November 22, 2013, - 3:17 pm
EXCLUSIVE: “Rabbi” Who Endorsed Obama, Gay Marriage is FAKE; Synagogue Hires Grief Counselors to Console Congregants
Keren Alpert, a prominent American rabbi who endorsed gay marriage and Barack Obama, lied about being a rabbi.
Michigan’s oldest Jewish synagogue hired a fake rabbi (whose credentials it never checked), which is hilarious because it’s a Reformed Temple, and so none of their rabbis are actually real (or know much about Judaism). But even more hilarious is that the place is hiring grief counselors to provide emotional support for adult member of the congregation after the synagogue was forced to fire the fake rabbi. And it gets even more funny from there.
In May, I told you about uber-liberal “Rabbi” Alpert, who delivered the “eulogy” of my late next door neighbor at his funeral. Her “eulogy” consisted of an attack on my poor, dead neighbor and assorted airings of grievances against the guy from his selfish kids who never visited for decades or while the guy was dying of cancer (except on his last day, to claim his property). It was outrageous, and I called this idiotette, “Rabbi,” in quotation marks. Turns out I was more right I was.
Yesterday, Temple Beth El, Michigan’s oldest synagogue, which is now a Temple of Reform Judaism, sent congregants the letter, below, informing them that “Rabbi” Alpert is a liar, that she never went to rabbinical school, and that they were too stupid, too liberal, and too incompetent to do even a modicum of basic verification of her credentials. The fake rabbi (in a fake sect of Judaism filled with fake rabbis who actually did go to their fake rabbinical school) was fired. And now the place is providing upset congregants with grief counselors. HILARIOUS! Grief counselors?! So typically politically correct. So typically liberal.
And you should note that “Rabbi” Alpert put her name on many lists of “Rabbis In Support of” this liberal BS and that liberal BS, from gay marriage (she also put an equal sign as her Facebook icon) to Barack Obama.
I don’t believe in chick rabbis (a creation of liberal Jews to keep their dying congregations of secularists from leaving their hemorrhaging synagogues in droves). As I’ve previously said on this site, “Real Jewish women aren’t rabbis. And real Jewish rabbis aren’t women.” But these liberals who dominate the watered down Judaism-lite that are Reformed and Conservative Judaism believe in this feminist rabbis crap (like I said, they made this up). I once taught Sunday School at Temple Beth El, and most of the kids weren’t even legitimately Jewish. One of the assistant rabbis was originally studying to become a Catholic Priest.
Nevertheless, you would think they would at least check the credentials of the far-left morons they hire. But, apparently, they don’t. And such is the case with “Rabbi” Alpert, who never actually went to rabbinical school (such that anything from Reformed Judaism can actually be called a “rabbinical school”), but lied and pretended she was a rabbi anyway and got hired by Temple Beth El in the swanky Detroit suburb of Bloomfield Hills. Apparently, the synagogue ain’t into checking credentials. Liberals don’t believe in verifying much of anything (otherwise, why would they have voted for Obama?).
But that’s how the left is. They trust Muslims, Barack Obama, Communists, dictators, criminals, and every other malefactor in society. The only ones they don’t trust are conservatives. Oh, and the Jewish Torah . . . you know, the basis of Judaism and the point in having a synagogue in the first place.
I knew there was a reason (several of ’em) that I call Temple Beth El, “The Bethel Church.”
One other thing: Temple Beth El wants you to know that the Jewish ceremonies and rites performed by “Rabbi Alpert” are perfectly legit, which is also hilarious because real Judaism doesn’t recognize any of the ceremonies and rites performed there. Not even by the Reformed rabbis with “real credentials.”
But, again, that’s Jewish liberals for ya: they’ll believe anything, except if a Republican or conservative is saying it. Or the Torah.
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