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The Democratic Party has a big, big anti-Semitism problem. You can concede nearly all criticisms hurled at the Trump-era Republican Party without ever undermining this glaring fact. What does happen when we confront this undeniable problem among the high-profile members of the radical end of the Democratic Party, however, is the undermining of all claims as to the resemblance between Republican Party ideology and Naziism, that’s for sure. To say nothing of the hard left’s relentless insistence that our nation’s history of systemic institutional racism — long since relegated to the past — is entirely inseparable from its founding philosophy. After all, it was our founding philosophy that ultimately freed the slaves and ended segregation, and it was our commitment to the global pursuit of liberty that ended modern history’s most notorious anti-Semitic reign of terror in Nazi Germany. This week, former New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind went absolutely scorched-earth on fellow Democrat Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar, who has ignited more than one firestorm over the blatantly anti-Semitic comments that have peppered the entirety of her tenure in the U.S. Congress.

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