, the incidence of anti-Semitic attacks jumped by 57% in 2017, the biggest one-year increase since the group started gathering data.
According to the @ADL_National
My tweet is about the Jews and Jewish organizations who willing supported Trump, despite his anti-Semitism as well as those of his followers, because he was "good for Israel." I think they have some thinking to do today. To do otherwise, would be mean-spirited and obtuse.— Julia Ioffe (@juliaioffe) October 27, 2018
Here's why, Senator: Trump routinely defames "globalists" and "international banks" and "corrupt media," all of which anti-Semites associate with Jews. Responsible rhetoric begins by not demonizing entire categories of people, or giving deranged people mental ammunition. https://t.co/TXgwVuUVmP— Bret Stephens (@BretStephensNYT) October 28, 2018
Casual conspiracy theorizing with an anti-Semitic tinge is now the GOP baseline https://t.co/WFOfsdgXG8— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) October 29, 2018
This stuff has been building in plain sight for years https://t.co/ZWe9tvfeAl— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) October 29, 2018
Verdict: false. Trump understands anti-Semitism just fine, which is why he is trying to ramp it up. Why are commentators so naive about this? https://t.co/aebhHXdTOw— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) October 28, 2018
It's long past time to stop using the term "populist" for people like Bolsonaro or Trump. There's nothing in their policies for the working class except racism and misogyny. White nationalist -- or neo-fascist -- is the right term https://t.co/W3rv8ch9Ri— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) October 29, 2018