‘Jexodus’ Encourages Jewish Americans to Leave the Democratic Party

This can’t be said enough. The House of Representatives, under Democratic leadership, couldn’t pass a resolution condemning anti-Semitism. We’re talking about a non-binding resolution. They couldn’t pull it together long enough to vote as a party and agree that anti-Semitism is a bad thing. That’s where the Democrats are right now.

While they fail to condemn anti-Semitism (even in general), they are also calling for ever increasing government presence. They want to disarm the population, nationalize health care, ban private transportation and take us into a new era of domination and failure. Just like they aren’t hiding their anti-Semitism, they aren’t hiding any of these objectives. The Democrats are the party of tyranny, and they’re proud of it.

As we move towards 2020, more small groups are leaving their traditionally Democratic positions and walking away. The latest should come as no surprise. Jewish Americans largely come from Holocaust survivors. These are people especially wary of tyrannical governments, so you can trust them to be among the most vigilant.

The Jexodus movement is just getting started. You can see the philosophy and plan behind it in this video. You’ll find that this is more than just a fun pun. It’s a serious movement that could deal a serious blow to the Democrats. If they can’t even publicly denounce anti-Semitism, why should they count on the Jewish vote? That question and more is answered. Take a look.

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