Columnist Douglas Bloomfield writes in “The GOP has an antisemitism problem — opinion” (third link below): “Neither party in the United States has a monopoly on antisemitism. Jew-haters can be found on the extremes of both parties, but the GOP seems to attract a disproportionate number.” The video and articles linked below illustrate his point.
Quote: “The non-respondents [to a question about antisemitism in the GOP] included RNC chair Ronna McDaniel, former Vice President Mike Pence, National Republican Senatorial Committee chair Rick Scott, House Republican Conference chair Elise Stefanik, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin, and former Speaker Newt Gingrich, among others. The brush-offs ranged from total radio silence to promises to circle back ‘if we’re able to provide comment by your deadline’ to immediate hang-ups and finger-pointing at Democrats.”
— Business Insider
Read “The GOP’s Surrender to the Antisemites” ►
Read “The GOP has an antisemitism problem — opinion” ►
Read “[Busines] Insider asked 38 Republicans whether they’re concerned about growing anti-Semitic sentiments in their party. Their responses included silence, deflection, and rehashing old statements.” ►
Watch “How Anti-Semitic Rhetoric In The GOP Empowers Extremist Groups” [10:29]. ►
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