Did the wife of a US Attorney flash a ‘white power’ sign? No, says the ADL

Did the wife of a US Attorney flash a ‘white power’ sign

The OK-sign-as-a-white-power symbol is a long-running Internet hoax that connected the thumb-and-forefinger symbol to hate groups, the ADL said in a statement posted to its website.

Lawyer Accused of Flashing ‘White Power’ Hand Gesture

Sep 04, 2018 · Kavanaugh’s former law clerk Zina Bash is flashing a white power sign behind him during his Senate confirmation hearing. They literally want to bring white …

Zina Bash moved her hand — and the #Resistance saw a white

The idea that the hand sign is a secret symbol for white power owes its mainstream spread to a viral troll campaign aimed at making liberals and the media look gullible.

US attorney defends wife after ‘white power’ sign

No, according to the Anti-Defamation League. Did the wife of a US attorney flash a white power hand gesture while seated behind Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court nomination hearing before the Senate’s Judiciary Committee Tuesd

Did a former Trump staffer flash the white power symbol at

Kavanaugh’s former law clerk Zina Bash is flashing a white power sign behind him during his Senate confirmation hearing. They literally want to bring white supremacy to the Supreme Court.

US attorney defends wife after ‘white power’ sign Zina

Did the wife of a US attorney flash a “white power” hand gesture while seated behind Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court nomination hearing before the Senate’s Judiciary Committee Tuesday? No, according to the Anti-Defamation League.

US attorney denies wife was flashing a ‘white power

Sep 05, 2018 · John Bash, a U.S. attorney for the Western District of Texas and the husband of former White House policy adviser Zina Bash, said in a Tuesday tweet that his wife was not flashing a white power

Did Zina Bash Flash a White Supremacist Sign During

The husband of Republican attorney Zina Bash has condemned those spreading a «vicious conspiracy theory» that his wife had made a white supremacist gesture with one of her hands as she sat behind

U.S. attorney denies wife was flashing ‘white power’ sign

John Bash, a US attorney, said in a Tuesday tweet that his wife was not flashing a white power signal during the hearing of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Did a woman sitting behind Brett Kavanaugh give a white

Her husband, John Bash, is the United States attorney for Western Texas. John Bash defended his wife with a series of tweets late Tuesday calling the comments about a white supremacy symbol repulsive.

Kavanaugh hearing Day 1: Zina Bash appears to make «white

Sep 05, 2018 · Kavanaugh’s former law clerk Zina Bash is flashing a white power sign behind him during his Senate confirmation hearing. They literally want to bring white …

Did Zina Bash give a white-power symbol at Brett Kavanaugh

Her husband, John Bash, is the United States attorney for Western Texas. John Bash defended his wife with a series of tweets late Tuesday calling the comments about a white supremacy symbol repulsive.