Freshman U.S. Rep. Yadira Caraveo is under fire by Republicans for being violent with her silence and refusing to “stand by Israel as her alma mater, University of Colorado – Denver, blows up with antisemitic protests.”

“Yadira Caraveo is not a fighter for Colorado, she is a scared politician who is too afraid of the extreme left to speak up against antisemitism,” said, Delanie Bomar, spokeswoman for the National Republican Congressional Committee.

A report this week says terrorist sympathizers are creating chaos and intimidating Jews and all students at campuses across the U.S.

From TownHall.Com:

Late last month, students at the University of Colorado made demands against Israel, including that the university put out a statement “condemning the genocidal actions of Israel” and that they financially divest from Israel. Rep. Yadira Caraveo (CO-08), who is in a “Toss-Up” race, has failed to address the anti-Israel protests.

If Caraveo can’t stand up to radicals holding her alma mater hostage, how can voters trust her to stand up for them? Bomar asked.

Good question.

Peak Politics looked at the alma maters of Colorado’s Democrat congressional delegation, and the lot of them attended universities and colleges that have been top targets of professional protestors.

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet attended Yale and Wesleyan University. U,.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper also graduated from Wesleyan.

U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette attended both New York University and Colorado College.

Congressman Joe Neguse who represents the Boulder area graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder.

And Jason Crow when to the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

On the Republican side, Doug Lamborn attended the University of Kansas where a protest lasted two days before “students apparently turned their attention to immediate challenges of final examinations,” reports the Kansas Reflector.

U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert did not attend college, and has not been shy in her criticism of the pro protest protestors.