In yet another notch on the Judeophobic Democratic Party bedpost, top primary contenders for president are boycotting the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference – an event that both Democrats and Republicans have attended without remorse for decades.
In the immediate past all presidential candidates – from Truman to Obama – valued AIPAC as a resource for Middle East policy and most considered the event a crucial stop on the campaign trail.
But that apparently does not resonate with 2020 challengers who might dream of the press that freshmen Representatives Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) have received by vocalizing their anti-Semitic trope laden hate speech. Senators Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Kamala Harris (D-CA), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and former Representative Robert “Beto” Francis O’Rourke (D-TX) are caving to pressure from the Party’s far left progressive socialists.
But Omar and Tlaib are just pawns for MoveOn.org – an alt-left group financed, in part, by George Soros, which dumped over $3 million into 2018 Midterms for progressives. MoveOn polled their members, who overwhelmingly agreed that Democrats should boycott the AIPAC event.
In other words, let’s piss off the Jews again to appease basement dwellers and socialists. They’ll get over it. We don’t represent their interests but, heck, who else are they going to support?
American Jews Wandering or Wondering?
Just as blacks and LGBTQ who were once “woke” are now walking away from a party that cares not past receiving a vote, American Jews are also preparing to search for a different ideological home. Jeff Ballabon, a self-described “very traditionally observant Jew” and former Trump advisor, in realizing where the progressive left was aiming, began the drumbeat for a Jewish Exodus – JExodus.
Ballabon revealed the new group at the Conservative Political Action Conference earlier this month, calling it a “rallying cry” to encourage Jews to seek a new political/ideological party:
“… it’s O.K. for Jews to be proudly independent or Republican or even active Trump supporters. The nightmare we have now where a major party believes it has a lock on the Jews and so is free to court Jew haters.”
Although the New York Times is spending a plethora of column inches in a desperate attempt to discredit the movement, it’s real, and it’s taking root. Thousands are now openly discussing the search for a new political party on social media using hashtags, creating Facebook pages to educate other Jews who may wonder where to turn, and saving their vote for other candidates.
Even if the NYT doesn’t feel thousands of dissenters are a threat to their beloved Democratic Party, perhaps they would do well to remember it was a handful of colonists who started the movement that sent tyranny packing long ago. And this may be the next battle in the revolution to save America.
Anti-Semitism is alive and well within the rank and file of the Democratic Party, and no amount of denial by leaders will keep the ugly beast contained. From the insipid and hateful rhetoric by Members of Congress to continued relations with Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan, what was once a mere creeping of anti-Jew bigotry in the dark recesses of America is now proudly worn on the armband of the progressive left.
And it has finally led to JExodus.