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Ivanka Trump to Lead U.S. Delegation at Olympics Closing Ceremonies

Ivanka Trump will lead the U.S. delegation at the 2018 Winter Olympics closing ceremonies in Pyeongchang, South Korea, later this week, White House officials announced Wednesday. Trump, who will be joined by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, is expected to fly on a commercial plane Thursday morning, the Washington Post reported. Other members of the delegation will include Sen. Jim Risch (R., Idaho); Marc Knapper of the U.S. Embassy in Seoul; Army Gen. Vincent Brooks, commander of United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command and United States Forces Korea; and Sgt. Shauna Rohbock, a member of the Army National Guard and former U.S. bobsled olympian. "I am honored to lead the U.S. delegation to the closing ceremonies of the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics," Trump said in a statement. "We look forward to congratulating Team USA and celebrating all that our athletes have achieved. Their talent, drive, grit, and spirit embodies American excellence, and inspire us all." Trump administration officials said that the purpose of the trip is to celebrate American athletes and to acknowledge the U.S. alliance with South Korea. Trump, a White House adviser and President Donald Trump's eldest daughter, is scheduled to have dinner at the Blue House in Seoul with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday night. Trump will attend the closing ceremonies and observe the Olympics throughout the weekend, but she is not scheduled to make any addresses or meet with North Korean defectors, according to the White House. White House officials were asked why Sanders was joining the delegation, prompting an official to say that she is a trusted member of the president's administration and that as a "female" she is looking forward to cheering on the American female athletes competing in the Olympics. Trump is set to depart from Seoul next Monday. The post Ivanka Trump to Lead U.S. Delegation at Olympics Closing Ceremonies appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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CNN’s Brooke Baldwin Repeatedly Interrupts Florida GOP House Member in Heated Interview on Guns

CNN host Brooke Baldwin on Wednesday repeatedly interrupted Florida State Rep. Matt Caldwell (R.) during a heated interview on guns. Caldwell, a supporter of gun rights, appeared on CNN with Florida State Sen. Kevin Rader (D.), a proponent of stricter gun control who represents Parkland, where Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the site of last week's deadly shooting that killed 17 people, is located. A visibly angry Baldwin pressed Caldwell on his vote against a motion to debate a bill that would ban assault weapons. She then referenced a Florida House resolution that declares pornography a public health risk. "Why is pornography a bigger health risk than semiautomatic weapons in the hands of a deranged individual?" Baldwin asked. "Listen, we have got to focus on what is really going to make a difference—" Caldwell said before Baldwin interjected. "Representative Caldwell, why is pornography a bigger health risk than a semiautomatic weapon in the hands of a deranged individual?" Baldwin asked. "Answer my question please, sir." "We shouldn't have weapons in the hands of deranged individuals—" Caldwell started before Baldwin interrupted again. "Why is that worthy of a debate? Why is pornography worthy of a debate and not semiautomatic weapons? Just answer me that," Baldwin said. Later in the interview when Caldwell attempted to talk again, Baldwin interrupted him shortly into his response. "Stop going to your talking points, sir! Stop!" Baldwin said. Baldwin also called an AR-15 a weapon used in war, although an AR-15 is a civilian semiautomatic firearm. The post CNN’s Brooke Baldwin Repeatedly Interrupts Florida GOP House Member in Heated Interview on Guns appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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Haley: U.N. Security Council Can’t Allow Kim, Putin, Assad Regimes to ‘Act With Impunity’

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Wednesday that national sovereignty is no excuse for the U.N. Security Council to allow nations to violate human rights, specifically calling out the leaders of Russia, Syria, and North Korea. "Soverignty is crucially important," Haley said. "The United States will never forfeit our sovereign right to govern ourselves and determine our future. All member states share this right." Haley spoke at length about the importance of sovereignty but argued that some governments use it to justify bad behavior and to claim that the council "has no business meddling in their affairs." "But sovereignty gives no country the right to trample on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of others," Haley continued. After stating that "human rights are the Security Council's business" because of the U.N. Charter, Haley listed human rights abuses carried out by other countries: Sovereignty is no excuse for a government