Responding to offensive statements tied to Antisemitism made by Marjorie Taylor Greene, which she has chosen to stand by rather than apologize for, Rabbi Moshe B. Parnes, Southern Regional Vice President of the CJV, made the following statement:
Greene’s remarks are beyond repulsive. We can hardly consider ourselves to be a tolerant country if people who espouse bigotry are permitted to represent our nation. But as someone who lived, taught and served the people of Georgia for many years, I know that she does not represent the free, tolerant and open society that Georgians and all Americans pride ourselves on being. We should all hope for and anticipate bipartisan censure of her remarks.