Yesterday, Thursday, June 13, the Senate passed two resolutions on anti-Semitism by unanimous consent.
The two resolutions, passed back to back, offer an interesting contrast.
The first resolution, 189, sponsored by Ted Cruz is a brief summary and condemnation of anti-Semitism. The submitters lean Republican, but not that much so, they also include Senator Coons, Cortez Mateo and a few others.
Aside from a general summary, Resolution 189 zooms in on a number of areas. One of them obviously involves a reference to Rep. Omar.
Whereas, in the United States, Jews have faced, and continue to face, false accusations of divided loyalty between the United States and Israel, false claims that they purchase political power with money, and false accusations about control of the financial system, along with other negative stereotypes; and
Resolution 189 then concludes…
Whereas Jews are the targets of the majority of hate crimes committed in the United States against any religious group, including attacks on houses of worship and Jewish community centers: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved, That the United States Senate condemns and commits to combatting all forms of antisemitism.
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