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Friday, December 13, 2019

AOC Joins the Left's Swelling Ranks of Anti-Semites with Corbyn Endorsement

The Corbynization of the Democratic Party continues apace, as progressive superstar Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took to Twitter on Thursday to endorse UK Labour leader — and noted anti-Semite — Jeremy Corbyn for Prime Minister. 
They're a good fit, I suppose. Both AOC and Corbyn share socialist views of economic "justice," and both represent the far-left wings of political parties increasingly hostile to Jews. 
The young bartender-turned-congresscritter retweeted a Labour campaign video, and also added, "The hoarding of wealth by the few is coming at the cost of peoples’ lives. The only way we change is with a massive surge of *new* voters at the polls. UK, Vote!" To be fair, Labour did import tons of new voters into the UK, mostly from countries with cultures hostile to Jews. 
Corbyn's anti-Semitism, and tolerance of it in his party, is well-documented. So much so that even the lefty New Yorker magazine published a piece last year headlined "Jeremy Corbyn’s Anti-Semitism Crisis."  
Here's a snippet:
Each of Corbyn’s attempts to respond to the issue has somehow managed to make things worse. In the spring of 2016, when I was reporting a Profile of the Labour leader for this magazine, Naz Shah, a member of Corbyn’s Shadow Cabinet, was suspended from the Party for sharing Facebook posts that suggested that Israelis should be relocated to the U.S. (“Problem solved,” she wrote.) 
The following day, Ken Livingstone, a former mayor of London and long-term Corbyn ally, went on the radio to defend Shah and talked about Hitler instead: “He was supporting Zionism before he went mad and ended up killing six million Jews.” Livingstone was suspended as well. 
In response, Corbyn ordered a two-month inquiry into anti-Semitism in the Labour Party by Shami Chakrabarti, a respected civil-rights lawyer. Chakrabarti’s forty-one-page report concluded that the Labour Party was “not overrun” by anti-Semitism, but noted an “occasionally toxic atmosphere” inside the Party. It recommended that members not use slurs such as “Zio,” or “Hitler, Nazi and Holocaust metaphors, distortions and comparisons,” when talking about Israel and the Palestinians.
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

And now Corbyn exits in disgrace, LOL. Big loser. Who will replace him at Labour? Sadiq Khan seems a logical successor.

"Superstar" AOC? LOL. Kiss of death more like it.

Friday, December 13, 2019 9:50:00 am  

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