More vile anti-Semitism from the Left

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Freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) admitted in a recent interview that she experiences a "calming feeling" whenever she thinks about the Holocaust because her Palestinian ancestors helped "create a safe haven for Jews."
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However, Tlaib claimed in the same interview the role was "forced on" her ancestors "in a way that took their human dignity away."
What did Tlaib say?
"There's kind of a calming feeling, I always tell folks, when I think of the Holocaust and the tragedy of the Holocaust and the fact that it was my ancestors — Palestinians — who lost their land and some lost their lives, their livelihood, the human dignity, their existence in many ways had been wiped out," Tlaib said.
"All of it was in the name of trying to create a safe haven for Jews, post the Holocaust, post the tragedy and horrific persecution of Jews across the world at that time. And, I love the fact that it was my ancestors that provided that, right?" she continued. "But they did it in a way that took their human dignity away, right? And it was forced on them."

Tlaib made her shocking remarks during an appearance on Yahoo News' "Skullduggery" podcast last week.
Rashida Tlaib on the Holocaustyoutu.be
Tlaib's comments came in response to podcast co-host Dan Klaidman, who asked about Tlaib's support of a one-state solution between Israel and Palestine. Tlaib said she supports a one-state solution because it would provide equity for both Jews and Muslims.
However, Klaidman was quick to call out the freshman lawmaker, noting that a one-state solution would make Jews a minority in a single Arab-Israel state.
"But Dan it's not up to us to decide what it looks like," Tlaib shot back.
When the podcast hosts pushed back further, Tlaib launched into a broadside against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying a two-state solution is "impossible" because Netanyahu has "proceeded to divide, how he has proceeded to dissect and segregate communities."
What was the reaction to Tlaib's comments?
The Michigan lawmaker was widely condemned on social media for her "breathtakingly vile" comments.
But she was also called out for what appears to be historical ignorance concerning the connection between top Nazi leaders and Haj Amin al-Husseini, the top Islamic leader in Jerusalem during the inter-war period who remained a top leader during the war.
Not only did al-Husseini meet with Adolf Hitler during the war, but he held a well-documented relationship with SS commander Heinrich Himmler, the mastermind behind the Nazi "final solution."
And while some historians have attempted to say that al-Husseini was unaware of the Holocaust, most serious historians believe al-Husseini had intimate knowledge of the genocide.
Al-Husseini also attempted to block Jews escaping Europe from settling in Palestine.


Rashida Tlaib makes 'breathtakingly vile' comments about the Holocaust — and rewrites history in process
 
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The way the children of the Nazi-collaborators in America now pretend to be pro-Jewish is truly ludicrous. Heil Trumpf and Zionist nszism!
It would be nice if you were to actually address the subject of Tlaib's comments. I understand the frustration of trying to defend the indefensable by deflection and "what aboutism'.
 
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The way the children of the Nazi-collaborators in America now pretend to be pro-Jewish is truly ludicrous. Heil Trumpf and Zionist nszism!
The Republicans know they are in big trouble. They are trying to get Jewish voters on the anti semitism narrative, and they have a dual front right now on anti abortion, the Democrats are going to repeal the 2nd amendment narratives.
 
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The Republicans know they are in big trouble. They are trying to get Jewish voters on the anti semitism narrative, and they have a dual front right now on anti abortion, the Democrats are going to repeal the 2nd amendment narratives.
Trying to get Jewish support?

LOL.

Why not address the comments?

The DNC has a serious problem here. They even identified Omar's comments as anti-Semitic, but they still cover for her.
 
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Trying to get Jewish support?

LOL.

Why not address the comments?

The DNC has a serious problem here. They even identified Omar's comments as anti-Semitic, but they still cover for her.
There you go again. You'll never get the Jews to switch their allegiances to the GOP because they know that all those unite-the-right types who rallied in Charlottesville identify with Trump, Steve King (R-IA), and especially Sebastian Gorka.


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The Republicans know they are in big trouble. They are trying to get Jewish voters on the anti semitism narrative, and they have a dual front right now on anti abortion, the Democrats are going to repeal the 2nd amendment narratives.
It's so bordering-on-the-retarded to say that there is "anti-semitism from the left." There is hardly a Jew in America who is not ON the left.
Of course, it's just more Right Wing White Nationalists trying to equate the questionable words from ONE woman to the attitude of over half the nation.
But, when you've got that fat orange turd as the object of your rarified glorification, you have to do something.
 
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There you go again. You'll never get the Jews to switch their allegiances to the GOP because they know that all those unite-the-right types who rallied in Charlottesville identify with Trump, Steve King (R-IA), and especially Sebastian Gorka.


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Yea, so National Socialist equals a conservative

You're a genius, aren't you.

I think you will find that the Jew haters hide on the fringes of both parties


Problem is, on the democrat side of things they seem to be normalizing anti-Semitism openly.

I don't think anti-Semites like Omar will ever be chastised again for her offensive comments.
 
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Yea, so National Socialist equals a conservative
Draw your own conclusions, but if you think the Jews are going to support your politics and ideology, you couldn't be more mistaken. By the way, those weren't run of the mill conservatives rallying in Charlottesville, they were members of the alt-right and white supremacists.
 
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