You're right. Those white racist Republicans are totally one-sided. I'm glad you see that.
About 25 years ago, Jesse Jackson got into deep trouble with the Jews because he told a private joke to a friend in which he referred to New York City as "Hymietown" -- and that private joke was overheard by the world.
Jackson was instantly labeled an Anti-Semite by everyone.
However, some years later, at the request of the government of Israel, Jackson went on a personal mission to Libya (or one of the other Arab countries he was friendly with) to negotiate for the release of an Israeli prisoner that Arab country was holding. I believe Jackson's mission was successful, and the Israeli was freed and returned to Israel.
No real anti-Semite would ever have undertaken such a mission -- to free a Jew.
Farrakhan has done a lot of good for the black community, and he is highly regarded by many blacks. But as far as I know, Farrakhan is still an unrepentant anti-Semite. I don't know of any good deed he has ever done for the Jews, or any good word he he's had to say about Jews.
So, I think there is a big difference between Jackson and Farrakhan, when it comes to the Jews. I don't think blacks should have such high esteem for Farrakhan as long as he remains a virulent anti-Semite. Obama was quite right to denounce Farrakhan.