Monday, December 3, 2018

Brett Favre Tricked Into Recording Anti-Semitic Video

Former Green Bay Packers great, Brett Favre, says he was duped into recording an anti-Semitic video by a group posing as a veterans organization.

The Hall of Fame quarterback was paid $500 to make the recording riddled with coded hate speech and conspiracy theories for the Cameo service, which pays celebrities to record short, personalized video messages.

Posing as a veterans organization, hate groups the Handsome Truth and the Goyim Defense League paid Favre $500 to read a statement that included several veiled anti-Semitic remarks.

“Brett Favre here with a shout-out to the Handsome Truth and the GDL boys,” Favre says in the video, according to BuzzFeed News.

“You guys are patriots in my eyes. So keep waking them up and don’t let the small get you down. Keep fighting too and don’t ever forget the USS Liberty and the men and women who died on that day. God bless and take care.”

“Waking them up” is a reference to anti-Semitic indoctrination, while “the small” is an epithet referring to yarmulkes, BuzzFeed reported. Israeli fighter jets fired on the USS Liberty in 1967.

Many believe the attack was intentional.

After the groups posted the clip to social media implying that he supported their cause, he apologized.

A few days later, I was distressed to learn that the request came from an anti-Semitic group that reposted my video with comments implying that I endorsed their mission. Nothing could be further from the truth. I am therefore donating my $500 Cameo fee to Charities supporting their fight against hate and bigotry,” he said in a Facebook post Saturday.

“Like most Americans, I am sickened by what these groups stand for and concerned about their role in fueling today’s negative political climate. I thought I was creating a message to support the brave men and women of our military forces. Had I understood the source of the request, I never would have fulfilled it. All of us – myself included – need to be vigilant to protect this country from these dangers.”


(via The New York Post


  1. The USS Liberty is a conspiracy fact.

  2. 500 Bucks? A guy that made millions of dollars per year for over a decade needs to sellout for $500 bucks. He couldn’t take ten minutes to do an internet search on these organizations? Can’t wait to buy some of that Copper Fit crap he does commercials for.

    Remember this is the married man that was texting sexual message and photos to other than his wife. Not a good guy that does stupid things.