2020 Democratic Presidential hopefuls bow to Jew-haters, boycott AIPAC conference

 

This is what American Jews get for supporting the Democrat Party with votes and astronomical donations: the boycotting of a pro-Israel event by the Democrat Party’s presidential candidates, at the behest of the radically anti-Semitic MoveOn.org group. This boycott should not be a surprise to anyone. The Democrat presidential candidates know that if they so much as step foot in the AIPAC Policy Conference, it will be the end of their campaign.

AIPAC made a disastrous mistake by choosing to not aggressively confront the anti-Semitism that has been rampant in the Democrat Party since the election of President Obama. Now they are paying the price. If AIPAC’s leaders were smart, they would be using all of their resources to help ensure that President Trump and the Republicans rout the anti-Semitic and Israel-hating Democrats in 2020.

Now is a perfect opportunity for President Trump to engage the Jewish community, given the blatant Jew-hatred from the Democrats. It would be a terrible missed opportunity if Trump chooses to not address the Jewish community at the AIPAC Policy Conference. Trump has a real chance to sway Jewish centrists to his and the Republican Party’s side.

Pro-Israel American Jews are going to have to make a choice: they must either fight the Democrats with everything they have, or continue to support the Democrats and be relegated to irrelevancy. No Jewish American with a brain or dignity should support the Democrat Party. The new neo-Nazi Democrat Party is a serious threat to American Jewry, and it must be fought accordingly. #JEXODUS.

“Several 2020 Democrats to skip AIPAC conference after call to boycott,” by Adam Edelman, NBC News, March 21, 2019:

Several Democratic presidential candidates will skip the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s policy conference this year after a prominent progressive group called on them to boycott the event.

Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., will all ditch the conference, the Associated Press reported, and a spokesman for former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, told NBC News that he also will not attend.

Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, will not be going, The Jewish Week reported, and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro also won’t show, according to HuffPost.

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, who is considering running for president as an independent, will also skip the conference, the Associated Press reported.

Josh Orton, a policy director for Sanders, told NBC News that the senator is “concerned about the platform AIPAC is providing for leaders who have expressed bigotry and oppose a two-state solution.”

Sanders didn’t attend the 2016 conference while he was running in the Democratic presidential primary, but addressed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at length during a speech around the time of the event.

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