Yeah, that’s the problem bud …
“But make no mistake: Our job as Jews is not to view politics as sport. It’s to use whatever influence we may have to support Jewish values in the public sphere. …
Calls for pragmatism cannot drown out discussions of ethical fitness and Jewish morality. A nomination process is a time for us as Jews to assert our values, and make a case for the nominee who best represents those values, values that have been in short supply over the last few years. Values like tzedek — social justice, and Shmirat ha’adamah — guarding the earth, and Ahavat ha’ger — love of the immigrant, and Ahavat ha’briyot — love of all humanity. And of course Lo ta’ashok, rejecting the oppression of the weak. …”
I’m not Jewish.
I don’t want to live under Judaism.
I didn’t see hatred of the goyim or cultural degeneracy on the list.
Note: We have the liberal order to thank for making this absurd situation possible where the White Christian majority lives under the thumb of a hostile elite.