PBC Republican Party Must Oust Antisemitic Members Now

The recent rise of antisemitism has brought back some vicious conspiracy theories about Jewish people that many thought were long dead and buried, but not with a few Republicans.

Florida Jolt has investigated and published articles calling out progressive, Hamas-loving Democrats for antisemitism, and now we’re giving antisemitic Republicans equal treatment.

Unfortunately, there is a small group of people within the Republican Party who are spreading antisemitic propaganda, and it’s happening right here in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Some of the antisemites poisoning the Republican Party are members of the local Palm Beach County Republican Executive Committee, known as the REC—the proof is in their social media posts and online chats.


The slurs are not offhand quips about Jews being cheap. No, it’s a lot worse than that.

There’s the usual tripe about American Jews having “dual loyalty” to Israel, Jews supposedly controlling our financial system, and Jews controlling the media to “take over” the world.

What’s most dangerous and unacceptable in a civilized society is their use of blood libel.

The kind of blood libel used as an excuse to slaughter Jews for a millennium.

To say that Israel let Hamas attack Israel to justify “ethnic cleansing” and that Israel orchestrated the attacks on 9/11 is to legitimize and encourage the murder of the Jewish people.

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The Holocaust Encyclopedia explains blood libel this way;

The term blood libel refers to the false allegation that Jews used the blood of non-Jewish, usually Christian children, for ritual purposes. ..

Blood libels, together with allegations of well poisoning, were a major theme in Jewish persecution in Europe throughout the Middle Ages and into the modern period. They were a central component in the development of modern antisemitism in the 19th century.

The first case of the blood libel in Europe in the Middle Ages was that of William of Norwich in 1144. The Jews of Norwich, England, were charged with ritual murder after the body of a young boy (William) was discovered stabbed to death in the woods. In this case, the Jews of Norwich were alleged to have “bought a Christian child [the ‘boy-martyr’ William] before Easter and tortured him with all the tortures wherewith our Lord was tortured, and on Long Friday hanged him on a rood in hatred of our Lord.”

The motif of the Jewish need for Christian blood spread throughout the Middle Ages. It was combined with allegations of well-poisoning by Jews during the time of the Black Death in the middle of the 14th century. By the 15th century, the motif was commonplace throughout western and central Europe. It often gave rise to legends around miracles performed by the alleged victims of the blood libels. In 1475, a 2-year old boy named Simon disappeared from the city of Trent in Italy around the time of Easter. His father alleged that he had been kidnapped and murdered by the local Jewish community in order to make matzah for Passover. The entire Jewish community was arrested and forced to confess under torture before they were sentenced to death and burned at the stake.

The myth of the blood libel remains powerful into the 21st century. A 2003 TV series broadcast in Syria and Lebanon based on The Protocols of the Elders of Zion shows the Jewish people as engaging in a conspiracy to rule the world. It presents Jews as people who murder Christian children and drain their blood to bake matzoh.

It’s hard to believe that anyone with even a few brain cells would believe this dreck. Still, people like this exist, and they’re openly spreading their antisemitic rhetoric and harming the reputation of the freedom-loving and welcoming Republican Party. It must not be tolerated. 

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The local Republican party must do what’s right and expel these antisemitic members on behalf of all people of goodwill.

Governor Ron DeSantis and the Florida legislature have done the right thing and stood against antisemitism, and now the local party needs to step up and continue the fight.

The Republican Party does not accept or condone antisemitism, and the local party must show that they, too, do not accept conspiracy theorists who spread antisemitic lies.

The Republican Party does not need and must not accept grassroots activists like this. This is a call to action. Expel the antisemites from the Palm Beach County REC now and issue a public statement that the REC stands with Jewish people and Western Civilization.  

Editors note: We have redacted the names of the Republican antisemites for the purposes of this post, but we will be sending the names to the Republican Party leadership.

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