For the last time - we are talking persecution in the US - not Nazi Germany, Iraq or Eastern Europe.Makes perfect sense to anyone with any reading comprehension ability...
Again, please explain why it should matter where one's grandparent or great grandparent were persecuted.
You seem to think it matters so much that certain folks ancestors were persecuted here, long before they were even born, such as to justify large segments of their community being completely unproductive members of society.
When I mention that Jews were treated much worse and subject to genocide, you say oh, that doesn't matter because that didn't happen here, notwithstanding the fact that many who survived the holocaust immigrated here afterwards. Why should it matter so much where one's ancestors were mistreated? You seem to think where the persecution happened is soooo important, but haven't even bothered to explain why this is the case.
Stop trying to cram a completely different subject into a thread that has nothing to do with the Jews being persecuted and mistreated in Germany. All Jewish immigrants were welcomed into this country. Were some persecuted by hate groups in the US? Sure...as were Italians, Polish, Germans, Japanese, Chinese, etc.- with an emphasis on Blacks.