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MEAN GENES: Jewish Comedian Chelsea Handler’s “Very, very strong” Grandpa With A “Sense of humor” Was A Nazi…But The Trump Family Offends Her

Leftist bully and “funny girl” has repeatedly attacked Donald Trump. She didn’t stop with Donald either. Earlier this week Chelsea Handler said she “wouldn’t interview the First Lady” because she could “barely speak English.”
Perhaps the comedian, who does not hold a college degree, should do her research first. The First Lady speaks at least five languages, including English, French, Italian, German, and Slovene. –FOX

Handler also defended SNL writer Katie Rich who tweeted that Barron Trump “will be this country’s first homeschool shooter.”

Chelsea Handler likes to think of herself as very accepting of other races and ethnicities. She even posed with a foreign looking bus boy on Twitter just to prove it. LOL!

One thing she doesn’t seem to be tweeting about is her grandfather who she said had a “sense of humor” and was a Nazi soldier. Hmmmm….

Every family’s history holds its secrets, for good and for bad.
For comedian Chelsea Handler, the biggest questions lay with the fact that her maternal grandfather fought for the Nazi regime in World War II.

In a new episode of TLC’s Who Do You Think You Are, Handler, 38, discovers exactly what role her grandfather, Karl Stoecker, played in one of history’s most atrocious genocides.

She traces his path from Nazi soldier to American immigrant through documents and interviews with sources familiar with her family’s history.

Chelsea likes to make the comparison of President Trump to dictators. Someone should probably tell her that her own grandfather made it possible for the worst dictator in history to slaughter her ancestors:

Handler’s story is made all the more compelling by the fact that was she raised Jewish in a family of faith.

‘My father, I guess, made a deal with my mother when they had children that they were gonna be raised Jewish,’ Handler says. ‘So I connect with my Judaism, or the Jewish side of my family, more than anything else.’

And growing up, Handler had no idea that her grandfather – a ‘very, very strong man’ she describes as having a ‘sense of humour’ – had a dark past.

In the episode, she reveals that he was taken as a prisoner of war to America, where he likely stayed in Montana for several years.
‘When he went back to Germany, he was very eager to come and take his family and move them back to the United States,’ Handler says.

From 100PFU.