Jewish voters are furious at Dems defense of Ilhan Omar

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Jewish voters outraged by the democrats' defense Rep. Ilhan Omar They are finished with the party that has kept their support for generations.

"We felt like we had a home there," said Mark Schwartz, the Democratic Deputy Mayor of Strong Blue Teaneck, NJ. "And now we feel we must control our passports."

Jordan Manor of Manhattan, calling itself a "gay Jewish Israeli-American," laments "party I thought worried seems to disregard me when it comes to my Jewish identity. "

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Mark Dunec, a consultant in Livingston, NJ, who ran to Congress as a Democrat in 2014, says, "I'm physically afraid of myself and my family," adding: "I see my own party contributing to the rise of anti – Semitism in the United States. "

Omar, a freshman congresswoman from Minnesota, killed four storms in February to use anti-Jewish troops: supporting Israel was "all about the benjamans" and accusing Jewish-American lawmakers of "dual loyalty".

Many, including some other democrats, considered his comments anti-Semitic – but the party's leftist activists pushed back.

"No one is seeking this level of eligibility when members make statements about Latinx + other societies," Rep complained. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a March 5 tweet.

Omar only issued a partial apology.

In response, Parliament adopted a resolution condemning all "hateful expressions of intolerance" with kitchen sink languages ​​called nearly a dozen different groups.

"I'm sure that [Omar’s] Words were not based on any anti-Semitic attitude, "spokesman Nancy Pelosi said.

Many Jewish dems in the city do not buy it.

"The false defense, she doesn't know what she says? I don't think so," said Sara, a queen teacher who asked not to be fully identified. "This is an adult woman and a congressional member. Trying to apologize for this as naive is irresponsible."

"The false defense, she doesn't know what she says? I don't think so. This is an adult woman and a congressional member. Trying to apologize for this as naive is irresponsible."

– Sara, a teacher from Queens, N.Y.

For her and others anger gives instant action.

"The irrigated solution triggered my decision to leave the Democratic Party," said Allison Gangi of Manhattan.

"I never dreamed that anti-Semitism would have been mainstream left, but it has."

"I never dreamed that anti-Semitism would have been mainstream left, but it has."

– Allison Gangi in Manhattan

Sara said she is "no more comfortable being democratic" and wants to register as a self-employed person.

Among his Teaneck neighbors, Schwartz said, "Our only question is now, are we starting to vote Republican, or are we becoming Republicans?"

Others say they want the wandering Jew of the legend.

"I'm homeless. I don't think I can vote for Trump, even though he's good at Israel," said Jason, a Long Island start-up who asked for his last name not to be used. "But as a Jew I can't see a way to support the democratic party. It supports your own destruction."

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Last week, President Trump issued two tweets that reinforced "Jexodus", a new law group – recommended by a prominent GOP strategist – calling on moderate and conservative Jews to find a new political home. More than 4,000 people have signed, the organizers said.

"Since we launched this, the anti-Semitism we see is so blatantly and frankly scary," said Elizabeth Pipko, the group's spokeswoman and a volunteer on the Trumps 2016 campaign.

The organization's Instagram and Facebook pages are regularly targeted at hate speech, she said.

"I leave them because people have to see it," Pipko said.