Model and activist Montana Tucker is here with us. Unfortunately, she sees a concerning similarity between current events and the Holocaust. Being raised by two Holocaust survivor grandparents, Tucker has heard firsthand accounts of how it all began. She urges everyone to take this situation seriously, as it mirrors the start of the Holocaust.
Tucker explains that back then, the persecution of Jews stemmed from hatred, false stories, propaganda, and denial of evidence. Similarly, today we have video footage of violence and killings, yet some people still deny the reality. Tucker shares stories from her grandparents about how friends turned on them when news painted the Jews as the cause of all problems.
Tucker expresses her disbelief at the denials, considering the abundance of proof available through social media and news coverage. As a proud Jewish person, Tucker admits to feeling scared in America. The messages she receives on social media are disturbing, and many Jews do not feel safe walking in the streets. Even young children have to stay home from school because their schools are not secure for them.
Tucker expresses nervousness about being in New York City at the moment, especially with approaching protesters. She thanks the interviewer for the conversation and hopes to stay safe..