Borat was never a victimless enterprise.
Pence’s ‘Jewish grandchildren’ defense of Trump isn’t just weak. It’s dangerous
Tired: “Thank you, Mr. Vice President.” Wired: “Enough already!”
It was the most significant invocation of the Jewish political bloc in a debate that largely shied away from issues seen as specific to Jewish voters.
Borat’s back with his daughter — and a reminder that our country is less connected than we think.
“Your faith and courage are an inspiration to the nation,” Pence told Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, who was injured during a deadly attack at his shul.
“Anti-Semitism has no place in the Congress of United States of America,” hey said.
“Loren Jacobs was stripped of his rabbinic ordination by the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations in 2003.”
Mike Pence was joined by a Jews for Jesus ‘rabbi’ who prayed for the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting at a Republican campaign rally.
“I invited the prayer because we must unite as a nation — while embracing our religious differences — in the aftermath of Pennsylvania,” she said.