Bernie Sanders hates discussing his Jewish roots, but that hasn’t stopped his lefty Jewish fans from gnawing at the subject like poorly trained puppies chewing on old tennis shoes.The author then slurs Sanders by associating him with Jesse Jackson, Louis Farrakhan, Congressman Keith Ellison and Khalid Abdul Muhammad to accuse him of associating with anti-Semites and portray him as loyal to the left and not to fellow Jews.
The author then insists there is hardly anything Jewish about him.
The truth about Bernie Sanders is that he is not Jewish in any sense other than the genetic. He is a left-wing radical who is uncomfortable with any mention of his Jewish background because he does not like Jews. Even his time on an Israeli Kibbutz, a staple with which his Jewish fans nurtured their fantasies of a Jewish Bernie, fell apart when it emerged that his Kibbutz had flown a red flag and admired Stalin and the Soviet Union as part of a radical leftist movement that had initially opposed the creation of Israel.Sanders is accused of exploiting the memory of the Holocaust out of a sense of self importance.
His first and foremost allegiance has always been to the left at the expense of the Jews.
Bernie Sanders invokes the Holocaust when asked about his Jewish identity, not because he has empathy for Jews, but in a classic leftist maneuver to distract attention from that lack of empathy. His conception of the Holocaust is detached from Jewish suffering. It is purely about his leftist politics.
Surreally he references the Holocaust only to add that it taught him that politics is “important”. The Holocaust has no Jewish meaning for Bernie Sanders. It merely validates his self-importance.Sanders is then accused of having nothing Jewish about him except his accent.
Bernie Sanders does not want to be the first Jewish president. He wants to be the first Socialist president. There is nothing Jewish about Bernie Sanders except his vestigial accent. He makes common cause with anti-Semites because Jews don’t matter to him, only the agenda of the left does.Is it really necessary to question his Jewish identity just to express disapproval of his politics? That is quite a personal topic. It would be better to address public affairs instead of speculating about just how Jewish he is according to one standard or another.
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