DEM Congressman calls for progressive ‘deafening’ silence on anti-Semitic attacks
A Democratic congressman of Minnesota called on the progressive wing of his party for what he said was their “deafening” silence on the rise anti-semite attacks in America.
Representative Dean Phillips, whose district covers the western suburbs of the Twin Cities including Bloomington, Eden Prairie and Edina, warned his progressive colleagues in a tweet on Monday. The two-term congressman gutted progressives for not putting as much enthusiasm behind the condemnation of anti-Semitism as they have other progressive priorities.
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“I’ll say the quiet part out loud; it’s time for the ‘progressives’ to start condemning anti-Semitism and the violent attacks on Jews with the same intent and vigor demonstrated in other areas of the world. activism, âPhillips tweeted.
âThe silence was deafening,â added the St. Paul, Minnesota native.
Phillips’ criticism comes amid a spike in anti-Semitic attacks in the United States following rising tensions between Israel and PA-backed terror group Hamas sparked by rocket attacks launched indiscriminately in Jerusalem by the terrorist group.
“Conservatives are calling for violence in all its forms and on all sides, those on the far left remain silent until political expediency releases their lips,” the first-year representative told Fox News on Monday. Madison Cawthorn, RN.C.
“We must speak out against anti-Semitism at every opportunity,” added the first member of Congress. “There is no room for intolerant political thought for those who tout support for Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood abroad, but remain silent about anti-Semitic violence in their country.”
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Members of the “Squad” – the group of progressive democrats led by the Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y. – spoke out against the rise of anti-Semitism in the United States over the weekend, although some critics have suggested lawmakers bear responsibility for igniting anti-Jewish sentiments.
Lawmakers were set on fire by online users, who referred to previous tweets by members of the “brigade” who called Israel an “apartheid” state and accused Middle Eastern democracy of engaging in it. ethnic cleansing.
As anti-Zionist gangs beat Jews in her town, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez provided an almost intellectual base for their actions, defaming Israel as an apartheid state employing blind force in what she seems to think was a quest. capricious to murder as many Palestinian children as possible, instead of a very small and narrowly targeted military operation on terrorists, âwrote Seffi Kogan, world director of young leaders of the American Jewish Committee.
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Kogan added that Ocasio-Cortez “did not call for violence, but dug an area of âârespectability for some type of anti-Semitism, and others were only too happy to rush in, fists ruffles “.
Ocasio-Cortez and several members of the small, unofficial caucus spoke out against anti-Semitism, while others, such as Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., Mentioned anti-Semitism alongside Islamophobia or voicing criticisms. statements against anti-Semitism with criticisms against Israel.
Fox News’s Tyler Olson contributed to this report.