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Speaker Pelosi can either reject anti-Semitism or tolerate it, not both

Speaker Nancy Pelosi did the right thing and spoke at a Women’s March event that rejected the anti-Semitism of national organization leaders such as Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory.

But just days before the event, Pelosi appointed newly elected congresswoman Ilhan Omar to the House Foreign Affairs Committee. This happened right after Omar defended her comment on Twitter accusing Israel of having “hypnotized the world.”

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