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The Celebrate Israel Parade occurred earlier this week, and among the 40,000 marchers from over 250 groups were the usual cavalcade of politicians who are seeking to ingratiate themselves to the Jewish community.  They all claim to be pro-Israel, thinking this will get them votes and donations.  However, when Israel is actually attacked within their own borders and jurisdictions, they are conspicuously silent.

It’s every parent’s nightmare to get a text message where you know immediately that something is wrong. When we received a voice note from my son from an unknown number, we right away got a bad feeling.

After the heinous act of murder in Buffalo by an alleged white supremacist, the media and Democrats immediately did the smart and responsible thing by looking at the gunman’s manifesto, and questioned how a young man could do something so evil.  Then they brought in a team of analysts and psychologists to talk about the mental health crisis in this country, but only after giving a respectable amount of time to honor the dead and give comfort to the families of those who were killed.

Anti-Semitism is too polite of a moniker to describe what just occurred at the graduation ceremony for CUNY Law, right here in the heart of the largest Jewish community in the United States. Selected by the students to give an address – knowing full well where she stands on these issues – Nerdeen Mohsen Kiswani grabbed the opportunity, and the microphone, to espouse hatred of America, Israel, and the Jewish people.

This headline is not meant to be clickbait or hyperbole.  It is the logical conclusion to a series of words and actions that would lead anyone to believe that the Democrats, as a rule, are hoping that their political enemies are killed - or at least threatened into agreement.