to use violence and rape to expel a minority group to a neighboring country, as the Burmese security forces have done. And sovereignty is no excuse for this council to do nothing. Sovereignty is no excuse for a regime to gas its own people, as the Assad regime is doing in Syria, and for this council to do nothing. Sovereignty is no excuse for any dictatorship to abuse its people, spark violence, foment regional conflict, and then get off scot-free. If that were true, there would be no reason for us to be here. Haley thanked the Security Council's work imposing sanctions on North Korea, but warned that member states need to work more to enforce them. "Let me repeat: the sovereign rights of nations are fundamental," Haley said. "But when we don't uphold the principle of sovereignty by allowing the Kim, Assad, and Putin regimes to act with impunity, just the opposite is true." Haley again addressed the sovereignty objection to addressing human rights abuses, claiming that, "when the Security Council provides accountability for nations that violate the U.N. Charter, we protect sovereignty." Haley finished her speech by thanking Kuwait for calling the meeting and being "a living reminder of what this institution can accomplish when it lives up to the principles of the charter." The post Haley: U.N. Security Council Can’t Allow Kim, Putin, Assad Regimes to ‘Act With Impunity’ appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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Trump Tells DOJ to Write New Regulation Effectively Outlawing Bump-Fire Stocks

President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he would direct the Department of Justice to begin the rulemaking process for a new regulation that would effectively ban the sale of bump-fire stocks. "Today, I am directing the Department of Justice to dedicate all available resources to complete the review of the comments received, and, as expeditiously as possible, to propose for notice and comment a rule banning all devices that turn legal weapons into machineguns," the president said in a memo to Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Trump had asked the department to review the legality of bump-fire stocks in the wake of the October 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas where the attacker used a firearm equipped with the device to kill 58 people. In December, the DOJ announced it and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives would review the devices. The stocks modify a semi-automatic rifle in a way that makes it easier to achieve the bump-fire shooting technique that allows the shooter to pull the trigger more frequently than with traditional shooting techniques. Even with the stocks equipped, an individual trigger pull is still required for each individual shot fired unlike fully automatic fire which requires a single trigger pull to fire multiple rounds. That fact has led the ATF to say the bump-fire stocks they have examined in the past do not convert semi-automatic firearms to fully automatic firearms and are not subject to current federal firearms laws. "The stock has no automatically functioning mechanical parts or springs and performs no automatic mechanical function when installed," the ATF said in a letter to one bump-fire stock manufacturer in 2010. "In order to use the installed device, the shooter must apply constant forward pressure with the non-shooting hand and constant rearward pressure with the shooting hand. Accordingly, we find that the ‘bump-stock' is a firearm part and is not regulated as a firearm under the Gun Control Act or the National Firearms Act." A reversal of that decision would result in bump-fire stocks being regulated at the federal level in the same way that machineguns are. That would likely mean a ban on new sales of the devices to civilians, registration for those already in civilian hands, and a tax bill of $200 per device. Leading gun-rights groups have largely been supportive of the move to reconsider the devices' classification. The National Shooting Sports Foundation, which represents the gun industry, and the National Rifle Association called on the ATF to reconsider their classification of the stocks in October 2017. "In Las Vegas, reports indicate that certain devices were used to modify the firearms involved. Despite the fact that the Obama administration approved the sale of bump fire stocks on at least two occasions, the National Rifle Association is calling on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE) to immediately review whether these devices comply with federal law," Wayne LaPierre and Chris Cox, the group's top executives, said at the time. "The NRA believes that devices designed to allow semi-automatic rifles to function like fully-automatic rifles should be subject to additional regulations." The group said on Wednesday it is waiting to see the details of the proposed regulation on bump-fire stocks before commenting further on Trump's action but reiterated support for the ATF's review and opposition to gun bans. "The NRA cannot comment until an actual rule is published with specifics that we can review," Jennifer Baker, a spokesperson for