The latest word out of the ADL is a bad sign for the quest for Keith Ellison
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) says it has new doubts about Keith Ellison as the next chairman of the Democratic National Party. In a press release published Thursday the ADL cited new information in the form of a 2010 speech in which Ellison said United States foreign policy was based on what was good or bad for Israel:
CNN being CNN is doing their best to spin in his defense.
Ellison, who said he was “saddened” by the ADL statement, added that he wanted to meet soon with Greenblatt “to discuss our shared beliefs and commitment to fairness and justice,” and said he was “committed to building a strong relationship with you.”Ellison added that he thought the comments were being surfaced by unnamed “right-wing interests to drive a wedge between long-standing allies in the fight for equal rights.”“My record proves my deep and long-lasting support for Israel, and I have always fought anti-Semitism, racism, sexism, and homophobia – the same values embodied by the Anti-Defamation League.”
Haim Saban, a major Democratic Party funder, said Keith Ellison’s election as chairman of the Democratic National Committee would be a “disaster” for the relationship between Jews and the party, signaling a looming crisis between the party’s progressives and the centrist pro-Israel community.
The scathing broadside delivered Friday by the Israeli-American entertainment mogul, from the floor of the annual Saban Forum, an event he funds bringing together U.S. and Israeli leaders and influencers, underscores the degree to which Ellison’s campaign for DNC chief could erode relations between establishment Jewish groups and the party.Haim Saban, a major Democratic Party funder, said Keith Ellison’s election as chairman of the Democratic National Committee would be a “disaster” for the relationship between Jews and the party, signaling a looming crisis between the party’s progressives and the centrist pro-Israel community.
Ellison left Christianity in general & Catholicism in particular for Islam because of the various tenants of liberalism, social justice, inclusion, bridges not walls but notice what isn’t there C.S Lewis again.
Believe this, not because it’s true, but for some other reason.
It’s quite telling that in all the reason he gave for his conversion to Islam, “Because it’s true” wasn’t among them.
Now it may be that he actually believes the tenets of sharia law, but if he does he’s pretty quiet about it, at least to the press.
But the clincher remains the same thing that kept the MSM from reporting the Orlando killings as an authentic expression of Islam, the Tom Hagen math
Regardless of what you see on TV news and talk shows the reality is over the next 20 years the percentage of LGBT voters in the US Population will likely remain static.
During that same time period the number of Muslim Americans, both by immigration and birth is going to increase dramatically.
Right now the left has the Gays and the Transgenders and the Hollywood elites & media in which they are overrepresented and they figure that’s the best things to have, but in America Islam is a thing of the future. In 20 years the children of Muslims now being raised on the tenets of Sharia law in America will be old enough to vote and Democrats going to make sure they get those votes when the time come, not now but 10-20 years from now.
And if that means more LGBT Americans have to live in fear during those two decades, well it’s small price to pay for power.
It’s not personal , it’s simply a ghastly math driven business
And that math is even more important when the right to slaughter your kids is practically a sacrament to the Democrat party.
So it doesn’t matter if Ellison is in the pocket of the nation of Islam or CAIR, it doesn’t matter what he said about Israel what matter is that nobody in the Democrat party or the press will be willing to risk being calling a racist or an islamophobe by trying to stop.
Then again given the antisemitic, anti Israel and anti-christian turn the left in the US has taken, and where the Democrats will be in 20 years, perhaps, regardless of the short terms cost the selection of congressman Ellison is entirely appropriate.
After all why shouldn’t the leader of the party of the left represent not the image they want to project, but what they actually are.
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