This is beneath disgusting. The Democrat party exalts in evil. How anyone could associate himself with these quislings is beyond me.
This is NY's 13th Congressional District comprised of part of Brooklyn as well as the all of Staten Island. Staten Island has historically been overwhelmingly Republican (it’s the only borough that McCain took the vote, but only by 51.7%.) The “Jewish vote” is largely Democratic but any Jew with an ounce of humanity and dignity that continues to support the party of hate, socialism and rampant racism is morally bankrupt and dangerous to not just the Jewish people but all freedom loving people.
McMahon Campaign Hits Grimm For Taking "Jewish Money" The Observer hat tip Atlas readers
Mike Grimm, a G.O.P challenger for Mike McMahon's Congressional seat, took in over $200,000 in his last filing.
But in an effort to show that Grimm lacks support among voters in the district, which covers Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn, the McMahon campaign compiled a list of Jewish donors to Grimm and provided it to The Politicker.
The file, labeled "Grimm Jewish Money Q2," for the second quarter fundraising period, shows a list of over 80 names, a half-dozen of which in fact do hail from Staten Island, and a handful of others that list Brooklyn as home.
"Where is Grimm's money coming from," said Jennifer Nelson, McMahon's campaign spokeman. "There is a lot of Jewish money, a lot of money from people in Florida and Manhattan, retirees."
As a point of comparison, the campaign also provided in-district and out-of-district fundraising totals from McMahon and Grimm's G.O.P primary opponent, Michael Allegretti. However, they did not provide an out-of-district campaign filing from Grimm, but only a file of Jewish donors to him.
Nelson said that the list was compiled by the campaign's finance director, Debra Solomon and that she did not know exactly how the finance team knew who was Jewish and who was not.
"She herself is Jewish so she knows a lot of people in that community," Nelson said.[..]
Reached by phone, Grimm, who is part-Italian, part-German, said he was proud of his Jewish support and said he was disturbed to hear that the McMahon campaign compiled a separate list of his Jewish donors.
"The fact that a U.S. Congressman would separate out any group by religion or even by ethnicity is nothing short of outrageous," he said. "This goes beyond politics."