Supporting the existence of a Jewish state is not “allegiance to a foreign country.” By continuing to use that language you are suggesting that Jews who support Israel have a divided loyalty. That is why your words are offensive to so many. https://t.co/0otU47cqUo— Ryan Winkler (@_RyanWinkler) March 3, 2019
....and Ron Latz.
(2/7)... and killing Jews in their home countries. Where, I ask, is this coming from? Rep. Omar has used up the reservoir of good will generally granted to those who begin new jobs by repeatedly insulting the Jewish people even after being told that her words are dangerous and...— Ron Latz (@SenRonLatz) March 4, 2019
(4/7)... objections are motivated by anti-Muslim bias. She is trying to shut down her critics and the conversation by hiding behind that strawman. To be sure, Rep. Omar has herself been targeted for hate by Islamophobes. I also strongly and unequivocally condemn those...— Ron Latz (@SenRonLatz) March 4, 2019
(6/7)... There are ways to have serious policy discussions and disagreements – even on fraught subjects - without using anti-Semitic tropes. It is my hope that Rep. Omar will desist from future anti-Semitic comments and instead work to build bridges between communities...— Ron Latz (@SenRonLatz) March 4, 2019
(7/7)... discuss policy without inflaming religious conflict, and be a productive member of Congress rather than become a pariah in Congress.— Ron Latz (@SenRonLatz) March 4, 2019
Sure, the latest criticisms of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) are legitimate. Nevertheless, be prepared for the "Winkler and Latz are racist misogynists merely doing the right wing's bidding" hot takes.