Democrats are heading for one of the greatest political disasters in history.
The party is running so far to the left they can’t even see how many Americans are being driven away.
And President Trump is about to win over a key group in 2020 that could guarantee his re-election.
The Democratic Party has moved rapidly to the left in recent years.
And while liberals are cheering at the direction the party is going, it could spell disaster for Democrats in the 2020 elections.
With the election of a wave of new left-wing anti-Semites in the 2018 election, spearheaded by Democrats like Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, there’s now a very real danger that Democrats will lose the support of Jewish Americans.
Historically, Jewish Americans have overwhelmingly supported Democrats for office.
But that may be about to change.
The Democratic Party cried foul when President Trump moved the American embassy to Jerusalem.
And Democrats have increasingly joined the BDS movement, which seeks to destroy Israel’s economy.
Democrats are also now buying into the Omar-Tlaib line that Israel is an “apartheid state” that the United States should no longer support.
And all of this is destroying their reputation among Jewish Americans, whom some Democrats like Omar even went so far as to accuse of not being loyal to the United States.
This has left a major opening for President Trump and Republicans.
“Republicans are making a multi-million dollar push for the Jewish vote as Democratic lawmakers struggle with accusation of anti-Semitism, Politico reported Sunday. The Republican Jewish Coalition is spearheading plans for a $10 million-plus campaign blitz geared around elevating Jewish support for President Donald Trump, the report notes,” states the Daily Caller.
And Republicans are optimistic that President Trump’s record, combined with the increasingly anti-Semitic views of the Democratic Party, could produce huge gains for the GOP in the 2020 elections.
“This strain within the Democratic Party is making those centrist and center-left Jews who care about these issues feel more and more uncomfortable, and with the strength of Donald Trump and the Republican Party on these issues we believe that we’ll be able to bring those folks over to the Republican side,” Matt Brooks, who has served as RJC executive director for 30 years, told Politico.
Things have gotten so far for Omar that the House of Representatives passed a resolution in March that initially condemned statements she had made over the past several months, but it was watered down by Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the last moment in order to provide cover to Omar.
That resolution was initially filed in response to Omar’s statements suggesting that Republicans’ support for Israel is bought by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).
She was immediately slammed for suggesting that Jews having a dual loyalty to the U.S. and Israel.
“Republicans are doubling down on the strategy, according to Politico’s Sunday report. Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and three White House officials, including adviser Jared Kushner, made trips to the Venetian Saturday in Las Vegas, where RJC members were gathered for the third day of their annual spring conference,” concludes the Daily Caller.
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