The vile anti-Jewish J Street is being shunned by K street, Congress, and anyone with an ounce of basic human decency. Only Obama sanctioned this stain on humanity. Another revolting notch in the belt of the enemy in the White House. Daniel F sent this:
Soros's vanity production, J Street. The Weekly Standard has the latest tally of politicians who
no longer want their names associated with the ersatz outfit's "conference"
being held next week. The list is growing. And the JPost reports that Israel's Ambassador to
Washington, Michael Oren, has declined J Street's invitation too, citing
concerns that "certain policies of the organization…may impair the interests
street cred Obama bestowed on the sham leftwing group at his meeting with Jewish
leaders in July. Recall, as punishment for questioning his Israel
policies, Obama excluded the venerable (and conservative) Zionist Organization
of America to make room for his benefactor Soros.
The list of senators and representatives that have withdrawn their names from
the host committee now stands at eleven, including both Democratic and
Republican members. J Street has also cancelled a panel, rescinding invitations
to three speakers whose "use and abuse of Holocaust imagery," first noted on this blog, was deemed potentially "offensive to some
conference participants" by J Street director Jeremy Ben-Ami. How many more
people will bail on this "pro-Israel" conference before it starts on Sunday?
The full list of members who've pulled their support from J Street:
Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-AR)
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)
Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS)
Rep. Mike Castle (R-DE)
Mike Ross (D-AR)
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX)
Rep. Leonard Boswell
Rep. John Salazar (D-CO)
Rep. Ed Towns (D-NY)
Rep. Howard Coble
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