The Democrat Party is beyond repair after a fight breaks out among these congressional Leftists

Rep. Jared Moskowitz

Infighting has become way too common in today’s world of politics. It’s especially bad with Democrats.

And the Democrat Party is beyond repair after a fight breaks out among these congressional Leftists.

The Israel-Hamas war has caused all sorts of tension in the Democrat Party.

There are some on the Left who are in favor of supporting Israel, while others want to denounce the Jewish nation.

Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-FL) would align himself with the former, and Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) would align herself with the latter.

Last Friday when visiting Columbia University, which is the site of a large anti-Israel protest, Rep. Omar told a reporter that “we should not have to tolerate antisemitism or bigotry for all Jewish students, whether they are pro-genocide or anti-genocide.”

That statement caused a ton of controversy for Omar who basically split Jewish students at Columbia University into two groups: pro-genocide or anti-genocide.

Moskowitz made an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program on Tuesday and denounced Omar’s comments. He explained that the comments were like “pouring gasoline” on an incredibly out of control situation.

“I got 10-year-old and seven-year-old Jewish children,” said Moskowitz. “I don’t know if they’re pro-genocide or anti-genocide. I guess I’ll talk to them about that.”

The Florida Democrat, who’s also Jewish, has been very critical of the anti-Israel protests at college campuses across the nation.

“I remember when Charlottesville happened [in 2017], it was universal condemnation. And the people who tried to ignore that or explain it away or say, ‘It’s not everybody’ – we condemned those people,” Moskowitz said.

“But here, for some reason, when it’s ‘Jews, go back to Poland,’ ‘Bomb Tel Aviv,’ all of a sudden it’s peaceful.”

While interviewing on the MSNBC program, the congressman was joined by Rep. Mike Lawler (R-NY) to discuss the Antisemitism Awareness Act of 2023.

“It’s going to give, obviously, more teeth to the federal government to enforce their rules and regulations,” Moskowitz said of the legislation that he and Lawler are trying to push.

“What we’re seeing is, we’re seeing universities complicate it by failing to lead and protect their students, failing to enforce their code of conduct, taking options off the table, giving all the power to the protestors.”

Infighting among Leftists over this issue is the last thing they needed during a critical election year.

There are plenty of Democrats out there who are hoping that their Party stands strong in their support of Israel.

President Joe Biden seemed to have started off well in that regard, but has since become too wishy-washy on this issue and has made plenty of critical statements against the Jewish nation.

If Democrats aren’t careful, they could be handed plenty of devastating election losses come November, including the presidential election.

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