Overshadowing the battle against anti-Semitism
by Jonathan Tobin
July 16, 2019
…But even in a normally slow July news cycle, coverage of the [DOJ] anti-Semitism summit was buried underneath the avalanche of attention devoted to the spat between President Donald Trump and the “squad” of left-wing members of Congress whom he told to “go back where they came from.”…So in one fell swoop, Trump not only united the chattering classes in outrage against yet another of his outrageous statements, but more importantly, validated the notion that these four radical members of Congress are heroines to be supported, rather than destructive and hateful extremists who ought to be shunned. READ MORE
ARUTZ SHEVA Trump: Radical Democrats anti-America, anti-Israel, pro-terror The president has faced criticism for a series of tweets directed at the four Congresswomen on Sunday in which he called for them to “go back” to the countries that they came from and criticizing the Democratic party for condoning their “disgraceful behavior” Three of the four Congresswomen were born in the United States. Ilhan Omar was born in Somalia.