The reason this is going to continue is Tulsi Gabbard who is running for the Presidential nomination for the Democratic Party and has enough support, is on record for criticism of Israel. This going to probably become the issue that gets brought up with her. And with the reaction to Omar this is going to be a issue for the Progressives.
This highlights a lot of the political struggle, the Jews wanted to rebuild the Republican Party with an hard-core Zionist rhetoric and policy as they are still angered over the rising anti-Zionism of the Democratic Progressives who are becoming the future of the Democratic Party. A lot of the Jews on the left became Neo-Con's and jumped to the Right because it was good for Jews at the time. But as Leftist leaders noted it created a situation in the left in which anti-Zionism took over when that trend came in. The Jews are always whining the leftist campuses are all anti-Zionist and pro Palestinian and tried to pass laws against this unsuccessfully. The whole thing is now becoming the mainstream debate which is drawing all attention to the Jewish problem that runs the American nation.
As the Progressive element becomes the dominate the Israeli issue is going to become something the Democratic Party leadership is going to have to signal and the Jews on the Left are bound in their own Marxist-Globalist rhetoric to do anything about it. Their Frankenstein monster has turned on them. The Jews reaction to the Democrat's with Trump's openly Zionist praising, never ending Jew defending is so over the top everyone is noticing the Jewish power.
2020 is going to be the year everyone is debating about Jewish influence on American politics and society.
.US President Donald Trump blasted Democrats as "anti-Israel" and "anti-Jewish" Friday after they passed a congressional measure opposing hate speech in general instead of specifically condemning alleged anti-Semitic comments by a Muslim congresswoman.
His remarks follow days of tense debates in Congress addressing sensitive questions about national allegiance, discriminatory tropes aimed at Jews, and accusations of show votes that failed to call out a member for controversial comments.
"I thought yesterday's vote by the House was disgraceful," Trump said at the White House.
The resolution was originally intended to deliver a direct rebuke of anti-Semitism following comments by a Muslim Democratic congresswoman, Ilhan Omar, that were deemed anti-Semitic and offensive by many colleagues.
But after blowback from progressives, it was revised to broadly condemn discrimination against Muslims and other minorities as well.
Trump seized on the shift, injecting a new angle of attack as he readies a 2020 re-election bid and fellow Republicans seek to claw back ground they lost in the House in last year's mid-terms.
"The Democrats have become an anti-Israel party, they've become an anti-Jewish party," he said....