Media ignore extent of anti-Semitism in Democratic Party

[Ed. – The catalogue is a lengthy one. It makes the party’s situation with Reps. Omar and Tlaib more perilous and concerning.  More on the topic of this previous post (which links the Lid article).  Bold in original.]

Here’s the truth the media isn’t telling you about.  Rep Ilhan Omar is only a symptom of the Democratic Party’s move toward Antisemitism. The move has been happening for almost two decades, first appearing on Democratic/Liberal websites, The Huffington Post and The Daily Kos. …

[M]uch of the Democratic party Antisemitism in recent years (such as Rep Omar’s) comes out of their support of the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) movement.  The BDS movement grew out of the 2001 UN World Conference Against Racism, held in Durban, South Africa. It was an anti-Jewish hate fest. Copies of the anti-Semitic work, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, were sold on conference grounds; anti-Israel protesters jeered participants chanting “Zionism is racism, Israel is apartheid,” and “You have Palestinian blood on your hands”…

Louis Farrakhan was justifiably criticized for calling Jews termites, but before Farrakhan, Hank Johnson (D-GA) used that phrase. …

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Maxine Waters is another believer in the AIPAC anti-Semitic canard: … At a 2012 luncheon Waters announced her belief in one of the anti-Semitic canards, she said she won’t take money from AIPAC because as she suggests it has too much power over congress

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