June 13, 2012, - 2:44 pm

Schmucker Carlson’s Crappy Daily Caller Lies, Claims Jews Say Bacon Sundae is “Anti-Semitic”

By Debbie Schlussel

There is a reason why there is a stereotype that conservatives are humorless. Many are. Especially the mainstream ones. They whine about nothing and get upset over what was clearly a bad joke. Michelle Malkin, for example, had a hissy fit when unfunny “comdienne” Rosie O’Donnell was pretending to be a Chinese newscaster and used the phrase “Ching Chong” to emulate Chinese, which O’Donnell does not speak. When Rush Limbaugh did the same thing (and it was funnier), Fraudkin was strangely silent, per her usual hypocrisy, double standards, and all-around phoniness. And then there were people up in arms when liberal Robert De Niro joked that it might be “too soon” for a White first lady. It was a joke. Get over it. And so it goes with faux-conservative Schmucker Carlson’s “Daily Caller” website, which is all upset, falsely claiming that liberal airhead NBC medical consultant Dr. Nancy Snyderman (who is Jewish) accused Burger King of being “anti-Semitic” because of its new much-hyped Burger King Bacon Sundae. Daily Caller moron “reporter” Jeff Poor actually wrote a serious “report” claiming that she was serious and that he didn’t think she was joking. He called it an “outrage.” Huh? Um, watch the video–which he saw–below. It was clear she and some other moron on MSNBC were joking about the Sundae.

Why is Schmucker Carlson’s Daily Caller Falsely Claiming Jews Said the BK Bacon Sundae is “Anti-Semitic”?

Her jibe against Republicans is more annoying, but her comments and the other guys’ comments were clearly meant as jokes and quite stupid (and not funny). They were clearly laughing at their own bad jokes (because no one else was) and saying all of this in jest. The only offensive thing here is that they kept mocking Orthodox Jews and the Jewish practice of keeping kosher, in a way they’d never ever mock Muslims, who also don’t eat bacon (because they stole this practice from Judaism). That’s political correctness. And it, like everything else on this video, just isn’t funny.

Again, watch the video and tell me that this Daller Caller “reporter” Jeff Poor is not just a complete idiot or liar for claiming that they seriously accused the BK Bacon Sundae of being anti-Semitic. Since he posted a transcript devoid of laughs or any indication they were obviously joking, I’m thinking this Jeff Poor idiot probably just doesn’t like Jews and wants to make them look intolerant and like they would actually seriously accuse the sundae of being anti-Semitic, something Muslims would do (though they’d claim it was anti-Islamic and burn down their local BK), NOT Jews (most of whom don’t keep kosher, including Snyderman). This guy, Poor, has an appropriate last name because he just has a Poor sense of reality. Or he’s just extremely dishonest and wants to create anti-Semitism, which he has, judging by readers contacting me and believing his baloney. Judging by the many anti-Semitic comments under his fraudulent story, it’s working. Either way, this guy’s “reports”–and most of those on The Daily Caller–just can’t be believed or taken seriously. Not getting that they were joking is yet another example of why the stereotype of humorless conservatives has some validity to it, especially when dumbasses/liars like Jeff Poor pretend to speak for us.

For the record, if I did not keep kosher, I would try the sundae. It looks like it’s worth a try just once. And for the record, neither I nor any Jew–ya hear that, Jeff Moron Poor of the Daily Caller?–believes it’s anti-Semitic. Religious Jews do not want to impose their beliefs on anyone else. That’s what Muslims do. And kosher Jews don’t eat at Burger King, period. So, there is no way they’d single out the Bacon Sundae. The whole story is just made up outrage by the frauds working for Schmucker.

But the Daily Caller and Jeff Poor want you to believe otherwise and they lied to get you to think that. Yes, this is what passes for “journalism” in the world according to Tucker Carlson.

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33 Responses

Here is the difference between Jews and Muslims.

We Jews don’t care what other religions practice, except if that practice includes the slaughter of Jews.

And Debbie, even if I ate bacon, which I do not, this Sundae sounds absolutely disgusting. I don’t mix meat and dairy either, but putting aside that, it is completely unappealing, not to mention cholesterol wise, unhealthy.

