Shortly after the onset of the coronavirus pandemic last year, Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York managed to enrage much of the Jewish community with a single tweet.
There are mixed feelings in the Jewish community about Gillibrand, as the senator defends her outreach efforts and work in D.C.
The co-manager of Andrew Yang’s campaign to become mayor of New York City made controversial comments about Israel in 2012 that could complicate the candidate’s recent outreach efforts to the Orthodox communities of Brooklyn and other Jewish voters.
“New York is New York thanks to our city’s Jewish population — past, present and future.”
Massive gatherings among New York’s Hasidim have been a major point of tension between the community and state officials.
“Senator, did you call Congressman Schumer at ‘putzhead’?”
I felt, and feel, a loving obligation to this place that transcends what I feel about Denver.
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Men without masks could be seen going into synagogues bearing signs to “wear a mask at all times while staying in the premises.”
“The lawyers all have to get on the same page, and the NYPD has to get on the same page with the lawyers.”