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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Wednesday took the rare step of rebuking his own party's left flank for anti-Semitism, criticizing them for believing that the principle, "Injustice against one oppressed group is injustice against all ... does not extend to the Jewish people." Schumer usually deploys his speeches to benefit Democrats at Republicans' expense, but an increasing tally of violent anti-Semitic incidents in progressive strongholds has grown too glaring to ignore. In a Thursday conversation on "Washington Watch," Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler said left-wing attacks on Jews ultimately boiled down to their "hatred of God."

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