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Rookies in Congress, German or English supremacy?

Reader comment on item: How Trump Put Netanyahu in an Untenable Position

Submitted by The Eye Ball (United States), Aug 17, 2019 at 08:54

The squad, as the four Congress women are referred to, these congressional members would not be in Congress if the Democrat Party vetting process had not broken down.

Secondly, the two Congress woman are newbies, rookies. Had they been in Congress for 4 or 6 years, much of your argumentation would have higher value.

Third, Jewish organizations have to come to terms with the use of the word "white supremacy". The far left uses these words to avoid confronting racism on the left. At the same time, these words suggest German supremacy is the same of English supremacy. Throwing all white people in to the same group, and labeling it supremacy, ignores the fact the USA has its legal and linguistic heritage from England.

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