If anyone asks you what evidence you have that there is a G-d, merely reply: Bibi won.
The NY Times now even admits that Netanyahu “soundly beat” his rivals. It’s practically a funeral over on Eighth Avenue. Their pain is turning to anger and they are attacking Netanyahu, predicting his failure even as he wins such a victory. They are practically spitting blood. Haters gonna hate.
NYT: To bridge the gap, Mr. Netanyahu embarked on a last-minute scorched-earth campaign, promising that no Palestinian state would be established as long as he remained in office and insulting Arab citizens.
Just days ago, Bibi was losing. Hours ago, it was a tie. Now it’s a landslide for Bibi. The force of the Obama machine, a disgusting American taxpayer-funded Obama in-country operation called V15, millions from BDS supporting Jews like Alisa Doctoroff and Carole Zabar, a massive left-wing campaign here in America and in Israel, dirty politics, dirty pool, voter fraud, and the people of Israel have spoken. It’s huge — Americans succumbed to the Obama machine and his propagandists in the media, not once, but twice.
Obama lost. I worry how the vindictive Jew-hater in the White House will punish the tiny Jewish state. But that for another day. This is joyous — enormously great.
“Netanyahu wakes up to shock election victory,” Ynet News, March 17, 2015
With 99 percent of the ballots boxes counted, Likud opens five seat lead over Zionist Union with 29 mandates, Joint Arab List retains third place; Lieberman, who was polling at the electoral threshold, surprises with 6.
By Yaron Druckman, YNet News, March 18, 2015
While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had been trailing his Zionist Union opponent in the polls leading up to the elections, the real-time results on Wednesday morning show the Likud leader enjoying a major advantage over the left-wing’s Isaac Herzog.
The exit polls conducted by three major Israeli television channels showed a slender Likud lead over its rival, with a one seat margin of victory, while the partial returns counted by 6 am have Netanyahu with a five seat lead on the Zionist Union, at 29 and 24.
Netanyahu (Photo: Reuters)
A count of 99 percent of the ballot boxes had Likud with 29 seats and Zionist Union with 24. The Joint Arab List placed third behind the two major parties with 14 seats ahead of Yesh Atid’s 11 seats.
Moshe Kahlon, lauded as this election cycle’s kingmaker, received 10 seats in the count, with Bayit Yehudi maintaining its eight seats, Yisrael Beytenu with six seats, United Torah Judaism and Shas at 7, Meretz dropping to 4.
Eli Yishai’s Yachad did not pass the election threshold of 3.25 percent.
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