A YouTube video showing a person, who identified as a transgender rabbi, humorously disrupting President Joe Biden with a demand for an Israel-Hamas ceasefire, had Megyn Kelly in stitches during her podcast.
During Biden's address at a fundraising event in Minnesota on Wednesday, this individual interrupted, calling for the President to advocate for an immediate cessation of hostilities. President Biden engaged with the interruption by expressing his desire for a break in the conflict to facilitate the release of prisoners from Gaza.
Megyn Kelly covered the incident on her show, where she reacted with amusement to the situation.
During "The Megyn Kelly Show," Kelly commented, “Jessica is a man pretending to be a woman, and I don’t know if she is pretending to be a rabbi, too.” She found humor in the situation, later adding with laughter, “She is a bearded lady Reconstructionist rabbi.”
— Jon Levine (@LevineJonathan) November 2, 2023
Newsweek identified the person removed from the event for heckling as Rabbi Jessica Rosenberg. Jon Levine, a political reporter at the New York Post, posted a photo on Twitter showing the heckler, who sported a beard.
As the most recent and smallest major Jewish denomination in the United States, Reconstructionist Judaism is recognized for its liberal religious and political stances, as mentioned by MyJewishLearning.com.
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