Wannabe Squad Member Nina Turner Also Blames the Jews

Yesterday, I posted about not one, but two, Squad members getting their antisemitism on.

Believe it or not, there was another instance, this time from wannabe Squad member Nina Turner, who lost her congressional primary election in a stunning upset to Shontel Brown. Turner knew who to blame for her loss.

And what is this “evil” and “dark” money she speaks of? Let’s just say that it is no secret that Brown was backed by the Democratic Majority for Israel (DMFI) to the tune of $2 million, as well as the Jewish Democratic Council of America and the nonpartisan PAC, Pro-Israel America.

Heck, she even retweeted someone who mentioned DMFI specifically.

The words “evil” and “dark” have real echoes of Nazi propaganda. Apparently, when Jewish people legally donate to a campaign, they always have nefarious intentions.

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Besides being an antisemitic dog whistle, Turner’s words are misleading. She actually dominated fundraising, raising $4.5 million overall, compared to Brown’s $2 million. That $4.5 million included some from pro-Assad activist Bassam (Sam) Khawam, who is also also a former member of the terrorist-linked Syrian Social Nationalist Party. Talk about evil and dark money.

In other words, Turner lost fair and square. But to her, it was the fault of the Joooooos.

As for Shontel Brown, she is definitely a step in the right direction for the Democratic party.

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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