An Ilhan Wind?

My Brooklyn brother-in-Law, paparazzo extraordinaire,  says the Jews in New York City are beginning to support Trump!

Ilhan Omar’s insults,  followed by the laughable spectacle of the watered down resolution condemning all hate,  have turned the tide!

Can this be true? 

Does anybody else familiar with the city  have a reading on this?

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5 thoughts on “An Ilhan Wind?”

  1. My good friend who is a conservative Jew (London) would tolerate ISIS bombing his home in Kensington and never vote for Trump. He is American by birth so still has the ability to vote in our elections but I fear the liberal indoctrination is far too ingrained.

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  2. Who would have thought Trump would have been the one to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem a few years ago? That is something the Jewish community has wanted for a long time.

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  3. Consider that you were dealing with middle-age Brooklyn Jews. That is not a representative sample.

    Then, narcissism and cognitive dissonance will come into play.

    Even if the 2020 DNC is led in a five minute chant of “death to the Jews“, most Jews* will find a pretext for still voting Democrat. The more bogus the pretext, the better. It shows their intellectual and moral superiority.

    * There is the inherent difficulty of using the term “Jews“ when the dynamic is inversely proportional to religiosity. The less religious, the greater the need to use cognitive dissonance to seek false badges of morality.

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  4. Dime:
    Who would have thought Trump would have been the one to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem a few years ago? That is something the Jewish community has wanted for a long time.

    Somehow such significant political acts never seem to overcome the great divide between the aisles. This leads me to believe that Democrats couldn’t care less about morality and the best interests of our country.

    This isn’t going to change in my lifetime so I’m wracking my brains to assess the most efficient way to disenfranchise the destruction. I am left thinking that it is truly up to the American people to implement change. We have achieved many miracles: the American Revolution and the 2016 election of Trump are excellent examples.

    Carry on my fellow citizens.

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