FOR AMERICAN JEWS THE PROVERBIAL “Y” IN THE ROAD HAS COME AND A DECISION HAS TO BE MADE

For a quick take on those of the Jewish faith who constantly affiliate themselves with the Democrats, the question arises, are they to continue to harbor themselves in the Democrat party? Has the time come where they make a serious breakout? To be part of an organization consisting of “Jew haters, anti Israel deniers and members of Hezbollah” is anathema to everything the progressive Jew has striven for during the past century.

Embattled Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) made arguably the most anti-Semitic remarks of her career on Wednesday night during a town hall event in Washington, D.C., claiming that her “Jewish colleagues” have devised a plan to silence her and that pro-Israel groups are making politicians loyal to Israel.

Back in Omar’s district, her constituents are waking up to her bigotry. A local newspaper published a letter to the editor by Omar constituent Maxine Baker, who said she regretted voting for Omar and called on her to resign:

I voted for Rep. Ilhan Omar. I am sorry I did. My hope was that now we have a large Somali population in Minnesota that it would be a good thing. To be elected to the United States Congress is such an honor and she could have done so much to promote relations between Somalis and other immigrants. But to make anti-semitic remarks about our Jewish allies is disgusting.

Our Jewish friends and neighbors come from the Holocaust. Isn’t that enough and didn’t the Somali people come to our country because they were being persecuted? In my opinion,
Rep. Omar is not a good representative of this country. There is no place for racism in our Congress. I urge Rep. Omar to resign.

Omar isn’t the only one elected to Congress who hate Jews and everything they supposedly stand for but in actuality don’t – influence, money, politicians, news media, institutions, the country, etc. The other three are Israel (Jew haters – doesn’t matter where the Jew lives, they are still supporters of Israel and therefore are conspiring with Israel.)

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Omar — who is a well-documented anti-Semite — was flanked by fellow far-left Democrat Reps. Rashida Tlaib (MI) and Pramila Jayapal (WA) (another Jew Hater from Washington state) during the event at a Busboys and Poets restaurant.
Omar has been under intense scrutiny from forces across the political spectrum for promoting anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and using anti-Semitic tropes, which earned her condemnation from her own party. Tlaib and Jayapal are also Muslim plants who have earned their credo by playing the Jew card.


Tlaib came under fire in January when she suggested that US senators backing an anti-boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) bill hold dual loyalties.

“They forgot what country they represent,” Tlaib said in a tweet at the time. “This is the U.S. where boycotting is a right & part of our historical fight for freedom & equality.”

If signed into law, the bill would protect states that pass anti-BDS bills, including those that ban work with contractors who boycott Israel, from lawsuits. Civil libertarians have decried the state laws as impinging on speech freedoms.

In response to Hoenlein’s allegation, Denzel McCampbell, Tlaib’s communications director, told The Times of Israel that “she was talking about senators like [Marco] Rubio who were attempting to strip Americans of their right to free speech. Any other interpretation is inaccurate and unintentional.”

Rashida Tlaib, then a Democratic candidate for Michigan’s 13th Congressional district, during a rally in Dearborn, Michigan, October 26, 2018.

Hoenlein also said the Conference of Presidents was particularly worried about support for Israel on the left wing of the Democratic party.

“We are very concerned about some of the currents in the body politic, especially on the democratic left,” he said. “But we have started already to reach out to people and sectors on the Democratic left and frankly we have found them receptive.”

Twenty-seven percent of Democrats said they sympathize with Israel over the Palestinians, a Pew Research Center poll from June 2018 found. That was down from 38% support among Democrats in a similar survey from 2001.

WASHINTON (JTA) — The Republican leader in the US House of Representatives said he would take action against two Democrats who have sharply criticized Israel if the Democratic majority did not do so.

If they do not take action I think you’ll see action from myself,” Kevin McCarthy of California, the minority leader, said according to Capitol Hill reporters writing for a number of newspapers. “This cannot sustain itself. It’s unacceptable in this country.”

So, the question remains, are the Jews to bolt the anti-Israeli party in 2020? Many are now questioning, as noted above, their support for a party that preaches antisemitism anti-Israeli diatribe on a daily basis. Time for the AMERICAN JEW TO WAKE UP BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.

(click) Pamela Geller, an (click)activist and blogger known for her virulent anti-Muslim opinions and writings. Geller, a diehard Trump supporter, is perhaps best known for her fierce public opposition to the construction of a mosque near the site of the 9/11 memorial, and her sponsorship in 2015 of a “Draw Muhammad” cartoon contest in Garland, Texas, after which two suspects opened fire on a security guard before being shot and killed by police. She was banned from entering England in 2013 after the country said her presence would not be “conducive to the public good.”

(click) Pamela Geller, an (click)activist and blogger known for her virulent anti-Muslim opinions and writings. Geller, a diehard Trump supporter, is perhaps best known for her fierce public opposition to the construction of a mosque near the site of the 9/11 memorial, and her sponsorship in 2015 of a “Draw Muhammad” cartoon contest in Garland, Texas, after which two suspects opened fire on a security guard before being shot and killed by police. She was banned from entering England in 2013 after the country said her presence would not be “conducive to the public good.”

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Brandeis University

In early 2014 Brandeis University in Massachusetts announced that Ali would be given an honorary degree at the graduation commencement ceremony. In early April, the university rescinded its offer following a review of her statements that was carried out in response to protests by the Council on American–Islamic Relations (CAIR) and lobbying by Joseph E. B. Lumbard, Head of the Islamic Studies Department, other faculty members and several student groups that accused Hirsi Ali of “hate speech”. University president Frederick M. Lawrence said that “certain of her past statements” were inconsistent with the university’s “core values” because they were “Islamophobic.”] Others expressed opinions both for and against this decision.[84] The university said she was welcome to come to the campus for a dialogue in the future.

The university’s withdrawal of its invitation generated controversy and condemnation among some. But, The Economist noted at the time that Hirsi Ali’s “Wholesale condemnations of existing religions just aren’t done in American politics.” It said that “The explicit consensus in America is ecumenical and strongly pro-religious …” The university was distinguishing between an open intellectual exchange, which could occur if Hirsi Ali came to campus for a dialogue, and appearing to celebrate her with an honorary degree.]A Brandeis spokesperson said that Ali had not been invited to speak at commencement but simply to be among honorary awardees. She claimed to have been invited to speak and expressed shock at Brandeis’ action. Hirsi Ali said CAIR’s letter misrepresented her and her work, but that it has long been available on the Internet. She said that the “spirit of free expression” has been betrayed and stifled.]David Bernstein, a law professor at George Mason University, criticised the Brandeis decision as an attack on academic values of freedom of inquiry and intellectual independence. Among the commenters, Jeffrey Herf, a Brandeis alumnus and historian, published an open letter criticizing Lawrence’s decision, saying it had “done deep and long-lasting damage to a university.” Lawrence J. Haas, the former communications director and press secretary for Vice President Al Gore, published an open letter saying that Lawrence “succumbed to political correctness and interest group pressure in deciding that Islam is beyond the pale of legitimate inquiry … that such a decision is particularly appalling for a university president, for a campus is precisely the place to encourage free discussion even on controversial matters.”]

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