Jonathan E. Grant on June 13, 2012 at 2:52 pm

    Jon, even if bacon was kosher, it would still be treif for Jews because of the prohibition on mixing meat with milk.

    That said, Debbie’s point is that Jews don’t impose their dietary practices on others. If someone else wants to eat a cheeseburger or bbq pork ribs, that’s their business.

    Muslims want others to submit to Sharia even though they’re hypocrites about it. If they can drink alcohol, you can’t bet they’ll eat food that’s not halal when no one else is looking at them.

    NormanF on June 13, 2012 at 5:32 pm

Disgusting. Amen

#1 Vato on June 13, 2012 at 3:48 pm

I think that the whole thing was a dig against Orthodox Jews. It follows by a day the news from the UJA Federation-New York that the New York Jewish population now exceeds 1,000,000 “but” that 40% are now Orthodox. So this is the context, and it is a way for Snyderman and her buddies to attack Orthodox Jews whom they despise both for their religious practices and for the fact that a disproportionate amount of them are conservative and/or Republican. They aren’t ready to directly attack them yet like they do the Catholics, but this is a step along the way, for them to attack a group they consider hostile and growing.

LA: The jokes were clearly a dig at Orthodox Jews and keeping kosher. But Daily Caller used it to make Jews look bad, like Jews were whining about the sundae, which they weren’t. DS

Little Al on June 13, 2012 at 4:04 pm

So I’m not sure this was meant as a joke by the panelists. I think in the context of the UJA report it is an attack the same as they would attack other groups they look down on if those groups had just won some political victory or gained some milestone.

Little Al on June 13, 2012 at 4:07 pm

other than the anti-semitism why is this news?what should be news is the rise of anti-semitism in the united states that is promoted by ragheads and liberals(commies).

BRUCE on June 13, 2012 at 4:07 pm

I am kosher and I recall finding a kosher Burger King. They are rare, to be sure, and they may not exist now, but I do recall at one time eating in a kosher Burger King… for the record.

Alex H. on June 13, 2012 at 4:15 pm

It’s rich that you should lecture someone on “getting over it” while pulling out examples of grudges you’ve been holding for years. Why can’t you get over it? Couldn’t work the Palins into your indignation this time? You get inflamed about anti-semitism but Malkin can’t get indignant over the hypocrites who decry political correctness yet mock with stereotypes? Rush and Malkin comment against censorship and the P.C. double-standards. So how about if you follow your own advice…?

KDR on June 13, 2012 at 4:54 pm

    KDR, you don’t get it or even want to get it. Michelle Malkin reacted to the “ching chong” in the very same way that liberals react when they don’t like something that is not PC. She had a hysterical, Stalinist reaction and wanted to shut down freedom of expression, even that of jokes. She was not outraged at the hypocrisy; she was upset about the joke itself.

    Michelle Malkin also acts in a similar way as the Polish commenters who tried to shut down Debbie’s site because they don’t like something she says. She tries to blacklist Debbie, and when Debbie exposed Sean Hannity’s fraud against the troops, she threw all sorts of ad hominem attacks against Debbie, while refusing to even name her or link to the article. What is conservative about supporting the ripping off of American troops and veterans and blacklisting real conservatives?

    John M. on June 13, 2012 at 6:18 pm

I’m trying the Sundae! I like strange mixes and bacon so why not?

I am getting tired of the tiresome faux Conservatives out there. They seem like a huge cabal, too. My space antennas always come up when I get a clue to how un-Conservative they really are. Like that freak who nicked DS’ story and then said he didn’t but linked this great site at the end of his pilfered piece once he was called out. And the losers who came to his aid just because and NOT for the facts. Idiots!

Skunky on June 13, 2012 at 6:25 pm

    The Daily Caller is becoming obtuse.

    Worry01 on June 13, 2012 at 6:45 pm

I like bacon, and I like sundaes, but not all mixed together. I am not a Jew, so I don’t keep kosher. But, the picture and idea of that sundae made me want to throw up on my keyboard for some reason. The fact that it was swirled nicely, like a turd, was not lost on me, either. I am guessing that this item is probably one of the most anti-kosher food items ever made. I have heard that not only is pork forbidden, but you aren’t supposed to mix meat and dairy. Or is that beef and dairy? But it probably isn’t anti semitic, unless the inventors of this disgusting product intended it that way. And, I agree with the comments about Jews not pushing off into other people’s business. They don’t tend to do that unless it involves them, which is pretty much how I handle my business.

