Bernie Sanders opened up about his Jewish identity, family history in the Holocaust, time in Hebrew school and knowledge of Hebrew and Yiddish.
Sarsour, the Women’s March leader who supports the BDS movement against Israel, spoke in a video tweeted by the Sanders campaign.
He brought up his personal history, as the “proud son of Jewish immigrants” whose relatives were killed in the Holocaust.
Robert Pratersch left three voicemail messages where he threatened to behead Sanders “ISIS-style” and called him anti-Semitic slurs.
Some think he’s not comfortable talking about Judaism. Others say a Jewish president will make anti-Semitism worse. And what will he do about Israel?
He was strong at bat, hitting the ball and running the bases in long khakis, with his famously hunched shoulders.
“I am a proud Jewish person, and I have no concerns about voting Democratic. In fact, I intend to vote for a Jewish man to become the next president.”
Sanders called the decision “an outrage.
“No democracy should deny entry to visitors based on the content of their ideas — even ideas they strongly object to,” Joe Biden tweeted Thursday.
It’s like watching a cartoon bear and cartoon cat become best friends.