IRONIC? The Mossad trolls Linda Sarsour saying Happy …

Linda Sarsour wished her friends and family a Happy Hanukkah.


Isnt that nice?

Considering the amount of anti-Semitic rhetoric we see from Ms. Sarsour, this tweet rings a tad bit hollow.

And it would appear were not the only ones who have that same feeling about it:


If youre unfamiliar with The Mossad, they areresponsible for intelligence collection, covert operations, and counterterrorism, as well as bringing Jews to Israel from countries where official Aliyah agencies are forbidden. Its director reports directly to the Prime Minister.

We, however, do not think this is the actual Mossad account because there is no blue check, but it doesnt stop the tweet from being hilarious.

When you see the two tweets together it just works.

Tis the season.


The music notes just make it, right?

And dont pretend like this song wont be in your head for the rest of the day.


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Best one-word tweet EVER: The Mossad trolls Linda Sarsour with 1 word, in 1 tweet, and its PRICELESS

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