Senator Bernie Sanders predictably came down hard on Israel for defending itself against Hamas terrorists on Friday. He tweeted: “The killing of Palestinian demonstrators by Israeli forces in Gaza is tragic. It is the right of all people to protest for a better future without a violent response.”
On CNN, while appearing on the Jake Tapper show, Sanders called the Hamas protest a “non-violent protest.” Really? Does Senator Sanders actually think that the Hamas-organized protest was some kind of peaceful gathering? He went on to tell Jake Tapper that he does not accept the Israeli government’s explanation for their actions during these violent demonstrations. Of course he doesn’t. Sanders has been a long-time critic of Israel, and has a deep-seated bias against the Jewish state. Sanders is a total ignoramus about the Middle East and Islamic terrorism as a whole. Senator Sanders is also a disciple of Israel-hater Noam Chomsky, and has extensive associations with rabid Israel-haters including Linda Sarsour and Rep. Keith Ellison.
In his interview with Jake Tapper, Senator Sanders lied about the demonstrations being “non-violent.” Hamas and other “Palestinians” encouraged 30,000 people in Gaza to join the violent demonstrations by attacking Israeli soldiers with guns, rockets, and firebombs. “Palestinian” protestors were also chanting “Kill the Jews.” The protestors from Gaza even used a 7-year-old child as a human shield in an attempt to infiltrate Israel. None of these events were condemned by Senator Sanders. Senator Sanders went on to complain about the 15 “Palestinians” who were killed by Israeli soldiers, but failed to mention that at least 10 of those who were killed were members of “Palestinian” terror groups including Hamas.
It has become clear that Senator Bernie Sanders is an anti-Semite. It is also clear that Senator Sanders (and others like him) should never come anywhere near the Oval Office.
“Bernie Sanders calls the killing of Palestinian demonstrators ‘tragic,’” Times of Israel, April 1, 2018:
Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders criticized Israel’s use of force on the border with Gaza in a tweet, saying that the killing was “tragic.”
“The killing of Palestinian demonstrators by Israeli forces in Gaza is tragic. It is the right of all people to protest for a better future without a violent response,” Sanders, tweeted on Saturday. The tweet garnered 26,000 likes.
Sanders was a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016 and the first Jewish presidential candidate to win nominating contests in a major party
He also tweeted: “Meanwhile, the situation in Gaza remains a humanitarian disaster. The US must play a more positive role in ending the Gaza blockade and helping Palestinians and Israelis build a future that works for all.”
On Friday, some 30,000 Palestinians took part in demonstrations along the Gaza border, during which rioters threw rocks and firebombs at Israeli troops on the other side of the fence, burned tires and scrap wood, sought to breach and damage the security fence, and, in at least one case, opened fire at Israeli soldiers….
Video of protestors chanting “Kill the Jews”
"Kill the Jews " is being chanted.Not not kill the Israelis.So we see what their real plans are.
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