israel’s military response to the Hamas terror organization which massacred over a thousand of its citizens in a cowardly sneak attack on October 7, 2023.

With Kissinger having been Jewish, it was only natural that those who some unbiased observers might correctly describe as the scum of the earth would turn out to protest his memorial service but the attacks on those who were paying their final respects are beyond the pale.

Other leftists protested the memorial service outside, with come classily chanting “Rest in p*ss!”

“His soul, his soul, his soul is on fire. We don’t need no water, let the motherf**ker burn,” was another chant caught on video and posted to the X platform.

Other Jew-haters accosted an elderly man outside of the temple, questioning him about his Israeli flag pin in a scene that had echoes of 1930s Germany.

Kissinger, who has influenced U.S. foreign policy for decades since he served in the Richard M. Nixon and Gerald Ford administrations passed away at age 100 at his Connecticut home on November 29, 2023, and there are some who refuse to let him rest in peace.

Chris Donaldson

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