Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is running for President. At one time, it would be unthinkable for a senator from New York to have such an abominable record on Israel. That was yesterday’s Democrat Party. In today’s neo-Nazi Democrat Party, hating Israel is a prerequisite for any Democrat Presidential candidate.
Senator Gillibrand supported the genocidal Iran Nuclear Deal, she condemns Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu for not having a “peace” plan with the Jew-hating Palestinian leadership, she protests with the Jew-hater Linda Sarsour, and she refuses to support anti-BDS legislation. Make no mistake, Kirsten Gillibrand is an anti-Semite. #Jexodus.
“US presidential hopeful Gillibrand has ‘mixed record’ on Israel,” by David Jablinowitz, World Israel News, March 18, 2019
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U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) officially joined the 2020 presidential race on Sunday, issuing an announcement video stating that “we need to remember what it feels like to be brave.”
She accuses President Donald Trump of spreading hate and sets herself apart from the incumbent by telling her potential supporters: “I took your lead; I chose brave, too.”
Gillibrand, 52, has served in the Senate since 2009 and before that was a member of the House of Representatives. She joins an already crowded field of Democratic party hopefuls trying to gain the party nomination and ultimately defeat Trump in November 2020.
Among supporters of Israel, she is seen as someone with a mixed record. She has condemned the prevalent anti-Israel bias at the United Nations, although she has wavered on the issues of Iran and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
In September 2009, Gillibrand released a statement that the “Iranian regime’s word cannot be trusted, and a nuclear Iran cannot be tolerated,” only to support “an imperfect Iran deal” in 2015.
“I have decided to support this deal after closely reading the agreement, participating in multiple classified briefings, questioning Energy Secretary [Ernest] Moniz and other officials, consulting independent arms control experts, and talking with many constituents who both support and oppose this deal,” wrote Gillibrand.
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