THE JEWISH VOICE
‘Jexodus’ group helps Jewish millennials leave Democratic Party
by Joseph Wolkin
March 9, 2019
A new movement called “Jexodus” was launched at the beginning of March, in the midst of Democrats announcing their candidates for the 2020 presidential election. Jewish millennials started the group because they said they are tired of the Democratic party’s “blatant disregard for anti-Semitism.” While many Jexodus members have ideals that align with the Democratic party, they feel anti-Israel agendas that veer into anti-Semitism are taking over. Leading the charge for Jexodus is Elizabeth Pipko, who is serving as the group’s national spokesperson. READ MORE
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