The left is increasingly open in its antisemitism and acceptance of the age-old neo-Nazi meme that Israel and the Jews control U.S. foreign policy. That’s essentially what MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle is saying here: Sheldon Adelson says “Jump,” and Trump says “How high?” That must be it: shadowy control by rich Jews. The possibility that the Iran nuclear deal was a disaster that empowered a rogue regime doesn’t ever enter their minds at MSNBC. Barack Obama said it was a good deal, so Stephanie Ruhle thinks it must be. Trump dislikes it, so Ruhle loves it. That’s MSNBC. That’s the establishment media.
“MSNBC’s Ruhle Suggests Trump ‘Blew Up’ Iran Deal to ‘Please’ Wealthy Israel Supporter,” by Andrew Kugle, Washington Free Beacon, May 10, 2018 (thanks to Todd):
MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle suggested on Thursday that President Donald Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal to “please” wealthy Republican donor and avid Israel supporter Sheldon Adelson.
“He only blew up the Iran deal because that came from Obama,” Sirius radio host Mark Thompson said.
“I don’t know, he only blew up the Iran deal, maybe to please Sheldon Adelson,” Ruhle suggested.
Ruhle’s comments came during a MSNBC panel that was often critical of the president and his administration. Throughout the discussion, members of the panel claimed Trump treats matters of national security as a “reality show,” he nominated a “torturer-in-chief” to be the CIA director, and he instigated military action between Iran and Israel.
Foreign affairs analyst Bobby Gosh [sic] said not to understate the significance of two meetings that have occurred between Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, especially after the release of three Americans help captive in North Korea.
“The way I see it, he released these people after the meetings. Two meetings with Pompeo. This has never happened before. Let’s not understate the importance of the two visits Pompeo made,” Gosh [sic] said. “He, as serving director of the CIA and the serving secretary of state of the United States, has gone to Pyongyang and shaken hands with Kim Jong-Un. Never happened before.”
Madeline Albright, secretary of state under President Bill Clinton, did meet with Kim Jong Un’s father, Kim Jong Il, back in 2000. However, discussions deteriorated in the subsequent years.
Ruhle called the Trump administration’s actions a “huge win” for the North Korean leader but acknowledged the Americans would not have been released without Pompeo’s meetings.
“This is a huge win for Kim Jong-Un to say ‘here I am on the world stage mano a mano with the United States,'” Ruhle said. “If Pompeo had not had those meetings, we wouldn’t have these three Americans home.”
Thompson called Trump and Kim “two crazy leaders” who are using each other.
“These are two crazy leaders using each other for legitimacy. Kim Jong Un is seeing his own legitimacy. Trump is also trying to cover up from all of his other scandals,” Thompson said. “There is no good faith in us thinking Trump is some peacemaker.”…
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