Biden Claims ‘Silence Is Complicity’ - But WH Is ‘Not Going To Get Into’ Anti-Semitism On Campuses

Eric Scheiner | October 24, 2023
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White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to condemn anti-Israel protests at college campuses as anti-Semitic, despite Joe Biden’s continued claims that “silence is complicity” when it comes to anti-Semitism.

Jean-Pierre was asked Monday if Biden views “anti-Israel protests and sentiment on college campuses as anti-Semitism?”

Jean-Pierre responded by saying “So look, I’m not going to get into what’s happening across the country at different universities. Not going to get into the specifics.”

She then rambled about “peaceful protest”  but how she wasn’t going to get into “any, y’know, specifics on that.”

Related: Fumbling White House Spox Seems Confused By the Definition of 'AntiSemitism'

So, the White House is willing to be silent on anti-Semitic activities on college campuses despite Joe’s boast on May 16th, “Silence is complicity. You can’t remain silent. I will not remain silent and nor will any of you. Under my presidency we will continue to combat anti-Semitism at every turn.”

Except for the bends and twist the Biden administration will take to avoid commenting on anti-Semitic activity on campuses.

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