These would, of course, oftentimes be the same disingenuous jackals who have been so manifestly content to tut-tut the increasingly bald-faced anti-Semitism that is mollycoddled and nourished by the Democratic Party politburo.
"I want guns in the hands of people that are mentally stable", Trump told reporters.
"Usually, there is not much controversy with respect to Israel", Brooks observed on "The Jeff Poor Show" on Wednesday. It's possible to support Israel and oppose Trump's ostensible pro-Israel positions. "Where have they gone where they are defending these two people over the state of Israel?"
Leading the overtures against Israel - including support for the Boycott, Divest, Sanction, or BDS, movement - are Muslim freshmen Reps.
Brooks said the shift is "based on the growing influence of the Islamic religion in the Democratic Party ranks". "This is another step towards greater humiliation and greater suffering".
US President Donald Trump has been hit by a wave of criticism for accusing Jewish Democratic voters of "disloyalty", but his comment also highlighted the unease of some in the community with its traditional party of choice. Trump is using Israel as a political football to attack the Democratic Party. "When you're under constant threat like that, you can not give an inch to people like [congresswomen Rashida] Talib and [Ilhan] Omar who are a part of an ideology that even questions Israel's right to exist".
Without providing details, US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that his administration was in discussions with Democrats to produce some sort of meaningful gun legislation following mass shootings in the United States in recent weeks.
The comments triggered an outpouring of condemnations from Jewish American groups and Democratic lawmakers, who accused Trump of invoking anti-Semitic stereotypes by implying American Jews have dual loyalty to the United States and Israel.
The president has insisted his comments were not anti-Semitic.
As journalist Katherine Stewart, who covers the religious right, explained in a New York Times article last December, the gist of the white evangelical view of Trump is "that he is a miracle sent straight from heaven to bring the nation back to the Lord" and "that resistance to Mr. Trump is tantamount to resistance to God".
"I get very nervous when we start getting into issues of loyalty and disloyalty", Gingrich said. Most love Israel, even if they don't support the Israeli government's every move - and they are terrified by Trump.
Williams said he thinks "this is a little dicier". "Somebody had to do it, so I'm taking on China... and you know what we're winning". "They think you approve one thing, and that leads to a lot of bad things".
"But the truth of the matter is, that some Jews, even those who have always voted Democrat like myself, are being disappointed with the Democratic party" because its leadership is not reacting enough to what seems like anti-Semitism from some of its members, he said.