the NRA's lobbying arm, told the Washington Free Beacon. "The NRA's stance on this issue has not changed. Fully automatic weapons have been heavily regulated since the 1930's but banning semi-automatic firearms and accessories has been shown time and again to not prevent criminal activity and simply punishes the law-abiding for the criminal acts of others." Several smaller gun-rights groups, however, have expressed opposition to the ATF reclassifying bump-fire stocks. Erich Pratt, the executive director of Gun Owners of America, called Trump's effort to ban the devices a "gross infringement of Second Amendment rights" while the Firearm Policy Coalition called the ban "lawless." Both groups are threatening legal action against any regulation that would ban the devices. If a regulation effectively banning bump-fire stocks is implemented, it's hard to know what kind of impact it would have as there is no official count of how many of the devices are currently in civilian hands or how often they have been used in crimes. The bump-fire technique is possible even without the devices. The post Trump Tells DOJ to Write New Regulation Effectively Outlawing Bump-Fire Stocks appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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George Clooney’s Publicist Set Up Media Interviews With Parkland Shooting Kids

George Clooney's publicist told the Washington Free Beacon that he has set up interviews between children who survived the Parkland shooting and media outlets. Stan Rosenfield, who represents Clooney, said he was "approached by a friend, not Mr. Clooney, to help set up television interviews last Sunday." Rosenfield said he set up five interviews on Sunday with Fox News, CNN, ABC, NBC, and CBS. When asked whether Clooney is paying for the publicity or endorses facilitating the interviews with the children survivors, he said Clooney's statement on donating to the "March for Our Lives" campaign "answers all of your other questions." "Mr. Clooney has been a client of our office for over 16 years, however, I am doing this pro bono as I hope you would if victims of a massacre ask for your help," Rosenfield said. Clooney was among the first Hollywood celebrities to join the new gun-control push. He and his wife Amal donated $500,000 to the new gun-control group that is organizing a rally next month in Washington, D.C., in response to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. "Amal and I are so inspired by the courage and eloquence of these young men and women from Stoneman Douglas High School," Clooney said in a statement. "Our family will be there on March 24 to stand side by side with this incredible generation of young people from all over the country, and in the name of our children Ella and Alexander, we're donating 500,000 dollars to help pay for this groundbreaking event. Our children's lives depend on it." Parkland students appeared on all the major political Sunday morning shows, including CBS's Face the Nation and NBC's Meet the Press, calling for more restrictions on guns. The "attention is on us now," they said. Rosenfield is president of Stan Rosenfield & Associates, an entertainment public relations firm in Los Angeles. Rosenfield represents other big Hollywood names besides Clooney, including Robert De Niro, Danny DeVito, Helen Mirren, and Charlie Sheen. Rosenfield has not been very active in politics, donating to only two campaigns, including $2,700 to Hillary Clinton in 2016. His support has gone to a politician who once fought for an endorsement from the NRA: George Clooney's father. Rosenfield donated $1,000 to Nick Clooney's campaign when he ran for Congress in Kentucky in 2004. The Cincinnati Enquirer reported at the time on Nick Clooney's support for the Second Amendment. "Nick Clooney supports vehemently the Second Amendment and would vote against any new federal gun restrictions," Bob Doyle, Clooney's campaign consultant, told the paper. Doyle also said the Clooney campaign was "not attacking the NRA." The post George Clooney’s Publicist Set Up Media Interviews With Parkland Shooting Kids appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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Al Jazeera Spy Operation on U.S. Jews Sparks Congressional Investigation

A bipartisan team of lawmakers is urging the Trump administration to launch an investigation into the Qatari-funded news outlet Al Jazeera, which the Washington Free Beacon recently disclosed had carried out a secret, months-long spy operation on American Jews and supporters of Israel, according to a draft copy of congressional correspondence obtained by this publication. Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D., N.J.) and Lee Zeldin (R., N.Y.) are circulating a letter to their congressional colleagues urging them to back an effort demanding the Trump administration's Department of Justice open an investigation into Al Jazeera's recent spy operation. The lawmakers argue that in light of this and other efforts by the Middle Eastern news network it should register as a foreign agent under U.S. law. Such a designation under the Foreign Agents Registration Act, or FARA, would show Al Jazeera is under the thumb of the Qatari government, which funds its operations, and not an independent news organization, as it claims to be. The Free Beacon first reported last week that Congress is actively working to see Al Jazeera designated under FARA following a secret effort last year to spy on the American Jewish community as part of a documentary it claims will expose Jewish control of the media. Al Jazeera has been sending letters to a slew of Jewish organizations and pro-Israel individuals asking them to comment on what appears to be secret recordings that the news outlet claims confirms Jewish meddling in foreign affairs. Al Jazeera's actions are being viewed as tantamount to a foreign-funded spy operation on U.S. citizens conducted on American soil. In light of this spy effort, Gottheimer and Zeldin are seeking support for an effort to force Al Jazeera to register as a foreign agent under FARA. "American citizens deserve to know whether the information and news media they consume is impartial, or if it is deceptive propaganda pushed by foreign nations," the lawmakers write in a draft letter to the DOJ that is currently circulating on Capitol Hill. A copy of that letter was obtained by the Free Beacon. This would put Al Jazeera in the same category as state-funded propaganda outlets such as RT, a Russian-controlled outlet that was recently forced to register under FARA as part of a similar push. "Congress needs clarification as to whether additional foreign principals should also be required to register under FARA, including Qatar's Al Jazeera, which the U.S. State Department has indicated is state-controlled," the lawmakers write. The lawmakers reference the Al Jazeera spy operation on the American Jewish community as evidence the outlet is operating on behalf of Qatar, which continues to finance terrorism. "We find it troubling that the content produced by this network often directly undermines American interests with favorable coverage of U.S. State Department-designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations, including Hamas, Hezbollah, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and Jabhat al-Nusra, al-Qaeda's branch in Syria," the letter states. "Furthermore, Al Jazeera's record of radical anti-American, anti-Semitic, and anti-Israel broadcasts warrants scrutiny from regulators to determine whether this network is in violation of U.S. law," the letter continues. "Such an investigation should cover the full range of activities undertaken by Al Jazeera in the United States, including reports that it infiltrated American … nonprofit organizations." The lawmakers request the DOJ open an investigation into Al Jazeera and "provide our offices with detailed information about the DOJ's investigative process, and whether additional entities, including Al Jazeera, meet the legal definition of ‘foreign principal,'" according to the letter. One veteran congressional adviser familiar with the effort told the Free Beacon that Al Jazeera's latest efforts to infiltrate the American Jewish community shows its strings are being pulled by the Qatari government. "After confirming its state sponsored espionage, the case for FARA is a slam dunk," the source said. "And now we see Congress is pressuring the administration to do the right thing. AJ doesn't have any friends on Capitol Hill, so the Trump administration should be taking this pressure seriously." "When foreign governments are sending secret spies to infiltrate Washington-based organizations, Congress understands its time to act," the source added. A second source working on the matter said foreign governments should not be permitted to fund secret spy operations on U.S. soil "When you engineer a sophisticated, covert anti-Semitic surveillance program on U.S. soil, there must be consequences," the source said. "A strong response is needed from both the administration and Congress." Disclosure: A current Free Beacon staffer received a similar letter from Al Jazeera in relation to her work for a previous employer. The post Al Jazeera Spy Operation on U.S. Jews Sparks Congressional Investigation appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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Father of Slain High School Student Says It’s Past Time to Protect Children in Schools: ‘I’m Pissed’

The father of a student killed in last week's mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida told President Donald Trump he was "pissed" and it was time for the country to come together and protect the nation's children. Speaking at a listening session held at the White House for those affected by mass shootings, Andrew Pollack spoke about the death of his daughter Meadow, who was shot nine times on the Parkland school's third floor last week. "We as a country failed our children. This shouldn't happen," he said. "We go to the airport. I can't get on a plane with a bottle of water, but … some animal can walk into a school and shoot our children. It's just not right, and we need to come together as a country and work on what's important, and that's protecting our children in the schools." He described himself as "very angry." "It