As the dust settles over the long election season, it’s time to examine the status of efforts to alter the pro-Israel tradition of the Democrats.
The most Jewish Joe Biden story is how he found his rabbi. The heavily centrist Jewish Democratic minority likes his Israel bona fides, too.
In a list of 50 unbecoming presidential facts about Trump is the item “Said Jewish people who vote Democrat are disloyal.” .
Democrats are trying to solve their “God problem” — and so are the Republicans.
“I think that we’re due for a change, and there’s no question about that. How much of a change is the question.”
“Bernie’s said the same thing forever. He is what he is.”
Democrats are split over placing conditions on U.S. military aid to Israel.
Bernie Sanders’ progressive track record dwarfs Warren’s.
Why is everyone focusing on Trump’s “disloyal” comments? We are forgetting that Democrats are just as guilty for not standing up for Jews.
They condemned Trump but didn’t explicitly call it “anti-Semitic” like they did with Omar. Meanwhile, Jewish Democrats in Congress did the opposite.