“Democrats expected Jewish voters to help them flip Georgia and Florida. Instead, Jewish voters flipped them off”

Democrats’ anti-Semitism cost them in Florida and Georgia
by Daniel Greenfield
November 8, 2020

Before the election, Brandeis University’s Steinhardt Social Research Institute marked Georgia, along with Florida, as one of the states where the Jewish vote could help decide the election. Georgia has 103,000 Jewish voters and Democrats had been counting on them to flip the state. With a Senate election and special election, two Senate seats were up for grabs, and Democrats threw money at former Al Jazeera collaborator Jon Ossoff and activist Raphael Warnock… Georgia Democrats had backed a candidate who had ties to a notorious anti-Semitic figure and who had signed a letter accusing Israel of apartheid and segregation, and Trump took home half the Jewish vote. READ MORE

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