Breaking: House Republicans Cancel Hearing on Antisemitism After Protest Mob is Cleared from GW University – But How Does That Resolve the Anti-Semitism Issue?

Far-left pro-Gaza radicals desecrated and vandalized the George Washington Statue at GW University in Washington DC

The US House hearing on anti-Semitism for this afternoon was canceled.

Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer said he was canceling the hearing after the Washington DC Police Department finally cleared the unlawful encampment at George Washington University.

Chairman Comer released a statement this morning.

James Comer: Following the Metropolitan Police Department finally clearing out the unlawful encampment on GW’s campus, I am very pleased to announce that the hearing with DC Mayor Bowser has been canceled.

So how does this resolve the anti-Semitism issue at college campuses?

Mayor Bowser waited for weeks to do the right thing even after the vandalism was widely reported and Jewish students were afraid of walking on campus.

What is going on with these weak Republicans?

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