Aaron Smith-Levin—No Longer Trying to Hide His Antisemitism—Jokes About His Hatred for Jews 

Rabid anti-Scientologist and violent misogynist Aaron Smith-Levin has doubled down on his antisemitic position in recent days.

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Aaron Smith-Levin makes the Dr. Evil gesture when joking about his 2021 appearance on the podcast of a raving antisemite, Rick Wiles.

The timeline: 

  • October 22, 2021: Aaron Smith-Levin appears on the podcast of Rick Wiles, a notorious homophobe, Islamophobe and antisemite, who has insisted that “America has been Judaized,” “Judaism rules America,” “Our culture has been decimated ... by the synagogue of Satan,” and “Who’s the enemy of this Republic right now? Jewish Antifa ... They have to be crushed.... They’re destroying the Republic.”

    Wiles is also the author of the following revolting hate speech against Muslims: “Round up the Muslims and ship them out of this country. End of discussion. Outlaw Islam. Make it an illegal religion. Don’t tell me it can’t be done. Pass a constitutional amendment that says we’re a Christian nation and Islam is illegal. Done. Get rid of it. Stamp it out before it destroys civilization.… Anyone who is a practicing Muslim is mentally ill.”

  • July 20, 2023: A social media account that exposes anti-Scientologists posts about Smith-Levin’s 2021 appearance on Wiles’ podcast. 
  • July 20, 2023: The same day, Aaron Smith-Levin posts a 12-minute YouTube video under the pretense of asking his viewers to advise him on whether he should accept a hypothetical invitation to a show that Smith-Levin states he has not been invited onto. In the middle of the video, Smith-Levin jokes about being a guest on Wiles’ podcast and makes the following antisemitic excuse: “Don’t all evangelicals think the Jews killed Jesus?”
  • July 27, 2023: STAND League posts an article about Smith-Levin’s blatant antisemitism.
  • July 27, 2023: Smith-Levin, once again, jokes about his antisemitism, stating: “According to yesterday’s press release from Scientology, I recently ‘came out’ as antisemite. Truth is I’ve only come out to my friends. I’m still scared of what my parents will think.”