The Democrat Party has an anti-Semitism problem. And it’s had one for a long time.
Ever since Sharpton became a Dem kingmaker and a favored son of the DNC. Despite his history of anti-Semitism. Despite saying, “If the Jews want to get it on, tell them to pin their yarmulkes back and come over to my house”.
Instead of condemning his bigotry,s Senator Kamala Harris, in response to criticism of the racist from President Trump came to his defense, tweeting, “@TheRevAl has spent his life fighting for what’s right and working to improve our nation, even in the face of hate. It’s shameful, yet unsurprising that Trump would continue to attack those who have done so much for our country.”
“@TheRevAl has dedicated his life to the fight for justice for all. No amount of racist tweets from the man in the White House will erase that—and we must not let them divide us. I stand with my friend Al Sharpton in calling out these ongoing attacks on people of color,” Elizabeth Warren tweeted.
Harris, Warren and the Dems embraced a bigot linked to the largest anti-Semitic pogrom in America.
According to the New York Times, more than 250 neighborhood residents went on a rampage that first night, mostly black teenagers, many of whom were shouting “Jews! Jews! Jews!”
The next evening, according to the sworn testimony of Efraim Lipkind, a former, resident of Crown Heights, Sharpton started agitating the crowd.
“Then we had a famous man, Al Sharpton, who came down, and he said Tuesday night, kill the Jews, two times. I heard him, and he started to lead a charge across the street to Utica.”
On the third day of the pogrom, Al Sharpton and Sonny Carson led a march of protesters chanting, “No Justice, No Peace!,” “Death to the Jews!” and “Whose streets? Our streets!” The mob displayed anti-Semitic signs and burned an Israeli flag.
This is what Obama, Kamala Harris, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and every single Democrat who met with Sharpton to kiss his ring support.
Sharpton was asked about the violence, he justified it, “We must not reprimand our children for outrage, when it is the outrage that was put in them by an oppressive system,” he said.
The first Sabbath after the Funeral Sharpton tried unsuccessfully to kick up tensions again by marching 400 protesters in front of the Lubavitch of Crown Heights shouting “No Justice, No Peace.”
This is the Democrat Party.