Leaders in Wisconsin are condemning the deadly mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
Yesterday, authorities said eleven people died and six were wounded when a gunman stormed Shabbat service at the Tree of Life synagogue. Two Milwaukee Jewish leaders decried anti-semitism across the nation and violent rhetoric coming from political leaders. E
lana Kahn, the director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, said Americans need to ask more of their leaders, and said our leaders are using violent language. Rabbi Jacob Herber, a consultant in Mikwaukee, echoed what Kahn said. He said people like the synagogue shooter act out based on what they hear leaders say.