This week, Donald Trump once again reaffirmed his anti-Semitic beliefs.
And from Republicans: crickets or applause.
The former POTUS regularly uses anti-Semitic tropes, referring to Jewish people as a monolithic group, and entertains stereotypes.
This week, he suggested that Jewish people in the US should be more loyal to Israel – and more grateful to him specifically.
He warned that they should get with it “Before it is too late.”
And from Republicans? Nothing. At least, nothing negative – some have praised the FPOTUS for his open anti-Semitism.
It’s an alarming development in one of the country’s most powerful men, a man who could realistically take the presidency back in 2024.
If he does so, what happens – what happens when it’s “too late?” It’s a question anyone thinking of voting for Trump should make sure they answer first.