The old shibboleth persists, Jews have the purchasing power to buy elections, buy politicians and buy public opinion. Last but not least, they can’t sway public opinion anymore than those without money. Except for The New York Times, which by the way rarely supports Israel, the major media companies such as the Washington Post, CBS, CNN, ABC, are on the whole anti Israel and in most cases seldom get into the fray.
Well, you see how November 8, 2016 went, Hillary got gobsmacked on election night. The word around town is that George Soros poured $50 million or there abouts into her campaign. That was money down the drain. Buying elections is a figment of the imagination; the loser, in most cases, blames their loss on money. This is another falsehood, money might give you exposure, but appearance, strategy, management, character, message and like-ability are the differences that a voter makes on who they will pull the lever for.
This bring us to none other Bernie Sanders, who by the way is of the Jewish persuasion. To manifest his independence he has hooked up with Ilhan Omar; an anti Israel and Jew hater provocateur. This has given her some currency in the Jewish community. However, those are the people who looked the other way when Hitler ascended to the chancellorship should see the Democrat left ultimate design.
At a Minnesota rally at which she endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., for the Democratic presidential nomination, Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., proclaimed that the socialist senator from Vermont would end “Western imperialism.”
Despite the bevy of public statements showcasing Omar’s deep-rooted anti-American sentiment, Democrats still refuse to disavow the first-term congresswoman. In fact, they consistently rally to her defense.
Omar boasts the support of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and other prominent members of the party, who even went so far as to neuter a House resolution that was meant to condemn Omar’s anti-Semitic comments.
Democrats haven’t even tried to remove Omar from the House Committee on Foreign Affairs — the powerful committee that guides American foreign policy — despite her disparaging attitude toward our own country as well as many of our closest allies.
Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar drew sharp criticism for a message she shared on Twitter in response to the news that businessman Leon Cooperman plans to support billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s potential run for president.
“I wonder why?” Omar tweeted Saturday in response to the news along with a “thinking” emoji.
I wonder why? https://twitter.com/cnbc/status/1192843028974755841 …CNBC ✔ @CNBC Leon Cooperman says he will support fellow billionaire Mike Bloomberg for president https://cnb.cx/32uFwnk
Her response caused many to assert that she linked Cooperman to Bloomberg because both men are Jewish. Omar, a Muslim, has been under fire several times since being elected to Congress for making remarks considered by many to be anti-Semitic, including a February tweet in which she suggested lawmakers supported Israel only for the money.
“It’s all about the Benjamins baby,” she said of congressional support for Israel.
Among many others, former tennis star Martina Navratilova, who supports President Trump, condemned Omar’s comment, writing, “This is a wrong thing to say Congresswoman…”
VOTING DEMOCRAT IS AKIN TO VOTING FOR THE National Socialist German Workers’ Party (aks NAZI)