Bernie Sanders on Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar’s anti-Semitic tweets: ‘We will stand by our Muslim brothers and sisters’

Questions for Bernie:

  1. Yes, but will they stand by you, when the chips are down? Remember the Communist Tudeh Party in Iran, which supported Khomeini and the Islamic Revolution, only to be banned and persecuted by the Khomeini regime.
  2. If a first-term Jewish Congresswoman had posted a series of tweets criticizing jihad mass murder and Sharia oppression of women, gays, and others, how many seconds would it have taken you to withdraw your support from her and denounce her?
  3. Why doesn’t Ilhan Omar’s retailing of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories bother you? Aren’t you aware of how these conspiracy theories have been used to incite violence against Jews?

Rep. Ilhan Omar

“Daily Kickoff: Rep. Ilhan Omar vs. Elliott Abrams | Why Howard Schultz keeps a stone from Auschwitz on his desk | Annie Leibovitz’s early years,” Jewish Insider, February 14, 2019

SCOOP: HEARD LAST NIGHT — Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on a conference call hosted by Jim Zogby, Co-Chair of the DNC’s Ethnic Council, when asked about the controversy over Rep. Ilhan Omar’s tweets about AIPAC: “I talked to Ilhan last night to give her my personal support. We will stand by our Muslim brothers and sisters.”

EDITORS NOTE: This Jihad Watch column with images is republished with permission. The featured image is from Senator Bernie Sander’s Facebook page.

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  1. Tod Zuckerman
    Tod Zuckerman says:

    Sanders is the type of loathsome anti-Jewish Jew who has plagued the rest of us Jews for at least the last few centuries. Hopefully, there is a special place in hell reserved for him, George Soros, and so many others. For the last few years, this bastard has been collaborating with Jew haters – they are an important part of his constituency, and, in return, his Jewish DNA provides them with some measure of cover against charges of Jew hatred. It is a perverse symbiotic relationship. Finally, if Sanders had been around in 1939, he would have supported Stalin’s pact with Hitler – in fact, he would have called the opponents “capitalist warmongers.”

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