Trump Is Right: Democrats, Even Jewish Ones, Hate Israel

It was predictable from the start. After a month or two of tough talk supporting Israel in its war to take out Hamas once and for all, President Joe Biden let out his inner Democrat, urging “restraint” in invading Gaza, eventually calling for a ceasefire and even building a port to transport supplies to the territory, despite it inevitably being used by Hamas.

In addition, Democrat Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, himself a Jew and a self-proclaimed “Shomer Yisrael” (Hebrew for “guardian of Israel”), took to the Senate floor last month to seemingly morally equate the atrocities of Hamas, its terrorism against Israelis, or its using their people as human shields in order to continue that terrorism, with the actions of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is doing all he can to protect his people, as the leader of any country would and should.

And, of course, Biden’s United Nations Ambassador, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, abstained from a vote that resulted in the U.N. Security Council approving of an immediate ceasefire between Israel, the country trying to survive while being surrounded by enemies, and Hamas, the Iranian-backed terror group that would love nothing more than a second Holocaust.

In what seems like a cynical ploy to win the state of Michigan, which has a large Arab population, in a presidential election year, the Democrat Party is blatantly doing its best to throw Israel to its foes and force it to lose the war.

Coincidentally, I began writing this essay five years to the day that then-President Donald Trump, the most pro-Israel president of my lifetime and probably in American history, recognized the Golan Heights, land won by Israel after being attacked by its neighbors during the 1967 Six Day War, as Israel’s sovereign territory.

Through his policies of choking Iran to the point where the theocratic dictatorship may have collapsed, promoting the Abraham Accords, defunding the terror-supporting Palestinian Authority (PA) and the terror-linked United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), and, most importantly, recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s rightful capitol and moving the U.S. embassy there, Trump was, and will be again, the most pro-Israel, pro-Jewish president in American history.

Trump also fought anti-Semitism domestically, most notably through his 2019 Executive Order, which broadened the interpretation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, making it easier for Jews who have been harassed or discriminated against to file lawsuits.

While being interviewed on Dr. Sebastian Gorka’s radio show a few weeks ago, Trump stated that he believes the Democrat Party hates Israel, and that “any Jewish person that votes for Democrats hates their religion. They hate everything about Israel, and they should be ashamed of themselves because Israel will be destroyed.”

For all the whining from Democrats who are either in denial, just lying, or just Never-Trumpers trying to stay somehow relevant, how is he wrong?

Schumer claims that Trump is “making highly partisan and hateful rants” and that making Israel a “partisan issue only hurts Israel and the US-Israeli relationship.” Except Trump is correct, and it’s Schumer’s party’s fault entirely.

The fact that Hamas applauded the Biden administration’s abstention at the U.N. Security Council should be proof enough of who the Democrat Party supports. The left lies about everything else—that gender doesn’t exist, that a fetus is a choice, that Trump colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 election from their candidate who just happened to be awful—why would it have any compunction about covering up its anti-Semitism?

Trump is 100% correct, and my liberal Democrat Jewish coreligionists should join us in realizing this. Whatever the reasons, at least 75% of American Jews who had historically voted Democrat no longer apply. If we can be honest with ourselves, those haven’t applied for decades, but it has become much more obvious as of late, and it will only get worse.

The Jewish holiday of Passover, which commemorates the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt, will be celebrated later this month. During the Passover Seder, we recite a portion of the Passover Haggadah entitled “Vehi She’amda,” which literally translates as “what keeps us surviving.” It reads as such:

And this (God’s blessings and the Torah) is what kept our fathers and what keeps us surviving. For, not only one arose and tried to destroy us, rather in every generation they try to destroy us, and God saves us from their hands.

Today, that statement clearly applies to the vile Islamists who attempted a second Holocaust six months ago and would love nothing more than for the Holocaust to repeat itself. And, sadly, as much as they may deny it, one political party in the country that has historically been the most pro-Jewish in world history tacitly supports them, if not outright.

