President Trump and House Republicans Condemn Democrats For Failing To Stand Up To Anti-Semitism

President Trump and the House Republican leadership are focused like a laser on their top priority: shielding AIPAC from criticism with accusations of anti-Semitism.

Note: It is not like they have anything better to do with illegal immigration spiraling out of control after they failed to build the wall for two years.

About Hunter Wallace 9333 Articles
Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Occidental Dissent

11 Comments

  1. There is no longer any reason for the continued existence of the Republican Party. And, of course, demographic change will end it pretty soon anyway at the national level. There is a base out there for them but the GOP seems uninterested in it except in early November of even-numbered years. I don’t think being the party dedicated to defending Israel and jews is the answer to their problem.

    I have gone from losing interest in voting for them to active hostility to these bastards.

  2. It is hilarious to listen to the MAGApedes go on about how this issue is dividing the Democratic Party while conveniently ignoring the fact that the Repubs are in solid lockstep as to their undying loyalty to their jewish masters.

  3. Hey, maybe a solution to the moderation problem would be if we had the ability to block someone we found offensive. That would allow comments to be posted immediately, and save you some trouble, too.

    • I’m probably just going to have to adjust the filter. I found myself turning on automatic comments again this afternoon. I then had second thoughts about it and turned it off out of concern for the risk.

  4. That heifer Meghan McCain was crying about the danger Joe Lieberman is in because of Ilhan Omar’s “scary” remarks.

    • I’ll bet it eats you alive that Muslims and Jews have more influence over what happens in the U.S. than you do.

Comments are closed.