RT on June 13, 2012 at 7:36 pm

RT I ” I agree about Jews not pushing off into others people’s business, they don’t do unless …. it invoelves them ” i agree with , cause everything seam to involve them even if it do not .having said that , did u know that many Jews comited violent crimes . / did U know that for some jews those acts became a type of bussiness. Murder Inc. , the mafia – linked morder for hire group was founded and run by Jewish gangsters ? In 1980’s Jewish names dominated the list of those arested for insider stock trading. To Jews deceiving gov.& private individuals seem not to be wrong, it is rooted in many centuaries . Here is a joke for U RT ………………………………………… LEVINE MEETS HIS FRIEND SCHWARTZ. ” I HEAR YOUR FACTORY BURNED DOWN” HE SAYS. “SH,SH, ” SCHWARTZ ANSWERS, LOOKING AROUND ANXIOUSLY. ” NEXT WEEK ‘
by the way . I eat pork, so do many Jews that i know ;-
& i will never get why Jews turn everything into anti-semitism. hummmmm …. what I wrote will probably be viewed as anti-semitic & ask me if I care / ? { ask me ! }

MAYA WIERTEL on June 13, 2012 at 9:04 pm

What? Only you can have fun writing bs stories? Other people can type and say lies too.

Jalen on June 13, 2012 at 10:11 pm

What Jalen, only you can have fun trolling here with you’re inane foaming at the mouth insanity? If Debbie has been guilty of lying about anything, answer me this Jalen, if you think the woman is lying in general, then why alot of bloggers, pundits, media figures, etc. plagarize off of DS, steal her work and never give her any credit for her original work, explain to me how she’s lying and making up stuff?

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on June 13, 2012 at 10:22 pm

I blame Harley Morenstein and his Epic Meal Time vids for this bacon sundae.

I’d run off and get it but a) I’m too freaking broke; and b) it won’t be available in Canada. (I blame the Nanny-State Food Gestapo for this. Balls.)

The Reverend Jacques on June 14, 2012 at 12:21 am

Even if I weren’t Jewish, I too would find it disgusting. BTW, Burger KIng is pulling out of Israel. Can’t compete with Mickey D’s.

Italkit on June 14, 2012 at 2:30 am

First it was Mary J. Blige, and now this. Can Burger King do any thing without it being considered raacist by anybody?
I mean, really.

Airmet Tango on June 14, 2012 at 12:50 pm

When non-observant Jews mock observant Jews it is galling to me. Unfortunately, many Jews in this country are completely assimilated and don’t understand anything about Judaism. And yes, they would never say the same about a muzzie like Chicago Jesus. However, Orthodox Jews are mockable for several reasons. One of which is their lack of cooperation with local authorities as shown in the NYC case of sexual abuse by rabbis. Another is their insularity as shown by their complete “shock” at the murder of Lieby Kletzky in NYC. Finally, their vulgar and offensive behavior toward other Jews in Beit Shemesh is further proof these people are nuts.

FrenchKiss on June 14, 2012 at 2:00 pm

    FrenchKiss, you are correct but these are ULTRA orthodox and there’s a big difference from the sort of Orthodox Debbie and I and the majority of Jews who identify as Orthodox are. All the incidents you mention took place among sub-sects of very religious people who follow their rabbis in cult like fashion. This is very far from Torah teaching. I don’t mock them, I disavow and disdain them. So mock away if you wish, but please always append the word “ULTRA” to your use of “Orthodox.”

    Italkit on June 14, 2012 at 3:02 pm

@Italkit on June 14, 2012 at 3:02 pm

There is no difference between orthodox and ultra-orthodox. Either you are orthodox in your life style or you are not. As for cult-like rabbis, sorry, it doesn’t matter whether an orthodox sect has one or not.

The problem is that “halachically” an orthodox Jew no matter how immoral he is, is still a Jew because of blood. You can’t disavow them, so you are wrong. Ironically, a convert to Judaism that is moral and observes Jewish traditions (but not orthodox traditions), is NOT “halachically” Jewish. Those Jews are mocked by the orthodox all the time. Very Torah-like behavior, eh? The orthodox Jews, such as Satmar, Lubbavitcher, other Hasidic sects, still live in the 10th century. I prefer to live in the 21st century, and I still follow Jewish values and morals. I don’t need to follow all 613 mitzvot to be a Jew.

