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Allen West Accused of Anti-Semitism, Is Out of Work (Again)

Colonel Commie Hunter/Former Florida Congressman Allen West is out of a job. Again. And this time, it might be because he's being accused of anti-Semitism.

According to BuzzFeed, West is no longer at his right-wing gig at PJ Media after he allegedly got into an argument with a female employee, told her to shut up, and then said she was a "Jewish American Princess."

Allen West mistreating and verbally attacking a woman? INCONCEIVABLE!

West was the director of programing for PJ Media, but was fired for his altercation with the woman, according to sources.

But, West is gonna West, and when reached for a comment, he told BuzzFeed that he wasn't fired, HE QUIT.

Ha. Ha. Good one, West!

West says he's leaving PJ Media to get back into politics, which would be the gift that keeps on exploding in your face.

"No, I didn't get fired," West said. "I'm leaving to pursue political aspirations. That's it. There'll be a statement that comes out and it's effective in October."

Asked specifically whether he referred to the employee as a "Jewish American princess," West said simply, "There was an exchange, that's all."

Of course, this is the same West that called Debbie Wasserman Shultz "vile," and "not a lady," and said that women "have been neutering American men and bringing us to the point of this incredible weakness."

So our advice is to take Allen West's words with a grain of bullshit.

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