It’s way past time for my coreligionists to make an exodus of our own from the Democrat Party, once and for all. Make them regret their support of the mortal enemies of the Jewish people in November by casting your vote for President Trump and the GOP: the president and the party that supports you, your homeland, and your right to survive.

Jeremy Frankel is a freelance writer who has worked with many media publications, including Newsmax, the Bongino Report, the Daily Wire, American Greatness, and Townhall. Follow him on XTruth SocialGETTR and CenterClip.

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Photo: US President Donald Trump delivers a speech during a visit to the Israel Museum in Jerusalem on May 23, 2017. (Photo by Menahem KAHANA / AFP) (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP via Getty Images)

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  1. Avatar for task task says:

    How long have Conservatives maintained that the Democratic Party was, and still is, the party of racism, of Jim Crow, of the KKK, of lynching, of slavery, of segregation and was the Party which initiated the Civil War as opposed to the Republican Party which was created on a platform of abolition, to no avail? Ask any Generation Z’er if they know that and you will discover that not only do they not but insist, instead, that such beliefs are representative of Conservatives. Furthermore it goes far beyond Zoomers. Ask any any Democrat voter, regardless of age, and they will come up with some crazy right wing theory and claim Conservatives are racist, bigoted xenophobes. Likewise these people, among which are the majority of Jews themselves, that believe, and proselytize vehemently, that it is they who support Israel and that Conservatives are anti-semitic.

    I have said this may times in the past: when it comes to Israel, the most anti-semitic people, in terms of what Israel needs to prosper and survive, in a hostile geography, are Jews themselves. Consider how Conservatives would be viewed by those same Jews, if they treated Israel the way they do. What would they would say? They would say Conservatives are Jew hating and anti-semitics. They say it anyway!

    Conservatives are considered racists and anti-semitics because that is what the educational socialist woke educators, and their mainstream media propagandists, have successfully achieved via indoctrination using education and media techniques for decades. Marxist tactics, needed to destroy capitalism and replace it with socialism, requires the destruction of capitalist theory and the Capitalists themselves. It is best achieved by indoctrinating youth to believe that everything bad is associated with Capitalist Conservatives. Strangely it is those who identify as Jewish, by a significant majority, who wish to destroy capitalism, who significantly support socialist ideology. Even more strangely and, paradoxically, they are also the ones who have achieved considerable wealth by using the very capitalist techniques they wish to destroy. Such irony and hypocrisy still remains to be logically explained despite the attempts of many who have tried.

  2. In 1960 JFK was asked if he would let the Catholic church interfere with his presidency and he said he would not. That was wrong. If you are Catholic or a Christian, then your principles are shaped by the Bible and the church. You can’t carry around a rosary and then vote for abortion. Your principles need to be consistent.

    We all need to examine our consciences and vote appropriately. If you are Jewish and you vote for a Democrat, you are voting for the demise of Judaism. If you are Catholic and you vote for a Democrat, then you are participating in not only first term abortion but second and full term abortion.

    You can’t claim to be a Christian and vote for a party that promotes abortion, slavery, human trafficking and the sexualization of our children. And for all the Black Baptist churches out there - I suggest the leaders do their own examination. Maybe start with Senator Warlock, I mean Warnock.

    People need to vote according to their principles.

  3. Avatar for task task says:

    Can anyone legitimately claim that Nancy Pelosi is any different to Catholicism than Chuck Schumer is to Judaism?

  4. There is a strtong, very strong, tie between Judism and the left. Perhaps it comes from being a small group under duress, from the tradition of cooperation between Jews … whatever. Today it seems that the siren call of the left is stronger than any ties to Israel. There was a lot of internet discussion after the last election of how American Jews chose liberalism, in the pathetic form of Joe Biden, over security for Israel, as embodied by President Trump. I believe that cost American Jews a lot of support on the right. Many decided American Jews just weren’t reliable allies. I think the left-leaning Jews will be happy to hear that. Now, all they have to do is find some support somewhere else. Given the rise of anti-semitism on college campuses over the last decade, American Jews are going to find it difficult to uncover support among the left. Israel might be toast.

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