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The Jewish Celebrity Resistance Is Happening On Twitter

Jewish celebrities were out to slay this weekend. Not with fashion. Not with films. With angry, funny reactions to the week’s news stories. We cased Twitter for the bitterest, juiciest responses to the news cycle from the world’s beautiful and funny Jews and Jewesses.

It was overwhelming.

Jews on old-fashioned anti-semitism:

Sarah Silverman kicking off the weekend with a lighthearted poll:

Close only counts in horseshoes, hand grenades, and internet polls.

Chelsea Handler getting into the swing of things:

Note that the top response reads, “what is she talking about?”

Jews on Vice President Pence’s athletic attendance:

Jewish celebrities on Twitter had the most opinions about sports Jews have ever had.

Jews on Harvey Weinstein:

Jews in entertainment wouldn’t dare say anything negative about Harvey Weinstein, right? Wrong.

Jews on Mel Gibson’s Comeback:

Jewish celeb tweets that combine Comic Con and Sukkot:

Jenny Singer is a writer for the Forward. You can reach her at [email protected] or on Twitter @jeanvaljenny

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