Jewish Members

of the

117th Congress (2021-2023)



National Socialist News Service




As with Biden’s cabinet and the Supreme Court, Jews are greatly overrepresented in the 117th Congress, which will sit from 2021  through 2023. Although Jews claim that they make up only about two percent of the U.S. population, nearly seven percent of the 117th Congress is Jewish.


There are 38 Jews among the total of 535 lawmakers. In the Senate, the 10 Jewish members comprise a full 10 percent of that body; 28 Jews comprise five percent of the House.


Jews in the Senate

(9 Democrats, 1 Independent Marxist)




Michael Bennet (CO)

Richard Blumenthal (CT)

Benjamin Cardin (MD)

Dianne Feinstein (CA)

Jon Ossoff (GA)

Jacky Rosen (NV)

Brian Schatz (HI)

Charles Schumer (NY)

Ron Wyden (OR)


Independent Marxist


Bernard Sanders (VT)


Jews in the House of Representatives

(26 Democrats, 2 Republicans)




Jake Auchincloss (MA)

Suzanne Bonamici (OR) (Raised Christian but now practices Judaism with her Jewish husband, Michael Simon)

David Cicilline (RI)

Stephen Cohen (TN)

Ted Deutch (FL)

Lois Frankel (FL)

Josh Gottheimer (NJ)

Sara Jacobs (CA)

Andy Levin (MI)

Mike Levin (CA)

Alan Lowenthal (CA)

Elaine Luria (VA)

Jerrold Nadler (NY)

Kathy Manning (NC)

Dean Phillips (MN)

Jamie Raskin (MD)

Jan Schakowsky (IL)

Adam Schiff (CA)

Kim Schrier (WA)

Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL)

Brad Sherman (CA)

Brad Schneider (IL)

Elissa Slotkin (MI)

Susan Wild (PA)




David Kutsoff (TN)

Lee Zeldin (NY)


Thus, we have such grotesque situations as in Tennessee: Although the state is only 0.3% Jewish (21,000 Jews out of a total population of 6,944,260), over 22 percent of its representatives are Jewish. This is what democracy means in 2021 America.


Note: This is a companion post to: “Jews in the Biden Regime” (