Jewish Media Ecstatic About Biden Choosing Jew to Run White House

If you heard the name “Ron Klain,” and thought “I’ll bet ‘Klain’ is an alternate spelling of ‘Klein’ and this guy is a Jew,” then you were totally correct.

Here’s an interesting 2014 tweet from Klain:

As promised by me and as indicated by the Jews themselves, the Biden Administration, if it were allowed to rise, would be the most Jewish thing that you’ve ever seen in your life.

The Jews in the media, frankly, are very happy about this.

Washington Post:

President-elect Joe Biden has chosen longtime Washington operative Ronald A. Klain as White House chief of staff, sending an early signal that he intends to rely heavily on experience, competence and political agility after a Trump presidency that prized flashiness and personality.

Klain, 59, has been a senior adviser to Democratic presidents, vice presidents, candidates and senators. His appointment marks a homecoming of sorts, since Klain served in the late 1980s as a top aide to Biden when he was chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and ran Biden’s office when he first became vice president.

“Ron has been invaluable to me over the many years that we have worked together, including as we rescued the American economy from one of the worst downturns in our history in 2009 and later overcame a daunting public health emergency in 2014,” Biden said in a statement. “His deep, varied experience and capacity to work with people all across the political spectrum is precisely what I need in a White House chief of staff as we confront this moment of crisis and bring our country together again.”

A strategist with a legal mind and political ear, Klain is the sort of behind-the-scenes Washington hand more common in decades past, an operative who has managed everything from an Ebola outbreak to candidate debates to judicial confirmations.

Wait wait wait – this Jew is an “operative” who “gets things done behind the scenes”?

Is that similar to a Jew who “scurries in the dark” and “manipulates events”?

Of course, almost every other advisor is also Jewish. They have their token coloreds. But the rest are Jews.

“This town is brimming with smart people and high school valedictorians,” said Jared Bernstein, an economic adviser to Biden when he was vice president. “Ron brings something extra to the table, which is an ability to quickly process complex, conflicting streams of information and zero in on the optimal solution.”

Often called the second-hardest gig in Washington, the White House chief of staff holds what is traditionally the most important unelected position in government not subject to a Senate confirmation — the person who must wake the president in a crisis and decide who gets to be in the room to shape his views.

Given Biden’s unfortunate mental state, this will just mean that this person makes the decisions for the president half of the time.

But don’t worry – he would be working with a Jewish council to make those decisions.

That’s the Democrat way – all decisions are made by a council of Jews.

We call this “stability.”

If you’re a Zionist Jew, you might be saying, “wait one cotton-picking minute here – I thought the first chief-of-staff was supposed to be an Israeli, like when Barack Obama picked Rahm Emanuel?”

Zionist Jews are saying: “we need to have representation, because otherwise Biden might follow the whims of these Moslems and Marxists and shut down the flow of stolen money to Israel! He might shut down the endless wars!”

Never you mind that, Zionist Jews.

Rahm Emanuel’s own brother, Israeli Zeke Emanuel, is the head of the coronavirus advisory board.

What’s more, Biden is committed to putting Jewish wars first.

This article from the Jews back in October shows that Zionist Jews have nothing to worry about – they’re going to get their overrepresentation.

All kinds of Jews will be overrepresented in any future Biden Administration.


Neoconservatives are flocking to the Biden campaign. The DC braintrust that believes in using US military power to aid Israel in the Middle East has jumped parties before– to Clinton in ’92, and back to Bush in 2000– and now they’re hopping aisles to support Biden, with Bill Kristol leading the way.

Last night on an official Biden campaign webinar led by “Jewish Americans for Biden”, and moderated by Ann Lewis of Democratic Majority for Israel, two prominent neocon Republicans endorsed Biden, primarily because of Trump’s character posing a danger to democracy. But both neocons emphasized that Biden would be more willing to use force in the Middle East and reassured Jewish viewers that Biden will seek to depoliticize Israel support, won’t necessarily return to the Iran deal and will surround himself with advisers who support Israel and believe in American military intervention.

Eric Edelman, a former diplomat and adviser to Dick Cheney, said Trump’s peace plan has fostered an open political divide in the U.S. over Israel, because the plan endangers “the demographic future of Israel and its ability to continue to be both a Jewish and a democratic state.” (Demographic future means that Israel might have a majority of Palestinians, an argument we associate in the U.S. with segregationists.)

Eliot Cohen, a Bush aide and academic, echoed the fear that Israel is being politicized. “A lot of Jews made a big mistake by taking something I was in favor of, moving the embassy to Jerusalem and obsessing about that,” he said. But there was huge political risk in that: if the United States is internally divided, at war with itself, and “Israel has become a partisan issue, which it should never ever be…. That’s not in Israel’s longterm security interest.”

Biden will reverse that trend by appointing strong supporters of Israel, Cohen said.

Those neocons helped Biden a lot, and he’s not forgetting them.

Biden is surrounding himself with these neocon Jews who fled the Republican Party when Trump won.

This administration, if it ever exists, is going to be even more Jewish than the George W. Bush administration.