Washington, DC – Late last night, Democrat Congressman Eric Swalwell (CA-15) disgustingly compared longtime friend of the Jewish community and the first openly gay member of a Presidential cabinet, Richard Grenell, to the infamous Nazi Joseph Goebbels. RJC National Chairman Sen. Norm Coleman released the following statement:
Washington D.C. -- The Republican Jewish Coalition congratulates Randy Feenstra on his primary win over Rep. Steve King. RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks said:
By Jackson Richman, Jewish News Syndicate (JNS)
Jewish and pro-Israel organizations have expressed outrage over the death of African-American George Floyd, 46, who died on May 25 in the custody of Minneapolis police.
The Forward asked Jewish communal leaders to reflect on how the coronavirus pandemic will influence Jewish life. RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks responded with the following essay.
By Ron Kampeas, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Republican Jewish Coalition is best known for scorching ads challenging the pro-Israel credentials of Democratic candidates. This election cycle, however, it is leading the charge against a GOP congressman: Steve King of Iowa.
Washington, DC -- The Republican Jewish Coalition released a statement today on the second anniversary of the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel.
Washington, D.C. — Today, the Senate passed the Never Again Education Act, a bipartisan bill to create, improve and expand Holocaust education programs for middle and high school-age students. The bill, which was passed by the House of Representatives in January, will soon go to President Trump for his signature.
Washington D.C. -- The RJC PAC announced that it is endorsing and supporting Republican primary challenger Randy Feenstra in his race to defeat Rep. Steve King (IA-4). RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks released the following statement:
RJC Demands Democrat New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Apologize for His Dangerous Tweet Against the Jewish Community
Washington D.C. -- Last night, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a tweet targeting all of the approximately 1.1 million Jews in New York City. The tweet was apparently in response to the gathering of some 1,000 Jews (0.09% of the Jewish population) for a funeral. This comes on the heels of a dangerous uptick in anti-Semitic attacks in New York City that de Blasio failed to address. RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks issued the following statement:
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