stops here with this administration and me. I'm not going to sleep until it's fixed. Mr. President, we're going to fix it," he said, as Trump gave him a thumbs-up in response. Pollack asked those watching to consider his sons who were forced to bury their sister. "It should have been one school shooting, and we should have fixed it! And I'm pissed," he said. "Because my daughter I'm not going to see again. She's not here." Pollack said it's "not about gun laws right now," but rather about school safety. "That's another fight, another battle. Let's fix the schools, and then you guys can battle it out, whatever you want," he said. The post Father of Slain High School Student Says It’s Past Time to Protect Children in Schools: ‘I’m Pissed’ appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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Trump Says White House Will Be Strong on Background Checks and Mental Health: ‘We’re Going to Get It Done’

President Donald Trump said the administration was going to be strong on background checks and mental health on Wednesday, adding action on those issues was not going to be just "talk" and "we're going to get it done." Trump, along with Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, met at the White House with students, families and teachers affected by mass shootings for a listening session amid growing calls for gun reforms. "We're going to be very strong on background checks," Trump said. "Very strong emphasis on the mental health of somebody, and we are going to do plenty of other things." Trump said he would meet with many of the country's governors next week to discuss school safety. "We're going to cover every aspect of it," Trump said. "There are many ideas that I have. There are many ideas that other people have, and we're going to pick out the strongest ideas, the most important ideas, the ideas that are going to work, and we're going to get them done. It's not going to be talk like it has been in the past. It's been going too long. Too many instances, and we're going to get it done." Trump tweeted Wednesday that regardless of party, "we must now focus on strengthening Background Checks!" Whether we are Republican or Democrat, we must now focus on strengthening Background Checks! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 21, 2018 Trump said Tuesday he had directed Attorney General Jeff Sessions to propose regulations banning devices that turn weapons into machine guns, such as bump stocks. The post Trump Says White House Will Be Strong on Background Checks and Mental Health: ‘We’re Going to Get It Done’ appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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MSNBC Host Says Rick Scott ‘Refusing to Speak’ With Students, Later Reports He’s at Shooting Victim’s Funeral

MSNBC host Katy Tur said Wednesday that Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R.) was "refusing to speak" with students crowded outside his office calling for gun control, before reporting minutes later that Scott's absence was due to his attending a Parkland shooting victim's funeral. In the aftermath of last week's high school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 dead, students at the school and around Florida traveled to Tallahassee for a rally to call for action on gun reforms. MSNBC filmed a large group of students outside Scott's office, chanting "Shame on you" and holding file boxes saying #HearTheBills and #Enough. Tur reported a "blonde woman wearing glasses" had told the students Scott was "too busy to meet with them today." "They flooded the governor's office, and the governor is refusing to speak with these students," Tur said. "These are students from across Florida. They're students from Parkland … The survivors. It sounds like they're not being heard." The woman with glasses Tur referred to, who had a "Guns Off Campus" sticker, then asked the students what they'd tell Scott if he was there. Tur apologized to viewers and said it appeared the woman was part of the student group, not a member of Scott's office. Tur repeated some of the students' suggestions for Scott, such as "do your job" and "make a difference." "They're asking the governor to do something about rifles, to do something about assault weapons, to stop looking into immigration so much, and to focus on what is the issue that they're there to talk about: weapons. Their lives," Tur said. Six minutes later, Tur said Scott's office had called MSNBC to tell them he would be meeting with small groups of Parkland students for 20 minutes each at 5 p.m. "Right now, he is not in the office. He is at the funeral, I believe, for a student," Tur said. "That's why he cannot meet with those kids right now. Obviously, they're not happy about it. Those kids are still inside that office. They want to be heard. We'll see if they wait there until 5:00 today." Fellow host Ali Velshi repeated Tur's initial characterization of Scott at the same time she talked about it with a tweet that was retweeted more than 4,300 times as of this report's publication. BREAKING: students are in the waiting area of FL Gov. Rick Scott’s office – after being told