This week in “I’m a Nazi; you’re a Nazi; everyone’s a Nazi,” the viscerally repugnant union boss thug, Randi Weingarten, is now running with the line that criticism of her performance as the head of the country’s largest teachers’ union — for instance, her brutal lockdowns that set America’s public schoolchildren back years, likely to never recover — is tantamount to antisemitism:
If you’re a member of a minority group, well, there’s lots of antisemitism. I happen to be… married to a rabbi. And I happen to really believe in my faith. And there’s a lot of homophobia. And I happen to be the first out lesbian as a labor leader in the country.
In a delicious irony, it turns out that Weingarten herself was the recipient of the “anti-Semite” smear when she reportedly deemed her “Jewish critics” a part of the “ownership class.”
Via American Jewish Committee, April 2021 (emphasis added):
Randi Weingarten is no antisemite, but her comments,