After summer of name calling, J-Street claims that it never called anyone names
J-Street’s Rosh Hashanah email message to its supporters was even more hypocritical than usual:
Oh really? Their email from July called their opponents warmongers and an “out of touch Jewish establishment.”
Even at the beginning of September, J-Street kept referring to outdated polls from July to pretend that Jews were supportive of the Iran deal. Most Americans are against it as well.
And as their absurd arguments fell apart, they became more and more dependent on ad hominem attacks. An early september mailing called those opposed to the Iran deal “opponents of diplomacy driven by partisan politics and hawkish ideology.”
J-Street’s entire existence is based on the goal of dividing the American Jewish community. To say that they want to heal the rifts now is just another J-Street lie.