Rohrabacher, who has been re-elected for three decades, has a history of fraternizing with “alt-right” advocate and internet troll Charles C. Johnson.
The 2018 election wasn’t the blue tsunami that Democrats hoped for, but it should have brought them some measure of satisfaction — yet it didn’t.
“If you’re not willing to go all the way progressive, you’re just not going to win against Donald Trump in 2020,” she said.
Last night’s results contain reasons for hope, but they also contain seeds of acrimony and destruction.
“And mazel tov,” Tapper retorted, saying Democrats are going to make Trump’s life “a living hell.”
Prior to her successful congressional run last year, Rosen’s only elective experience was as president a Reform synagogue in suburban Las Vegas.
American Jews have had a wake up call about what it means to be a Diaspora Jew. We have more in common with other minorities than Israel.
Two Jewish leaders recently said he is “an enthusiastic crusader for the same types of abhorrent beliefs held by the Pittsburgh shooter.”
“Thanks to our president, anti-Semitism is in the rise,” he said, as the audience yelled, “Get off the stage” and “We like Donald.”
The Democratic ripple that wasn’t quite a wave on Tuesday restored some balance to America’s dangerously lopsided political system.