Jon Ossoff, Claims Republicans Are Anti-Semites

There are two definitions of chutzpah.

1. Killing your parents and then asking the court to have mercy on an orphan.

2. Working with an anti-Semitic news network which has promoted the murder of Jews and then trying to accuse Republicans of anti-Semitism.

Jon Ossoff hasn't pulled off the former yet, but he's certainly managed the latter. Now, as his people backed by the media, are trying to throw accusations of anti-Semitism around, here's a reminder of the kind of gutter anti-Semitism that his Al Jazeera connections mean.

"Al Jazeera English quickly deleted a Twitter post on Wednesday that featured an anti-Semitic portrayal of a Jewish man commenting on climate change. The tweet, which was captured by numerous Twitter users before it was deleted, featured a caricature of a Jew saying that the 'climate change scam is working out perfectly for our long term Talmudic plan of world domination!'"

Worryingly, this isn't the first time Ossoff's ties to an anti-Semitic figure have been exposed. Last month, Linda Sarsour, a notoriously anti-Israel activist, announced that she was backing Ossoff's campaign.

And then there's Rep. Hank Johnson, also known as the only reason that Ossoff has a career.

Ossoff's political mentor is ultraliberal Congressman Hank Johnson who is on record calling Jewish Israelis "termites."

Again, not the anti-Semitism that the media is looking for. Or the chutzpah.

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Daniel Greenfield

Daniel Greenfield

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century. He blogs at