democrat anti-Semitism comes to a head

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On Saturday night there was an attack in a New York synagogue.

A knife-wielding assailant stabbed four people in a rabbi’s basement synagogue in Rockland County during a crowded Hanukkah celebration Saturday night, according to a law enforcement source.

The suspect fled the scene in a 2015 Nissan Sentra, driving over the George Washington Bridge into Manhattan — and was promptly arrested by the NYPD at 144th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem at midnight, the source said.

The accused attacker, whose name was not released, was transferred back to Rockland County around 4 a.m. from the 32nd Precinct by State Troopers, the lead agency on the case.

It was the 6th anti-Semitic attack in 4 days in NY. You might be tempted to describe this as “some people did something.”

Seemingly within seconds, led by some of the lower lights in the democrat party, democrats were attempting to pin the blame on Donald Trump and the GOP:

Eric Swalwell:

NY Mayor Bill DeBlasio:

Andrew Cuomo preened:

“We see anger. We see hatred exploding. It is American cancer in the body politic,” he said, adding that there have been more than 10 suspected anti-Semitic incidents in New York in just the past few weeks.

“It is intolerant. It is ignorant. But it is also illegal. At the end of the day, it is not just about words but actions. It is violence spurred by hate. It is mass violence, and I consider this an act of domestic terrorism,” he said.

So let’s have a look at how democrat-run New York City handles the perpetrators:

Suspects arrested in last week’s spree of eight anti-Semitic attacks are being quickly released right back into the neighborhoods they terrorized thanks to “bail reform” legislation — which doesn’t even take effect until Jan. 1.

The most recent case of revolving-door justice came Saturday morning, with the release, with no bail, of a woman charged with punching and cursing at three Orthodox women, ages 22, 26 and 31, in Crown Heights, Brooklyn at dawn the day before.

The accused assailant, Tiffany Harris, was hauled in handcuffs before a Brooklyn judge on 21 menacing, harassment and attempted assault charges.

“F-U, Jews!” Harris, 30, of Flatbush, allegedly shouted during the attack.

“Yes, I was there,” Harris later admitted to cops, according to the criminal complaint against her.

“Yes, I slapped them. I cursed them out. I said ‘F-U, Jews.”

But thanks to “bail reform”:

As she stood before a judge in Brooklyn Criminal Court with the hood to a navy blue jacket over her head, Harris was in familiar territory.

She still has an open harassment and assault case on the Brooklyn docket from November 2018.

And last month, she was sentenced to no jail time for felony criminal mischief in Manhattan, court records show — a case for which she had repeatedly failed to make court appearances.

And wouldn’t you know it:

A Brooklyn miscreant accused of slapping three Orthodox Jewish women last week struck again on Sunday and was busted for assaulting another woman, police said.

A day after she was released without bail on charges stemming from the Friday attack, Tiffany Harris was charged with assault for slugging a 35-year-old in the face on Eastern Parkway near Underhill Avenue in Prospect Heights at about 9:15 a.m., according to police.

And if they do happen to lock them up:

So sorry we had to lock you up — please accept these parting gifts as an expression of our hope, it won’t happen again!

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s latest soft-on-crime initiative has workers stationed on Rikers Island presenting newly released jailbirds with free transit passes and two $25 debit cards each, The Post has learned.

Plans even call for the addition of prepaid, “burner”-style cellphones and drawstring bags for the ex-inmates to carry their swag, a source familiar with the program said.

DeBlasio has been projecting his failures onto the right:

Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that anti-Semitism is a “right-wing movement” — while rejecting a claim that the left plays any role in discriminating against Jews.

“I think the ideological movement that is anti-Semitic is the right-wing movement,” de Blasio said at a Brooklyn press conference Tuesday about the increase of hate crimes in New York City. Hate crimes against all minority groups are up 64% compared to this time last year. Anti-Semitic incidents have spiked by 90%.

De Blasio said he did not agree with a claim by a reporter that there is also rising anti-Semitism “on the left in the BDS movement and around the world.” The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement is a largely left-wing campaign to ban Israeli products.

“I want to be very, very clear, the violent threat, the threat that is ideological is very much from the right,” de Blasio said, adding that the perpetrators trace their history back to Nazism and fascism.

DeBlasio has hung out the cops to dry and now Jews as well.

And it isn’t just his ideological blinders. The mayor has also helped create an anti-police ­atmosphere, in which the vigilant presence of officers is considered a bad thing. At an anti-police rally last month, there were signs calling for violence against the NYPD.

De Blasio’s response? He insinuated that the idea that there’s anti-police sentiment in our city is, yes, another right-wing plot.

In 2020 I don’t want to read ­another column like this one. All Jews want is to live our lives in safety. To ensure that, the mayor will have to stop using the violence against us to fight his invisible political foes.

De Blasio’s ideology has led to apathy, which, in turn, has resulted in injured Jews in our city. It’s time for his administration to take serious action, starting by flooding hot-spot neighborhoods with ­police officers empowered to act.

The democrat party has long evolving problem of anti-Semitism. From a great article by Matt Margolis from this past March:

Why does Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) still have her position on the House Foreign Relations Committee? House Republicans stripped Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) of his committee positions after making his own controversial remarks. Omar should have met the same fate. But considering recent history, it’s not surprising that Omar remains unpunished. It’s just the latest example of their party turning a blind eye to the rise of anti-Semitism in their ranks over the years—if not embracing it at times. Perhaps the most shocking thing was Omar’s subsequent criticism of Barack Obama, calling his “hope and change” slogan a mirage. “We can’t be only upset with Trump,” she said. “His policies are bad, but many of the people who came before him also had really bad policies. They just were more polished than he was.” She added, “And that’s not what we should be looking for anymore. We don’t want anybody to get away with murder because they are polished. We want to recognize the actual policies that are behind the pretty face and the smile.” Ouch.

