WW2 didn't start in 1939. The Jews declared war when Hitler came to power in 1933, installed puppets like Churchill and Roosevelt and assassinated candidates who were in their way, like Long.
On September 8, 1935, Weiss confronted and shot Huey Long in the Capitol building in Baton Rouge. Weiss was cornered and killed by Long's bodyguards, being shot sixty-one times. In an unusual public response, thousands attended his funeral.
Weiss was born in Baton Rouge to Carl Adam Weiss, M.D., and the former Viola Maine. His family was Jewish. [Source]
In terms of foreign policy, Long was a firm isolationist. He argued that the United States involvement in the Spanish–American War and the First World War had been deadly mistakes conducted on behalf of Wall Street. He also opposed American entry into the World Court, the international court attached to the League of Nations. [Source]
Policy on Federal Reserve & Communism:
Long was a staunch opponent of the Federal Reserve System [Source] and Communism. [Source] Long was smeared for these particular policies. Roosevelt referred to Long as a "Hitler-type" politician. [Source] It Can't Happen Here, a satirical 1935 political novel by American author Sinclair Lewis, portrays Long as a Nazi. [Source]
Cover of Daily Express, March 24th, 1933, reporting Jewish declaration of war.
Cover of Atlanta Georgia newspaper September 19th, 1935, reporting assassination.
The contemptuous face of Chris Weiss.
RIP Huey Long - another casualty of the Jewish revolutionary spirit.