Holocaust Comparisons, Soros Conspiracies Dominate U.S. Republican Messaging

Republican officials and candidates in multiple states have recently used messaging that Jewish groups view as reflecting antisemitism, including comparing the FBI to the Gestapo following the Mar-a-Lago raid

Ben Samuels
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WASHINGTON – Republican officials have increasingly used the name of Jewish billionaire George Soros and invoked Nazi imagery in recent political statements, despite consistent warnings by leading U.S. Jewish organizations that such tropes reflect antisemitic messages.

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