Has President Trump done enough to condemn anti-Semitism? | The Tylt
According to the Anti-Defamation League, antisemitic incidents surged by 57 percent in 2017, the highest number since 1994. The rise in anti-Semitism correlates with the rise in hate groups over the past few years. Many feel President Trump's inability to condemn white supremacy is partially responsible for the surge, but others note Trump has enacted a number of pro-Israel policies, and liberals have also embraced some antisemitic figures. What do you think?
Has President Trump done enough to condemn anti-Semitism?
Anti-Semitism in U.S. surged in 2017, new report finds. Civil rights groups say that Trump has contributed to an atmosphere in which people feel freer to express hate. Very fine people, indeed, you nazi sympathizing POS @POTUS https://t.co/PyKFBrB6s4 #RemoveTrump #TuesdayThoughts— Lesley Abravanel (@lesleyabravanel) February 27, 2018
There is a persistent unwillingness to acknowledge that two of the organizers of the @womensmarch are groupies of Louis Farrakhan, whose anti-Semitism and homophobia rivals Richard Spencer's. They're very open about it! pic.twitter.com/HDUwwUV2zw— (((Yair Rosenberg))) (@Yair_Rosenberg) February 27, 2018
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