CASEPAC, the only federal Political Action Committee in the United States dedicated to combating antisemitism everywhere, has named TV commentator and foreign policy expert Bryan E. Leib as the PAC’s first executive director. CASEPAC is a Political Action Committee focused on combating antisemitism in American politics.
“We are excited to have Bryan join us as the organization’s new leader during a time in our country when antisemitism is on the rise like we’ve never seen before. CASEPAC is the only PAC in America that is solely focused on supporting incumbents and candidates for federal office based on their record in combating all forms of antisemitism in America,” said Rebecca Harary, CASEPAC founder and president.
“I am thrilled to join the CASEPAC team to take the fight directly to anyone in federal politics that traffics in any form antisemitism. We will be playing offense, not prevent defense. We will use all resources at our disposal to support incumbents and candidates who join us in fighting back against the dangerous rise of antisemitism. There is no place in American politics for anti-Jewish and anti-Israel rhetoric. CASEPAC will make sure of this like no PAC has ever done before,” said Leib.
CASEPAC’s mission is to support congressional candidates and existing members of Congress in a non-partisan capacity who share our unwavering commitment to combating all forms of the widely recognized IHRA definition of antisemitism. We will call out Jew-hatred, anti-Zionism and anti-Israel bias wherever and whenever it rears its ugly head in the halls of Congress and our country.
What makes CASEPAC significantly different from other PAC’s is that we will utilize traditional, social and digital media platforms to directly raise awareness about the dangerous rise of antisemitism and to support the incumbents and candidates who fight back against antisemitism. We will hold our elected officials and candidates for federal office accountable with zero tolerance for any form of antisemitism.
Learn more about CASEPAC by visiting www.casepac.org.