The South Carolina senator called her out on the irrelevant comparison, suggesting that she “take a tour of the Holocaust Museum in DC.”
“Asking to be considered a refugee & applying for status isn’t a crime,” she tweeted. “It wasn’t for Jewish families fleeing Germany.
There is no evidence that the billionaire megadonor paid the thousands of migrants, or that it’s even a Democratic effort.
“These youngsters have grown up in [Israel], speak fluent Hebrew, are imbued with Israeli culture, and are loyal to the State of Israel.”
“Israel is a beacon of democracy and good governance…Given such a discouraging state of affairs, we seek to mitigate a potential humanitarian crisis.”
Around 20,000 men, many of whom are applying for refugee status, are being threatened with indefinite incarceration if they do not leave.
Soros has been the subject of conspiracy theories that many consider anti-Semitic in his native Hungary as well as the United States.
Israel’s cabinet approved a plan to deport nearly 40,000 migrants to an unknown but agreed-upon African country. Uganda denies that it struck a deal.
The legislation offers asylum seekers from Sudan and Eritrea a choice of being locked up in prison or to agree to be deported to Rwanda.
Israel’s Interior Minister has proposed allowing illegal immigrants to be deported without their consent, contradicting the Supreme Court.