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'''Max Berger'''  works at [[Justice Democrats]], was a co-founder of [[AllOfUs]], was on the original core team of [[Momentum]] and was a leading participant in [[Occupy Wall Street]].<ref>[https://www.momentumcommunity.org/trainers/]</ref>
 
'''Max Berger'''  works at [[Justice Democrats]], was a co-founder of [[AllOfUs]], was on the original core team of [[Momentum]] and was a leading participant in [[Occupy Wall Street]].<ref>[https://www.momentumcommunity.org/trainers/]</ref>

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Max Berger


Max Berger works at Justice Democrats, was a co-founder of AllOfUs, was on the original core team of Momentum and was a leading participant in Occupy Wall Street.[1]

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A staffer for Democrat Elizabeth Warren's 2020 presidential campaign has come under scrutiny for a recently deleted tweet stating he "would totally be friends with Hamas."

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The staffer, Max Berger, is a veteran anti-Israel activist who has come under fire in the past for disseminating misleading and false propaganda against the Jewish state. His now-deleted 2013 tweet expressing sympathy for Hamas reemerged on the social networking site over the weekend and has prompted calls for the Warren campaign to distance itself from Berger.

Berger, who identifies himself as a Justice Democrat, is no stranger to controversy when it comes to Israel. He is the cofounder of the far left group IfNotNow, alongside Simone Zimmerman, the infamous Bernie Sanders Jewish outreach director forced to resign over an expletive-laden Facebook post condemning Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. IfNotNow routinely criticizes Israel and accuses it of crimes in the Palestinian territories.[2]

Socialist Majority Caucus

DSA's Socialist Majority Caucus signatories list as of April 25 2019 included Max Berger of New York City Democratic Socialists of America.

The Nation Forum

Circa June 2014, The Nation invited leading activists from across the progressive movement to talk about how we can build power to effect real change, not simply fend off reactionary assaults.

Participants in PROGRESSIVE STRATEGIES IN A POPULIST MOMENT included;[3]

Ear to the Ground Project

Ear to the Ground Project;

We would like to express our deep respect and appreciation for everyone who took the time to talk with us, and the organizations that generously hosted us during our travels. Interviews were confidential, but the following people have agreed to have their names listed for this publication:

Most of those listed were connected to Freedom Road Socialist Organization.

Max Berger was among those on the list. [4]

Momentum founders

Momentum founders were;

Momentum trainers

Momentum trainers, as of April 2, 2018 included Max Berger;[6]

Co-founders

We Will Replace You c0-founders included:

References