More than 20 Democrats and one Republican voted against a Thursday House resolution to condemn antisemitism on college campuses.
H.R. 798 passed with a final tally of 396-23, comprised of a bipartisan 213 Republican votes and 183 Democrat votes.
Of the 23 that voted against the resolution, 22 were Democrats. The only Republican to vote against it was Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., who cited concerns over free speech.
“Free speech means protecting speech you don’t like, not just speech you do like. Also, who defines antisemitism?” Massie wrote in a post on X explaining his vote.
Nearly every member of the far-left “Squad” voted against the bill. Rep. Greg Casar, R-Texas, was the only “Squad” member to not oppose the bill.
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