Guest Post (Dickie Sliverstein): JTA’s 25 Most Influential People On ‘Jewish Twitter’ List Is a Shonda!

Some of the inclusions. Guess who's missing?
Some of the inclusions. Guess who’s missing?
Last week, that shmatteh JTA published a list of the so-called 25 most influential people on ‘Jewish Twitter.’

I say “so-called”, because I was not on the list, which consisted almost exclusively of the hasbarafia.

They then responded to a criticism of this list by releasing a new revised list. And yours truly was again omitted.

This is a travesty, but expected of a Zionist publication like JTA. We all know that in reality, I should head such a list.

Here are just a few reasons why my omission was a crime:

It would remiss of me to not mention that I am also horrified over the exclusion of others, like my friend Max Blumenthal, as well as Ali Abunimah, who, although not technically Jewish, has many good Jewish friends.

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A resident of Seattle, Dickie Sliverstein spends all day writing on his Chicken Olam website while his wife works to pay the bills. He considers himself to be an expert on Israel..which he is not.