The Democrat Party of anti-Semitism strikes again. The direct mail ads against Jewish Republican David Richter reeks of anti-Semitic stereotypes. Now imagine the reaction from the MSM if any Republican candidate released such an ad against a Democrat running for office. All hell would break lose. Jewish Americans must stop supporting the Democrat Party.
"David Richter, who is Jewish, is currently running for the Third Congressional District’s seat as a Republican, and was depicted in the ads from @SpeakerPelosi's @HouseMajPAC with a large nose and surrounded by $100 bills" https://t.co/Pcjm7xkNjg
— RJC (@RJC) September 16, 2020
Shameful.Where is @AndyKimNJ ‘s voice?Or is it just for BLM radicals ¬ https://t.co/aIluoQZKsR more silence from these hypocrites.Same for @JGreenblattADL @ADL Why I’m holding a fundraiser for @DavidRichterNJ .All welcome https://t.co/bY6COOg2lQ
— Stuart D. Meissner (@StuartMeissner) September 16, 2020
Jewish New Jersey Congressional Candidate Expresses Outrage Over ‘Antisemitic Ads’ Targeting Him
By Algemeiner, September 16, 2020
A New Jersey congressional candidate has expressed outrage after a direct-mail advertisement from his opponents appeared to traffic in antisemitic stereotypes.
David Richter, who is Jewish, is currently running for the Third Congressional District’s seat as a Republican, and was depicted in the ads from Democratic House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s House Majority PAC with a large nose and surrounded by $100 bills.
The New Jersey Globe quoted Richter as saying, “The photoshopped caricatures of me portrayed in these mailers, always surrounded by piles of cash, is a well-known dog whistle to those who want to further divide our country in hate and stir up resentment against me and other candidates that are Jewish.”
He said that his opponent, Rep. Andy Kim, should denounce the ads, and demanded an apology from Pelosi.
“Kim should immediately and publicly disavow these antisemitic ads and reject any further support from the House Majority PAC,” Richter said. “I also call on Nancy Pelosi to immediately issue an apology to everyone of the Jewish faith for allowing these disgraceful mailers to be sent to voters in my district.”
“At a time when antisemitism is on the rise, especially from the radical left, I’m extremely disappointed by the mailers that have been sent to voters,” he added.
Matt Brooks, executive director of the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC), called the ads an “outrageous antisemitic attack.”
House Majority PAC Independent Expenditure Director Brad Komar denied that the images were antisemitic, saying, “The mail pieces have nothing to do with David Richter’s religion, and everything to do with the fact he ran a company into the ground.”
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