“I’m not naïve,” Deborah Lipstadt, the Biden regime’s Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Antisemitism insisted, and she was likely telling the truth. It’s very likely that Lipstadt, and the regime of which she is a part, is something quite a bit worse than naïve. Lipstadt’s Combating Antisemitism Strategy has launched a few weeks ago at the White House, and it includes the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). Is the regime incurably inept and tone-deaf or so frothing with hatred toward Israel that it includes a fox among those it appoints to guard the henhouse? Probably both.
The White House has announced that CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, will be embarking on a religious community tour to inform them about steps they can take to protect their places of worship from hate incidents. The White House announced that the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) will embark on a tour of religious communities to inform them about steps they can implement to protect their places of worship against hate incidents.
CAIR is not considered a suitable liaison partner by the FBI for non-investigative reasons until it can determine whether there are still links between CAIR and Hamas. ”
CAIR is not done yet. They have partnered up with anti-Zionist groups such as Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) and American Muslims for Palestine. CAIR members often use questionable tactics and extreme rhetoric to denounce Zionism and Zionists and disrupt pro-Israel activities.
If that’s the case, then everything is fine.
Lipstadt tried to minimize it all. She said that “CAIR was one of many organizations who supported this initiative. It’s also listed in the factsheet as are other groups.” Lipstadt’s dishonesty is off the charts. She claims that “CAIR was one of many organizations who stepped forward and supported this initiative. It’s also mentioned in the factsheet, as are other organizations.”
Lipstadt admitted that CAIR had a problematic history, but said that other groups who have problematic histories are now talking about antisemitism.
Lipstadt, who was blazing forward with her hypocrisy, insisted that Hamas-linked CAIR be given a second chance. Lipstadt warned that it was possible to be too cynical and claim that antisemitism has become a “thing”. Lipstadt warned that it was possible to be too cynical and claim that fighting antisemitism is now a ‘thing’.
She said CAIR will have to account for its actions. “I’m not talking about apologies,” said she, but the organization would be asked: “Does CAIR admit that it could have made or made no statements or declarations that were easily and correctly deemed antisemitic?” That should do the trick.
Lipstadt added, “If you wear your Jewish hat, we both come from a tradition that believes in forgiveness.” Lipstadt continued, “If I wear my Jewish hat, you and I both come from a tradition that believes in forgiveness.”