The Anti-Defamation League’s Sad Slide Into Just Another Left-Wing Pressure Group

This past April, my husband, New York Post Op-Ed Editor Seth Mandel, started receiving a number of identical hostile tweets (right down to the same typo). He noticed many were officials at various branches of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

Josh had been criticizing the organization’s national director and CEO, Jonathan Greenblatt, a former Obama administration staffer, for increasingly heavy-handed bias. Greenblatt was essentially turning the vaunted nonpartisan anti-hate organization into a left-wing pressure group and vehicle for partisan score-settling.

He realized what was happening: The ADL had launched a coordinated rapid-response attack on him — a Jewish journalist.

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  • Norman_In_New_York

    Just another formerly noble organization infiltrated and subverted by the radical left. I hope that when Congress gets around to tax reform, it pulls the tax deductions on donations to organizations that are being misused for political purposes not in keeping with their organizational purpose.

  • Martin B

    The Anti-Defamation League has been in the full-time defamation business for a while now.

  • DonaldDouglas

    ADL’s a freakin’ hate group!