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Jewish Millennial Group, JEXODUS, Launches ‘Liberation Movement’ From The Democratic Party

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The people are finally waking up to the horrors of the left. And it seems a lot of people are sick of seeing the left’s hatred for the Jewish people.

For decades, the Democrat party has taken the Jewish-American vote for granted. In no presidential election since the founding of the State of Israel in 1948 has the Democratic party failed to win the Jewish vote.

Even the infamously anti-Semitic Jimmy Carter won 45% of Jewish vote in 1980, outdoing Ronald Reagan’s 39% of the Jewish vote. In 2016, 71% of Jews pulled the lever for Hillary Clinton. While the minority of American Jews who identify as Orthodox routinely favor the Republican Party at the ballot box, non-Orthodox Jews tend to overwhelmingly support Democrats.

Now it seems like that is going to change. A new Millennial-centric group — “Jexodus” — seeks to reverse this longstanding trend.

Last Friday, Jexodus issue a press release at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, D.C.:

We are proud Jewish Millennials tired of living in bondage to leftist politics. We reject the hypocrisy, anti-Americanism, and anti-Semitism of the rising far-left. Progressives, Democrats, and far too many old-school Jewish organizations take our support for granted. After all, we’re Jewish, and Jews vote for Democrats.

Until today.

We are determined and we are unafraid to speak for ourselves. As combatants and veterans of the campus wars, we know the threat progressivism poses to Jews. We’ve had front row seats witnessing anti-Semites hide behind the thin veil of anti-Zionism. We know the BDS movement harbors deep hatred not only for Israel, but for Jews. We’re done standing with supposed Jewish leaders and allegedly supportive Democrats who rationalize, mainstream, and promote our enemies. We’d rather spend forty years wandering in the desert than belong to a party that welcomes Jew-haters like Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

“Jexodus is the brainchild of Jeff Ballabon — a longstanding fixture in Republican Jewish circles — and an assortment of like-minded activists like Bruce Abramson, Ballabon’s frequent op-ed coauthor.

Jexodus’s national spokesperson is Elizabeth Pipko, a religious Jew and part-time model with close ties to President Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign.

Elizabeth Pipko

In an exclusive interview with The Daily Wire, Pipko described Jexodus as a Millennial-centric movement to help “get Jews to stand up for themselves and what their religion stands for.” Pipko discussed media bias and how the casual cable news viewer is oftentimes more likely to hear about President Trump’s alleged anti-Semitism than he/she is likely to hear about Ilhan Omar’s (actual) anti-Semitism.”

Read the full story via The Daily Wire

This is LONG overdue. It’s about time the Jews wake up and realize the Democrats do not stand with them nor support Israel. Let me just say this…if Hitler was still here today..we can guarantee the left would be on his side.

Their anti-Semitism is on full display. It’s time for the Jewish-Americans to stand up and fight against the Democrat party.

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Elizabeth Warren Blames Family For Telling Her She Was Native American On CNN Town Hall

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On Monday night, a town hall event hosted by leftist propagandist Jake Tapper, fake Indian Senator Elizabeth Warren was asked about her “lack of presidential tact” in handling her phony claims of Native American heritage.

Warren, looking rather uncomfortable as she responded, seemingly blamed her family for lying to her about their heritage before she quickly changed the subject.

“How do you respond to people who think that, regardless of the underlying facts, the way you handled the question of your Native American heritage was tone deaf and indicative of a lack of presidential tact?” asked a man attending the event.

“Well, ya know, I grew up in Oklahoma. I learned about my family from my family,” she responded. “And, um, based on that, that’s just kind of who I am, and I do the best I can with it.”

Warren added that an “investigation” concluded that nothing that her or her family ever did with regard to claims of Native ancestry ever “played any role in any job I ever got.”

The senator then looked to pivot to her constituents’ needs, namely housing, education, and health care.

“I have now done 38 town halls in Massachusetts, last year. And this is my 32nd town hall since January. And what I’ve discovered is that people care a lot about what’s happening to their lives every single day and what touches them, like housing, and education, and health care. That’s the kind of reason that I’m in this fight and I’m going to stay in this fight, and I will tell you this: I’m going to fight it from the heart every inch of the way. I’ll do my best.”

Warren had long claimed that she was Native American, citing her family’s high cheekbones and suspect family recipes gathered in a family cookbook titled “Pow Wow Chow.” But in October, the senator’s released DNA test showed that she’s as little as 1/1,024 Native American.

Warren was slammed by the Cherokee Nation in the wake of the DNA test’s published results.

“Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong,” read a statement from Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. ”It makes a mockery out of DNA tests and its legitimate uses while also dishonoring legitimate tribal governments and their citizens, whose ancestors are well documented and whose heritage is proven.”

Read the full story via The Daily Wire

Ah yes, the candidate that’s willing to throw mom under the bus for the candidate’s own malfeasance.

That ought to play great with America!

Leftists are nothing but frauds. Serial liars that never stop lying, cheating and stealing. This is who they are. If Democrats spoke the truth..they would never ever get elected.

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Dems Say Electoral College Was Created Because of Slavery, Then The Facts Hit Them

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Here we go… the Democrats are once again claiming that the Electoral College was created because of slavery. Either they don’t know or understand history, or they are just lying their faces off. My bet is on the latter option. A whole bevy of leftists are now screaming over the Electoral College, saying that it needs to be done away with and a few states have already passed legislation on it.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) told CNN at a town hall in Mississippi this week that she wants to abolish the Electoral College. Of course, she does! Then the big cities on both coasts would pretty much rule the country and your average American would have no say in the matter. It’s a dream-come-true for Marxists!!

