Letters to the Ledger Opinion

Why is CT’s congressional delegation silent?

A bipartisan group of members of the House of Representatives recently signed a letter to the Secretary of Education demanding that he investigate the serious spreading problem on college campuses, antisemitism. Not a single representative from Connecticut signed the letter.

Why is this? Probably because antisemitism is not high on the list of politically correct priorities for our representatives in Congress. The Jewish vote is simply taken for granted.

Shame on the Connecticut delegation in Congress. And shame on Jews living in Connecticut for letting them get away with it.

Lester Freundlich

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