Rep. Ritchie Torres (D‑NY) said he “mistakenly” voted against a House resolution condemning support for Hamas on college campuses, which overwhelmingly passed the lower chamber of Congress on Thursday.
The resolution passed 396–23, with 22 Democrats and one Republican voting against the bill. Torres, who has been vocal in his support for Israel, issued a statement shortly after the vote saying he submitted a “correction for the record” and that he has “no use for pro-Hamas protestors.”
HALEY SEEKS TO NEUTRALIZE DESANTIS HOME-FIELD ADVANTAGE AT THIRD GOP DEBATE
On the House floor, I mistakenly voted against a resolution condemning campus antisemitism. As a visible and vocal advocate against antisemitism on college campuses, especially in the wake of October 7th, I have submitted a …