ADL Thought Anti-BDS Laws Are 'Unconstitutional,' Will Create Antisemitism - Backed It AnywaysChris Menahan
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A leaked internal memo reveals the Anti-Defamation League thought "anti-BDS" laws making it illegal to boycott Israel were "unconstitutional" and would be "harmful to the Jewish community" and give "the appearance that the Jewish community exercises undue influence in government," but they backed them anyways, according to a bombshell new report from the Jewish Daily Forward.
From The Jewish Daily Forward, "REVEALED: Secret ADL Memo Slammed Anti-BDS Laws As ‘Harmful’ To Jews":
The Anti-Defamation League has emerged as a supporter of controversial legislation targeting boycotts of Israel. But internal ADL documents obtained by the Forward show that the organization's own staff believed the laws could actually harm American Jews.Imagine if these laws were making it illegal to boycott Russia. It wouldn't get one vote and anyone who signed onto it would be labeled a traitor.
This bill has 58 co-sponsors in the Senate -- a mix of Republicans, Democrats and Independents -- and is looking like it's going to pass.
These corrupt Senators can't agree on doing anything to actually help America, yet they're all fully on board with passing a blatantly unconstitutional law which will criminalize boycotting the foreign nation of Israel.
A search of Google News shows that despite this report being out for 17 hours not one single publication has picked the story up.
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