The bill authorized the creation of new offices and training within the Justice Department to tackle domestic terrorism.
"QAnon conspiracy theories are fanning the flames as antisemitism is on the rise in the United States and around the world,” states the bill.
Extending an olive branch, the signatories offered to meet with McCarthy to discuss how these tactics undermine the current bipartisan effort against antisemitism.
“Groups like the Boogaloos, Rise Above Movement and White Nationalist militias across the country are organizing. And so must we.”
“The mail pieces have nothing to do with David Richter’s religion, and everything to do with the fact he ran a company into the ground,” Komar, the super PAC’s independent expenditure director said.
But the party has disavowed Aaron Coleman, who has admitted to harassing girls online when he was in middle school.
“I oppose any use of American taxpayer dollars to implement the Annexation Plan or to build any permanent Israeli installation in the West Bank or Gaza."
“There is a certain pride to know that, if elected in November, I may be both the only Jewish representative and the youngest member of the Kansas House," says Aaron Coleman.
Democrats decried it as too limited compared to their $3 trillion proposal that passed the House of Representatives in May, while some Senate Republicans criticized it as too expensive.
Earlier this year, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed unanimously the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Act of 2019.