‘Squad’ members say ‘Happy Hanukkah’ and get lit up for their brazen hypocrisy

Members of the cadre of Democrat House members known as “The Squad” took a short break from their hating on Israel to extend their warm wishes for Hanukkah in one of the most brazen examples of hypocrisy this year.

Several of the left-wing lawmakers, who have spent nearly two months accusing the Israeli government of conducting a campaign of genocide during its military offensive against the Hamas terror organization that massacred over a thousand of its citizens, took to the X platform to act like they really care about people of the Jewish faith during their traditional holiday season.

“Tonight, I wish all who celebrate the festival of lights a very happy Hanukkah,” wrote Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) who is not technically a “Squad” member but is an Israel hater to the bone. “In this dark time, we must stand with the Jewish community and against antisemitism and hate in all forms. Let’s continue to fight back as we strive for peace, security, and justice for all.”

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) who routinely parrots Hamas propaganda including the slogan “from the river to the sea,” which calls for the eradication of the Jewish state and the genocide of its people, also extended her holiday wishes.

Some, but not all of the others also joined in:

But the “Hamas caucus” wasn’t fooling X users who lit them up like a Christmas tree.

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) who presides over a Minneapolis district that some would call “Little Somalia” does not appear to have joined her fellow Jew-haters with Happy Hanukkah wishes.

Chris Donaldson


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