FrenchKiss on June 14, 2012 at 4:02 pm


I’m Catholic, not Jewish. However, when I saw an ad for it today, my first thought was, well, BK is NOT going for the Jewish demographic. Then, after reflection, I realized that BK, with it’s cheeseburgers and such, was already not Kosher.

Who WILL become incensed? Our “friends” at the Religion of Peace (sic).

LindaF on June 15, 2012 at 4:02 am

Burger King has been selling cheeseburgers for decades without complaint that this is “anti-Semitic”. How did the “Bacon Sundae” suddenly become more “anti-Semitic” than a cheeseburger?

I don’t get it!

There is NO Santa Claus on June 16, 2012 at 10:13 pm

KDR, why do you need so many words to say so little? Now it seems you’re saying that unity among conservatives would be advantageous. Perhaps in some short term partisan sense that’s true, but Debbie is not a partisan operative. I do not want my daily list of talking points when I come here.

Malkin and Vannity are not very intelligent, and they are not pricipled either. I have no need to hear from them. I also have no need for unity among conservatives.

I find you boring because you write looong complaints that lack much content. To your credit, at least your grammar is good.

skzion on June 17, 2012 at 3:01 pm

Lady, are you serious?
With all due respect, I do not want to insult you in any way I just want to make you aware that you might be overreacting to every news content that is somehow linked to the jewish history and culture.
You wrote “because they stole this practice from Judaism”. Is there any proof or is itb just another historical “fact” that only you think has happened?
What is the point of this article? Making people believe that anyone who makes a joke about jews not being allowed to eat meat and milk at the same time is a complete idiot and totally antisemitic? I understand that it’s an inappropiate, bad joke and I’m aware that this is a very sensitive topic but you are just overreacting. You insult people, you mix in your personal opinion, which is a mix of expressions filled with hate and agressive, hysterical offenses, and I personally think you’re a bad journalist if you can’t express your disapproval in a different way.
Now let’s come back to my first point where I wrote about your lack of historical education and no proof for what you write. According to your logic, 9/11 was commited by U.S. Americans. Here is the explanation why:

You told us earlier that the Pogrom was commited by the polish.
I can give you hundreds of examples where polish hid jews in their basements – with historical proof. I can tell you numbers of jews rescued by those people. I can tell you names of those people. It’s a fact.
Sadly, numerous polish were forced by the nazis to kill jews. Still, the number of jews rescued by those people is way bigger than the number of jews killed by polish. Why did you not mention the 6 million civil polish who also died in concentration camps and combat? (According to many sources this number is even bigger than the number of jews killed in WWII.)

So, just because something took place in a country and the citizens of this country were forced to take part on it, does not make them responsible for it. (U.S. citizens on the planes of 9/11?) There could be some cases of polish joining the nazis and killing jews, there are always exceptations, but:
-you have a tragically bad knowledge about WWII
-the Pogrom was caused by Nazis
-those were not ‘polish death camps’, those were death camps driven by nazis on polish soil
-President Obama was not right saying ‘polish death camps’
-you were not right defending him
-there are no facts supporting your theories of the Pogrom


I personally feel offended by your articles and lack of knowledge. I would love to see your information sources the next time you write an article. Still, you will probabbly ignore this message and you will stick to your theories of what happened in WWII which are a complete nonsense. No wonder some polish got so upset about your ignorant article and lack of maturity (Yeah, their reaction wasn’t mature either, but you’re an educated professional, who can react appropiate in such situations, are’nt you?[hell no, you start arguing]). Also, there is no hope for you recognizing that you have been wrong and apologizing for your mistake and made up facts. You don’t care if you let your followers read a nonsense you have devised don’t you?

GTD on June 17, 2012 at 7:24 pm

Nancy Snyderman is NOT Jewish. She herself in her own bio talks about going to church in her little Midwestern town. And today, Aug. 1, 2013, on NBC morning news, she advocated having women priests in the Catholic church.

Walte on August 1, 2013 at 9:08 am

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