Warren claims that candidates avoid states that are not “battleground states” because of the Electoral College. Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) followed suit on Tuesday, telling CNN the Electoral College was “conceived in sin” to “perpetuat[e] slavery.” What utter bull feces. Neither of those are true… not even close.

From Breitbart:

“The Electoral College is an institution created by Article II of the Constitution for the election of the president. It provides that each state will appoint a certain number of “electors,” equal to the number of representatives it has in Congress (House plus Senate). The electors are to meet in their respective states and cast their votes for president. The votes from all the states are then counted in Congress, and the person who wins a majority is elected president.

“The primary purpose of the Electoral College was to serve as a brake on populism. As Alexander Hamilton wrote in Federalist No. 68: “A small number of persons, selected by their fellow-citizens from the general mass, will be most likely to possess the information and discernment” necessary to select a person with “the requisite qualifications,” who would not use “low intrigue” or “little arts of popularity” to sway the masses of the people to support him.

“In other words, the Electoral College was designed as an anti-populist measure. Over time, the votes of the electors became more or less automatic — that is, all of a state’s electors generally case their vote for whichever presidential candidate wins the majority of votes in that state. Few were particularly bothered about that, until George W. Bush defeated Al Gore in 2000 despite losing the popular vote. Even after that, Democrats did not change the system.”

When Donald Trump was unexpectedly elected president, the Dems lost their ever-loving minds and have been claiming he’s illegitimate ever since. They just won’t drop the wacko conspiracy theory that somehow he conspired with the Russians to steal the presidency. Hillary Clinton had far more dealings with the Russians such as Skolkovo, so it would have been far more likely to occur the other way around. The Russians didn’t care who won really… they had contingency plans either way.

What won Trump the presidency was that he campaigned in Midwestern states that Hillary Clinton didn’t have time for or interest in. In other words, the common or working man and woman are the people who elected Trump. Because those Americans finally had their voices heard via the Electoral College, the Democrats want to undo a system that our Founding Fathers wisely crafted and put in place.

Should the Electoral College fall, you would see candidates spend all their time in densely populated areas such as the New York tri-state area and Southern California. Elections, therefore, would wind up being less representative. As President Trump tweeted Tuesday: “With the Popular Vote, you go to … just the large States – the Cities would end up running the Country. Smaller States & the entire Midwest would end up losing all power.”

More from Breitbart:

“A national popular vote would also enable cheating. Democrats know the voting rules are loosest in states they control, like California. In the 2018 midterm elections, for example, they used “ballot harvesting,” in which activists delivered thousands of mail-in ballots for other people. The practice is illegal in many states, but Democrats legalized it in California. They want to run up the score there, then use their “National Popular Vote Interstate Compact” to award other states’ electoral votes to the popular vote winner. Republicans cannot accept that.

“Then there is Cohen’s argument about slavery. He claims that the Electoral College was preferred by southern states because it allowed them greater clout than a national popular vote. Northern states could, theoretically, allow all of their adult residents to vote (though few did at the time). Southern states denied slaves the right to vote — but were allowed to count them, due to the infamous three-fifths compromise, in the size of their congressional delegations.

“That is part of the history of the Electoral College — even after the Civil War and the abolition of slavery, when Democrats in the South continued to restrict the right of blacks to vote until the latter half of the twentieth century.

“But that is not the reason the Electoral College was created, and at this stage it has no effect whatsoever on the way we elect presidents. (Arguably, it is Democrats today that want to disenfranchise black voters, and other citizens, by counting illegal aliens in the Census toward the apportionment of congressional representatives to the states.)”

The three-fifths compromise that came out of the Constitutional Convention was more about congressional representation and taxation than it was about the Electoral College system. “Indeed, the discussions about the compromise and the discussions about the presidential election system were largely separate,” Tara Ross, a retired lawyer and author of the book, “The Indispensable Electoral College: How the Founders’ Plan Saves Our Country from Mob Rule,” says. “The main reason the compromise is cited today is because, late in the convention, it was decided that each state’s electoral vote allocation would match its congressional allocation.”

According to Wallbuilders, there are three important benefits produced by the current electoral college system:

(1) Because a candidate must win at least 270 electoral votes from across the nation, a candidate cannot become president without a significant widespread voter base. In fact, as has happened in three previous elections, the distribution of voter support may actually take precedence over the quantity of voter support. Therefore, the electoral college ensures a broad national consensus for a candidate that subsequently will allow him to govern once he takes office.

(2) Since the electoral college operates on a State-by-State basis, this not only enhances the status of minorities by affording them a greater proportional influence within a smaller block of voters at the State level but it also ensures a geographically diverse population which makes regional domination, or domination of urban over suburban or rural areas, virtually impossible. In fact, since no one region of the country has 270 electoral votes, there is an incentive for a candidate to form coalitions of States and regions rather than to accentuate regional differences.

(3) The electoral college system prioritizes the most important factors in selecting a president. If a candidate receives a substantial majority of the popular vote, then that candidate is almost certain to receive enough electoral votes to be president. However, if the popular vote is extremely close, then the candidate with the best distribution of popular votes will be elected. And if the country is so divided that no one candidate obtains an absolute majority of electoral votes, then the U. S. House of Representatives — the body closest to the people and which must face them in every election — will then choose the president.

The Electoral College is a fundamental component forming the basis of our successful system of government. It should not be abolished. To the contrary, every argument currently raised against the Electoral College can be shown not only to be false and flawed but also to be more problematic than the alleged problems that it claims to solve. The Electoral College should be preserved.

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