And they say them everywhere else. I live in a quiet, generally safe, mid-size southwestern town. Our temple needs and pays for police protection. Other temples here do too. We didn’t need to do that some decades ago.
My children have been exposed to anti-Jewish remarks at school. Growing up, I never was – and I grew up in a poorer area. The country has changed. Antisemitism is much more publicly acceptable now.
It’s also true that Muslims and Jews here – and most other places in the US – get along well together. Our communities share concerns and are supportive of each other.
But hatred of Jews (and Muslims) is not limited to some particular segment of society: it’s ubiquitous. Your attitude is outdated: it’s like people insisting that only “lower class” men abuse their wives.
Please recall that you are the one who made Jews an issue in this thread. Why you did so – why you thought it relevant or necessary to do so – eludes me. Why you feel compelled to continue does as well.