Published: Tue, March 12, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Ask Democrats Whether or Not They Hate Jews

Ask Democrats Whether or Not They Hate Jews

"It just goes to where we are headed over the next 18 to 24 months, we are in for probably, it's astonishing to say this and to hear it, but we're in for the nastiest campaign we've ever seen in our lifetimes coming up in 2020".

"Democrats have had a number of opportunities to condemn specific comments and have refused to do that".

Previously, Omar said that "Israel has hypnotized the world" and supported the anti-Israel Boycott, Divest, and the Sanctions movement.

Sanders concluded - very confusingly - by saying that Jackson should ask Democrats why Trump said they hate Jewish people.

Responding to a question on Trump's recent comments and if he truly believes that Democrats are against Jews, Sanders said that Democrats have failed to properly condemn anti-Semitism while Trump has made his position clear.

Acosta asserted that Trump slamming the Democrats for hating Jews is "patently untrue". Sanders tried to answer, and the CNN correspondent continued to talk over her. Acosta asked Sanders, according to Fox News.

When asked for the third time on the matter, Sanders responded again by saying, "You ought to ask the Democrats".

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The president is committed to an agreement that addresses China's treatment of USA intellectual property and has an enforcement mechanism to ensure that Beijing is following through on its end of the bargain, she said.

On Monday, when another reporter followed up reiterating Karl's original question, Sanders declined to comment on whether the president actually accused Democrats of hating Jews.

Sanders fired back, "That's not at all what the president was stating".

Leave it to Jim Acosta of CNN to gaslight the White House for asserting that the Democratic Party is now courting blatant anti-Semitism in their ranks.

"The president has been incredibly clear in consistently and repeatedly condemning hatred, bigotry and racism in all of its forms, whether it's in America or anywhere else".

Last year, Acosta was briefly banned from the White House after he engaged in a contentious back-and-forth with Trump during a November 7 press conference.

Acosta's press pass was restored on November 19 after CNN argued that keeping him out of the White House violated the network and Acosta's First and Fifth Amendment rights.

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