About obama:

Prior to being elected president of the United States, Obama spent twenty years in the congregation of Jeremiah Wright. Wright’s anti-American and anti-Semitic remarks became a liability for Obama during the 2008 election but didn’t matter enough to the people who voted for him. Obama may have been forced to quit his church and distance himself from Wright, but that didn’t change who Obama was at heart—and it presented itself once he showed up to the White House.

And the we have The Squad:

Today, the Democratic Party is more willing to tolerate anti-Semitism and embrace anti-Semites… because they can. Even 2020 presidential candidates and party leaders are choosing to support Omar and her blatant anti-Semitism rather than risk backlash from their base. House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) defended her by downplaying the experiences of Holocaust survivors, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she doesn’t think Omar is anti-Semitic but “has a different experience in the use of words,” and she “doesn’t understand that some of them are fraught with meaning that she didn’t realize.” The excuses keep rolling in, but what can’t be denied is that Obama’s “pretty face” and smile made anti-Semitic and anti-Israel sentiments more acceptable in the Democratic Party, paving the way for Rep. Ilhan Omar to speak her heart yet maintain her position on the House Foreign Relations committee. This is the party Obama left behind. This is Obama’s legacy.

More on the twins Omar and Tlaib:

• Both are anti-Semites. Evidence: Both representatives continue to employ anti-Semitic tropes including Jewish dual loyalties, Jews paying off U.S. politicians and half a dozen more.

• Both support the hateful Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which is clearly anti-Semitic since it denies the right of Jews—unlike any other ethnic group—to self-determination and a nation state in their ancient homeland.

• Omar and Tlaib reportedly intended to visit Al Aqsa mosque atop the Temple Mount, which has been the scene of dozens of spontaneous riots, many violent. Surely the notoriety of these two members of Congress would have provided enough fuel to spark another conflagration.

Omar and Tlaib had every opportunity to visit Israel on an organized trip with 41 of their Democratic colleagues from the House of Representatives several weeks ago, but they spurned the invitation. Instead the pair opted for a trip sponsored by Miftah, an organization that supports BDS, approves of suicide bombings against Israeli civilians and reportedly has ties to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a designated terrorist organization.

Even more here.

Meanwhile Donald Trump has recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. This month Trump signed an Executive Order protecting Jewish students on campuses.

President Trump signed an executive order Wednesday that would cut federal funding to colleges and universities that don’t curb anti-Semitism against Jewish students.

Trump’s new order is set to hit the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement head-on. It invoked Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to fight anti-Semitic rhetoric on college campuses and called on federally funded agencies to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of anti-Semitism in cases of discrimination.

“This is my message to universities,” Trump said during a Hanukkah reception at the White House. “If you want to accept the tremendous amount of federal funding you get every year, you must reject anti-Semitism.”

He was immediately accused of being an anti-Semite by liberals for it. Thinks again, says Jason Greenblatt:

I am an observant Jew who worked for Donald Trump for 23 years. Only a very small group of people in the world have the deep experience that I do as a Jew who worked very closely for the man who now leads our country. Never once have I seen any evidence of anti-Semitism by him. He has always been tremendously respectful of me and my observance and of Judaism.

I have a message to all my Jewish brothers and sisters – and to all Americans who support Jews and the state of Israel: Despite our many differences of opinion on politics and policy that exist today, the time has come to unite to fight the real enemies of the Jewish people and Israel.

democrats have a long and deep rooted association with anti-Semitism. Their efforts to project these issues to the right come up woefully short and and are patently transparent. democrats have nurtured anti-Semitism in their party and now they reap what they have sown.

They have a problem.

 

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Eccl 8:11 says:
When the sentence for a crime is not speedily executed, the hearts of men become fully set on doing evil.
Giving wrongdoers a no-bail release and even “swag” for the indignity of their arrest, justified or not, is a recipe for more badness.

We saw that with the woman who ignored her court dates for previous crimes, got no-bail release for bashing three Jewish women, then going right back to assaulting females a day later.

We saw it with the man who punched a police horse, got out then took a machete to a room full of Jews.

BUT, WHY?
Gee, I can’t think of any reason.
Jesse Jackson:
Hymies, Hymietown.
Louis Farrakhan:
Farrakhan Compares Jews to ‘Termites’ in Anti-Semitic Rant, but Twitter Doing Nothing About It
Jerimiah Wright: Oh, we can’t find his quotes because he deleted every sermon he published (and there were nasty anti-Semitic rants in many of them) before Obama’s election in 2008.

But somehow it is President Trump (daughter and SIL and grandchildren all Jewish) who is causing these attacks.
How about ….NOT!

Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that anti-Semitism is a “right-wing movement”

So, he’s saying that Sandy, Omar, Tlaib, Farrakhan and Sharpton are “right wing”? You Democrats… can’t you SEE how little regard for your intelligence your political leaders have for you? Probably with good reason…

“I want to be very, very clear, the violent threat, the threat that is ideological is very much from the right,” de Blasio said, adding that the perpetrators trace their history back to Nazism and fascism.

Nazism and fascism is left wing… not right. SOCIALISM is leftist, DeBlasio, you moron.

Anti-Semitism will be like gun control for the left. They will foment and encourage it then use the results to attack political opponents and advance their agenda. They know they have anti-Semites in their ranks; they’ve actively excused it away. They simply don’t care.

Blaming Trump for the rise in anti-Semitic violence is just another of the despicable things Democrats do.