Following an attack by activist Nandini Jammi that suggested a Jewish journalist was affiliated with "neo-Nazis", B'nai Brith Canada has issued a statement of condemnation against Jammi.
"The accusation of being a Nazi is extremely serious," said Michael Mostyn, CEO, B'nai Brith Canada. "Jammi's flippant use of that term beside an image of Mr. Hoffman, an Orthodox Jew, is unacceptable and unwarranted. Her proper next step is a fulsome apology."
Jammi, who uses her pending not-for-profit company Check My Ads to deplatform conservative media sites by threatening their advertisers, suggested Post Millennial editor Ari Hoffman, an Orthodox Jewish man, was affiliated with neo-Nazis in the tweet below:
"To wage a social media war against a website whose politics she may not agree with, only belittles the gravity of that term. On Remembrance Day, we recall the sacrifice of our fallen soldiers," Mostyn said, "many of whom lost their lives in defence of our freedoms to the hands of the Nazis. The term Nazi is synonymous with evil and we cannot allow its historical connotation to be trivialized."
Jammi is not only targeting The Post Millennial in her ad boycott campaign. Conservative outlets The Daily Wire, Breitbart, The Federalist, Bongino Report, and Fox News have also been targeted.
Her partner in the boycott campaign, Chad Loder, was recently exposed in a shocking report. Loder has been accused of inappropriate conduct by women, and has a past that include racist and antisemitic remarks.
Loder accused Hoffman of "weaponizing his Jewishness against a woman of color."
When The Post Millennial reached out to Jammi, she responded with profanities and refused to apologize to Mr. Hoffman.