Do Jewish Agencies Represent Jewish Conservatives?

The Political season began early this year with an effort to school the Jewish community into the correct thinking on President Trump's agenda with a very busy calendar of Progressive Jewish events.

Three lectures were scheduled by the JCRC/AJC:

Shared Future Lecture: American Xenophobia: anti-Semitism and Islamophobia

This was apparently the same lecture in three different venues “on current issues facing the increased prevalence of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia in America”.

It was the beginning of a narrative of blaming Trump, the alt-Right and Steve Bannon, that has been hammered at the Jewish community ever since, in spite of the fact that the evidence shows otherwise.

It was pretty clear that these were political events as evidenced by the pink resistance hat in the foreground and the list of groups invited to attend, many of which must be the beneficiaries of, or connected with, the George Soros funded Tides Foundation, MoveOn.Org, etc., that have been calling for political action against President Trump since the day after the election.

Continuing with a progressive "social justice" agenda, a 3-Part Lecture Series on Challenges Facing Israel in 2017, on Feb 22, Mar 7 and April 6 was also presented to the Jewish community.

See Jonathan Bronitsky's article: Yes, The Left’s Anti-Semitism Is More Pronounced Than The Alt-Right’s