Thursday, October 6, 2016

Huma Abedin Email Attacked Jewish Group

The Daily Caller in an exclusive reports:
Huma Abedin, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s closest aide, urged former President Bill Clinton in 2009 to reject a speaking invitation before the American Israel Public Affairs Council (AIPAC), asking his assistant in an email, do “u really want to consider sending him into that crowd?”
Abedin’s comment about “that crowd” has sparked anger and consternation among Jewish and non-Jewish leaders who consider it hostile to Jews and to the State of Israel. Her comments are raising uncomfortable questions about Abedin’s past and her family’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
“Appalling” is how Morton Klein, national president of the Zionist Organization of America, described the email, adding that it, “shows hostility toward Jews and Israel in light of the fact that ‘that crowd’ gives huge ovations to White House speakers.”


  1. Am i Missing something?
    What shows hostility toward Jews?
    I guess thug is Code for the n-word and "that crowd" is anti semitic.
    Israel is the Center of right Wing political correctness.

    1. The answer is nothing. Just another manufactured controversy.

  2. I guess I don't understand. Are Jews and/or Israel both exempt from criticism? And, if they are, why?

    Or is this a matter of "criticizing Jews/Israel is tantamount to exterminating them"?

    I really am curious.

    1. Yes we are above criticism. What are you, a Nazi??!!!

    2. LOL! Well, I didn't think I was, but...

  3. Substitute any group for "that crowd" or "those people" and their respective spokepersons would be up in arms.

    Reminds me of a great scene from a classic:

  4. Since HRC does accept invitations from Jewish groups, we cannot say that there is any anti-Semitism involved. AIPAC is notorious for being the most pushy, powerful and in - your - face lobby in DC. They can, and do, destroy people. In this respect, the comments others have posted about Jews being above criticism make sense. People - including politicians - are afraid of AIPAC -and rightly so.