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    Social Democrat Julia Salazar will reveal more contradictions in her autobiography

    Social Democrat Julia Salazar will reveal more contradictions in her autobiography

    Social Democrat Julia Salazar will reveal more contradictions in her autobiography

     

     

    A Socialist Democrat candidate in the New York Senate faces questions after she appears to have falsified her life, including allegations of being an immigrant and a Jewess, while her former job shows that she is a conservative Christian advocate. (Julia Salazar to the State Senate)
    A Socialist Democrat candidate in the New York Senate faces questions after she appears to have falsified her life, including allegations of being an immigrant and a Jewess, while her former job shows that she is a conservative Christian advocate. (Julia Salazar to the State Senate)

    There is a Democratic Democratic candidate for the Senate in New York State, whose autobiography has been challenged in another case, faces further questions about her background – her family calling for alleged upbringing.
    Julia Salazar, a progressive Democrat of the American Social Democrats, was described as ‘Ocacio-Cortez’ in Alexandria, who won a major race against New York Rep. Joe Crowley. But her campaign was thrown into turmoil last month after an article on the tablet covered parts of her life.

    She had been told by multiple outlets that she was an immigrant from Colombia, saying that her family came to the United States when she was small. Julia Salazar said in an interview with her family: ‘My family immigrated to the United States from Colombia when I was a child. My mother ended up raising my brother and I as a single mother without a university degree and from the background of the working class.’ Journal of Jacobin.

    SOCIALIST NY SENATE CANDIDATE CHALLENGED OVER CLAIMS OF BEING AN IMMIGRANT, Jewish 

    But I found the tablet it actually generated in Miami. She later said she made it clear she was born in Miami. In this article, she also quoted her brother Alex in dispute over her claims that she was Jewish. ‘There was no one in our immediate family who was a Jew … We did not win the Jews,’ he said.
    Since then, her brother and mother have pushed further against her claims, especially her assertion that she was born in the working-class family and that her mother did not have a college degree. In an interview with City and State, Alex Salazar said they were financially comfortable and living in a big house, where her father earns enough to allocate $ 6,000 in total money to each child.

    We were a very middle layer. We had a house in Jupiter along the river and it was in a lovely neighborhood. ‘I feel strongly about my family and I want to tell the truth.’
    He also disputed claims that Salazar had stated that ‘Colombia is where my family was and where I was in the early years of my life.’ He said that while there were a few trips to Colombia to visit the family, they were fully raised in Florida.

    The candidate told City & State that the confusion stems from the expectation of others that all immigration stories fit the same fund.

    She said in the interview: ‘I now understand why this will be confusing, but I mentioned before I feel that we have a house in Colombia.’ But it is far from the only autobiographical claim that remains contested – especially Salazar’s claim that ‘I was raised by a single mother who did not have a university degree.’

    According to the city and state, Christine Salazar, Julia’s mother, had graduated from graduate school when Julia was eight years old. Since her parents separated when she was six, she had only two years with her mother before Christine graduated from college.

    Christine Salazar said that while there were difficult times, as when her ex-husband was dismissed from work, she also opposed a claim on her daughter’s campaign website that Julia’s job at a grocery store during high school was ‘to help with her expenses. ‘

    ‘ Always worked my children, since they were at the age of 14. I was encouraged because I thought there was a lot of value in that in terms of learning and responsibility, so this was the goal behind having part-time jobs. , She said.

    Salazar also faces questions about her progressive credentials after she was actually revealed A conservative Christian activist on the campus who worked on pro-Israel and life-supporting initiatives.
    In 2012, Salazar appeared on Glenn Beck’s conservative personal program, claiming ‘there may be many Columbia University professors who’ use classrooms as a forum for spreading lies about The State of Israel, the delegitimization of the State of Israel and the dissemination of propaganda to Columbia University students. ‘

    Since then came out against the Jewish state and supported organizations that are campaigning for boycotts and divestments and sanctions against Israel. I found ‘Table’ that she was already born in Miami. She later said she made it clear she was born in Miami. In this article, she also quoted her brother Alex in dispute over her claims that she was Jewish. ‘There was no one in our immediate family who was a Jew … We did not win the Jews,’ he said.
    Since then, her brother and mother have pushed further against her claims, especially her assertion that she was born in the working-class family and that her mother did not have a college degree. In an interview with City and State, Alex Salazar said they were financially comfortable and living in a big house, where her father earns enough to allocate $ 6,000 in total money to each child.

    We were a very middle layer. We had a house in Jupiter along the river and it was in a lovely neighborhood. ‘I feel strongly about my family and I want to tell the truth.’
    He also disputed claims that Salazar had stated that ‘Colombia is where my family was and where I was in the early years of my life.’ He said that while there were a few trips to Colombia to visit the family, they were fully raised in Florida.

    The candidate told City & State that the confusion stems from the expectation of others that all immigration stories fit the same fund.

    She said in the interview: ‘I now understand why this will be confusing, but I mentioned before I feel that we have a house in Colombia.’ But it is far from the only autobiographical claim that remains contested – especially Salazar’s claim that ‘I was raised by a single mother who did not have a university degree.’

    According to the city and state, Christine Salazar, Julia’s mother, had graduated from graduate school when Julia was eight years old. Since her parents separated when she was six, she had only two years with her mother before Christine graduated from college.

    Christine Salazar said that while there were difficult times, just like her former husband

     

     

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