“I’m not good at backslapping. I’m not good at pleasantries. If you have your birthday, I’m not going to call you up to congratulate you.”
Joel Rubin is an insider in both the Jewish and Democratic establishments — entities that Sanders has previously kept at a distance.
The former vice president, campaigning in Iowa, calls the plan to pressure Israel over its treatment of the Palestinians “bizarre.”
“Working hard so one day I can make that Jew Money,” Darius Khalil Gordon once tweeted.
“I abhor Donald Trump for the same reasons you do,” said one rabbi. “But I’ll be damned if I’m going to vote for Bernie Sanders.”
Sanders also called the situation in the Gaza Strip “unsustainable,” citing high levels of unemployment.
The biggest tell is that Sanders never really gets around to telling us how he would or should “fight anti-Semitism.”
Bernie Sanders’s essay on anti-Semitism has American Jews talking
Sanders’s op-ed shows us he will take on white nationalism as president.
To really fight anti-Semitism, Bernie Sanders must stop turning a blind eye to anti-Jewish prejudice on the left.