he’s too busy to meet with them – chanting "shame on you!" — Ali Velshi (@AliVelshi) February 21, 2018 When someone responded to his tweet that Scott was at a funeral for shooting victim Chris Hixon, Velshi wrote that's what Scott had told NBC. That tweet got 18 retweets as of this tweet's publication. I just left the funeral for Chris Hixon about an hour ago …the Governor was in Hollywood Florida at the service. Not sure why they think he’s in his office. I believe he has another funeral here this afternoon, — Andrew Morris (@amorris575) February 21, 2018 Yes this is what he told NBC. He’s on his way back and will be meeting with them when he returns — Ali Velshi (@AliVelshi) February 21, 2018 BREAKING: FL Gov Rick Scott says he WILL meet with students at 5p today — Ali Velshi (@AliVelshi) February 21, 2018 The post MSNBC Host Says Rick Scott ‘Refusing to Speak’ With Students, Later Reports He’s at Shooting Victim’s Funeral appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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Pittsburgh Jewish Federation Bans Free Beacon After Publication of Dem Candidate’s Comments on Israel

The Washington Free Beacon has been banned from covering and reporting on all events related to the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh, a Jewish communal organization, following its publication of remarks made by Pennsylvania Democratic congressional candidate Conor Lamb at an event that the Federation says was off the record and closed to the press. The Free Beacon first unearthed the comments by Lamb, who is currently running for Congress in a special election next month, in a Feb. 12 report that quoted the candidate accusing Israel of "terrorism" and the deliberate targeting of innocent civilians in the Gaza Strip. Lamb said at the time it was "disheartening to see" support for Israel being expressed in the pages of his college newspaper. "It was disheartening to see the add [sic] in the DP the other day which read, ‘Wherever we stand, we stand with Israel,'" Lamb wrote. "There is no doubt that both sides of this conflict have committed wrongs, but if this latest attack is not terrorism, I don't know what is." When asked about those comments last week by an attendee at an event sponsored by the Pittsburgh Jewish Federation at the South Hills Jewish Community Center, Lamb claimed to have "absolutely no memory" of the remarks and seemed to suggest the comments may have been planted or forged, though he offered no evidence. After the Free Beacon published Lamb’s response, Joshua Sayles, a top official with the Pittsburgh Jewish Federation, phoned the Free Beacon to say that the publication's reporting on Lamb’s comments was "unacceptable" and informed the outlet it is now banned from covering all Federation-related events in Pittsburgh. Sayles, who serves as the director of Pittsburgh's Community Relations Center, or CRC, said Lamb’s remarks were made off the record and that the event was closed to the press. However, the event was presented as open to all community members and an invitation made no reference to it being off the record. Regardless, the Free Beacon legally obtained the video of the remarks and was neither party to, nor bound by any agreement between the Federation and Lamb. Sayles told the Free Beacon on Tuesday that he would be contacting all area synagogues to alert them of the ban. Lamb has come under fire following the Free Beacon’s report on his comments accusing Israel of state sanctioned terrorism. In defending his remarks, Lamb claimed to have no recollection of writing the 2002 comment. "I've looked at that several times in the last 24 hours and as a prosecutor I'll give you the most honest and accurate thing that I can say, which is, I have absolutely no memory of ever using those words at all. In the climate we're in, I think you all can fill in the rest, but all I can tell you is I don't recognize it," Lamb said, according to the tape obtained by the Free Beacon. National pro-Israel organizations such as the Republican Jewish Coalition condemned Lamb’s initial comments, describing them as "ignorant and extreme." "Conor Lamb's refusal to address his own ignorant and extreme attack against Israel is very troubling," Former Sen. Norm Coleman, RJC’s national chairman, said in a statement. "Given that refusal and the fact that he's running as a supporter of the anti-Israel organization J Street, it appears his views have not changed at all." "The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh does a disservice to their own community by working to prevent the general public from hearing about Conor Lamb’s comments on Israel and his explanation for them," said Michael Goldfarb, chairman of the Free Beacon. "We will continue to report on such forums and events of interest to our readers with or without the Federation’s consent." Federation President and CEO Jeffrey Finkelstein did not respond to a request for comment on the ban. The post Pittsburgh Jewish Federation Bans Free Beacon After Publication of Dem Candidate’s Comments on Israel appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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