Democrats, including legislative aide to U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, Dan Liftman, and most likely Debbie Wasserman Schultz, knew about the anti-Israel emails “for a while” yet the Democrat Culture of Corruption decided not to do anything about the shocking beliefs of one of their members until the cat was out of the bag.
The Anti-Semitic candidate for Florida House District 88 says that she still plans on running for office.
Who wants to take bets on if she will be elected or not?
A Palm Beach County representative to the Democratic National Committee quit her post after furor erupted over anti-Israel emails many in her own party called outrageous.
In the emails, first exposed by BizPac Review, Evelyn Garcia accuses Israel of running “mass concentration camps” and committing “crimes against humanity.”
On Monday, Garcia, also a member of the local Democratic Executive Committee and a candidate for Florida House District 88, apologized for her statements, calling them “ugly” and “hurtful,” according to The Palm Beach Post.
Though she gave up her DNC position, Garcia told the newspaper she still plans to continue her campaign for the House District 88 seat.
She may have an uphill climb in winning back leaders of her own party.
As soon as BizPac Review President Jack Furnari’s post on the inflammatory emails went live on Sunday, a number of Democratic leaders across Palm Beach County expressed horror at comments many considered anti-Semitic.
“She’s horrible,” said Dan Liftman, legislative aide to U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, D-Miramar. “She could harm the president and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.”
Though Liftman said he’s known about the emails “for a while,” Palm Beach County Democratic Chairman Mark Alan Siegel told BPR he saw the emails for the first time Monday morning.
“I strongly disagree with her views, as does every other Democrat I know,” Siegel said. “Evelyn’s views are not the views of the Democratic Party, and she recognizes that.”
But Elmer Klein, president of the Cypress Lakes Democratic Club in West Palm Beach, wondered how long DEC leadership knew about the emails, which he likened to hate speech.
“I have heard through the grapevine that they knew,” Klein said.
Marvin Manning, president of Century Village Democratic Club in Boca Raton, said he was told Siegel was made aware of the emails a while ago but did nothing about it.
“It’s quite horrendous,” said Manning, a Jewish World War II veteran whose daughter-in-law is the child of a Holocaust survivor. ”This requires an investigation as to who else was involved in this, and if they are involved in the Democratic Party, then we have to get them out of the party.”
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