Some people, yes. Not me, despite your suspicion/allegation.
Look, the guy spied against us. My preference is that ANYone guilty of that, NO MATTER what country they spy for, be executed. That'll cut down on spying, for sure. HOWEVER, here we have very disparate treatment, based largely on a letter from Weinberger - who was long known as being distinctly UNfriendly to Jews and Israel, despite (and maybe because of) his family history), all of which is based on a damage analysis by one of the worst of the Soviet spies, Aldrich Ames.
You tell me why. I merely put antisemitism out as a possibility. Just because the charge is spurious many times (and possibly here) doesn't mean it ALWAYS is so - just like the accusations that some State Department employees were Communists in the 1940s and '50s. An open mind is open to ALL possibilities - is yours?