What a hypocrite, liar, and coward Alan Elsner is. Elsner suggests that the largely pro-Israel and pro-Jewish Republican Party is now accepting of neo-Nazis because of the election of Donald Trump. Elsner cited the emergence of Russell Walker in North Carolina, Arthur Jones in Illinois, Paul Nehlen in Wisconsin, and finally Corey Stewart in Virginia as examples. What Elsner forgot to mention is that these four candidates have been rightfully ostracized by the Republican Party. The GOP withdrew their support from Russell Walker and denounced Arthur Jones and Paul Nehlen. Corey Stewart’s campaign is in turmoil as Republicans are withdrawing support for his campaign in droves.
It bears nothing that J Street is funded by hard-left antisemites (like George Soros) and Muslims hostile to Israel. J Street’s tax returns and J-Street-PAC’s Federal Election Commission filings show that J-StreetPAC received enormous funding from dozens of Arab- and Muslim contributors, many with ties to Arab-American organizations and pro-Iranian advocacy groups that are hostile to Israel.
Contrast that with the J-Street supporting Democrat Party. The Democrat Party has been embracing anti-Semites for years. In November 2018, anti-Semitic Democrats such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Scot Wallace, Leslie Cockburn, and Ilhan Omar will all be running for Congress. Where is the condemnation from Alan Elsner and J-Street? J-street has defended Rep. Keith Ellison, despite his associations with the fervent anti-Semite and Holocaust minimizer Louis Farrakhan. J-Street has also embraced Bernie Sanders, despite his anti-Semitism and hatred of Israel.
If Elsner really cared about the dangers of Nazism, he would have condemned his own organization (J-Street) for accepting vast amounts of money from George Soros. Elsner (and the rest of J-Street) are not concerned about Nazis in the Republican Party. Elsner and J-Street are only concerned about character assassinating Trump, and supporters of the Republican Party, because they are opposed to their political agenda, and of course, because they support Israel.
“Neo-Nazis Look for New Home in Trump’s Republican Party,” by Alan Elsner, J Street,
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A recent article on the major news website Vox. com began with a terrifying statement:
“In at least five state and national races across the country, the Republican Party is dealing with an uncomfortable problem. Their party’s candidate is either a card-carrying Nazi, a Holocaust denier, a proud white supremacist, or all of the above.”
In one way, this should not be so surprising. After all, President Trump last year called some of the racists and white supremacists who marched under the banner of the swastika in Charlottesville, Virginia “very fine people.” As they walked down the street, the white-nationalist protesters chanted “blood and soil,” the English translation of a Nazi slogan. One of the men seen marching with the fascist group American Vanguard, James A. Fields, deliberately rammed a car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing 32-year-old counter-protester Heather Heyer.
During his presidential campaign, Trump used clear anti-Semitic tropes and dog whistles. Both as a candidate and since 2017 as president, scarcely a week has gone by without him making some new bigoted statements against Africans, African Americans, Muslims and Hispanics.
A report issued in February by the Anti-Defamation League found that anti-Semitic incidents rose by almost 60 percent in 2017, an unprecedented jump and surely no coincidence. “A confluence of events in 2017 led to a surge in attacks on our community – from bomb threats, cemetery desecrations, white supremacists marching in Charlottesville, and children harassing children at school,” said ADL Director Jonathan Greenblatt. “These incidents came at a time when we saw a rising climate of incivility, the emboldening of hate groups and widening divisions in society.”…
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