In a post on Truth Social this weekend, Donald Trump attacked the Jewish community, saying they must “get their act together” and show appreciation for Trump “before it is too late.”
For months, Illinois Republicans have raced to throw their support behind Trump — starting at the top of the ballot with Darren Bailey, who earned Trump’s endorsement after months of begging. Does the ILGOP stand with Trump’s comments that American Jews need to “get their act together?”
When it comes to offensive rhetoric against the Jewish community, this isn’t Darren Bailey’s first rodeo. After comparing abortion to the Holocaust, Bailey doubled down — and doubled down again as recently as the gubernatorial debate just two weeks ago, saying: “the facts are true when you compare the numbers.”
As the GOP candidate for governor, Darren Bailey’s heading up the Republican ticket. He hasn’t said a word about Trump’s offensive comments — and neither has the ILGOP. Their silence speaks volumes.
Does the ILGOP stand with Trump’s attack on American Jews? Voters deserve to know.