Lion was right about Star of David graphic
Thanks to a reader for providing this Twitter link:
Notice that the graphic was posted by someone on June 15th.
So I was right. This was a graphic obviously created by an anti-Semitic person, and Trump appropriated it, clueless about the anti-Semitic innuendo of a Star of David superimposed over a bunch of hundred-dollar bills. After he discovered it, he quickly took it down, and had someone in his employ who does Photoshop cover over the Star of David with a red circle.
Some commenters insisted that this was just an accidental use of a common shape in PowerPoint or Visio or some other program like that, by someone on Trump’s campaign team. Nope. It was intentional anti-Semitism (although completely accidental on the part of Trump).
I’ve seen enough anti-Semitic propaganda from white nationalists over my course of blogging to know it when I see it.