B.R. Howard and Associates, an advertiser on TheBlaze.com, recently came under attack for their efforts to help raise money to restore a piece of history in Houston's Holocaust museum. The ship was used to save Danish Jews during the Holocaust. People were saved because fisherman would hide people on the boat and take them somewhere safe. This is an important piece of history because it shows that anyone can make a difference, you don’t have to be a statesmen or a soldier.
The ship was brought over to Houston to the Holocaust Museum, where there is a large fishing community, because it was falling into disrepair. The museum needs to raise funds to restore the ship, so B.R. Howard and Associates bought advertising space on TheBlaze.com to help raise money for the cause. The hatred they have received is unbelievable.
Glenn played audio of a vile call the company received because they were advertising to raise money to restore this ship on The Blaze. The caller referred to the Jews that were saved by being carried away on the boat as “vermin, getting what the deserved because of their own actions.”
The caller suggested that the museum “burn that piece of ---, because we don’t want them to use it again to get away next time.”
The caller continued, blaming the debt, attacks on Americas like 9/11, and other problems America is facing on the Jews.
“This is the kind of hatred that is growing in our own nation,” Glenn said. “This is the kind of hatred that is growing around the world. This is the kind of hatred that we have personally seen every time we try to stand up for people whose only crime is that they’re Jewish. It is disturbing, and if it doesn’t move you to the core I don’t know what will.”
Glenn continued on, telling his audience that it is his belief that love and solidarity is the answer. “I will not turn a blind eye,” Glenn said. “I will not be silent,” Glenn said.
Glenn believes that now is the time that this evil can be defeated, and urged listeners to go to MercuryOne.org to donate, and that all donations would go to restoring this important piece of history at the Holocaust Museum.