ON HER Facebook page, Alberta, Canada resident Monika Schaefer lists herself as a self-employed violin instructor.
In the first five seconds of her video titled “Sorry Mom, I was wrong about the Holocaust,” the former Green party candidate is shown deftly playing the violin.
However, it’s not her violin playing but what she says in the video that is garnering all of the attention. Less than three minutes into the video Schaefer, who was born in Canada of German heritage, tells a story of how as a child she was taught to believe the Holocaust happened. She goes on to say she confronted her parents about why they didn’t do anything to stop the Holocaust.
They replied they didn’t know it was happening. Schaefer says her parents didn’t know about the genocide because “these things did not happen.”
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