Recently Elizabeth Warren came out hard against Israel, after it was revealed that her campaign is employing a Hamas apologist. Now we can understand why. Warren’s main financier is billionaire Paul Egerman. Paul Egerman is an advisory council member to the anti-Israel hate-group J-Street. #Jexodus!
Elizabeth Warren takes aim at the pro-Israel community?
Warren hired a controversial new campaign staff member who had tweeted, ‘I would totally be friends with Hamas.’
By Sara Rubenstein, Israel National News, July 13, 2019:
Presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) appears ready to continue a dangerous new precedent in politics – the explicit targeting of political rivals through the Department of Justice under the guise of government transparency. Her latest actions target major Republican donor Elliott Broidy.
“I called for an investigation into Elliott Broidy’s actions surrounding President Trump’s inauguration last year. Now a real investigation is happening. This is exactly why I’m fighting to end corruption in Washington,” Warren tweeted Monday.
Red State points out that Mr. Broidy has not been charged, let alone convicted, of any crime related to the democratic senator’s allegations. Moreover, Broidy, an American citizen who is actively engaged in foreign policy, is a staunch supporter of the state of Israel. It seems that Warren, on the other hand, has become a staunch advocate for policies that harm Israel.
It appears that Broidy and Sen. Warren’s most influential backer, democratic mega-donor Paul Egerman and are at great odds over Israel policy. Egerman, who is also the senator’s 2020 campaign treasurer, is an advisory council member to the controversial left wing group J Street, which claims to be “pro-Israel, pro-Peace,” yet the group provided cover for the Obama Administration’s agenda, considered by many as anti-Israel.
BREAKING: Our members in New Hampshire just asked @ewarren if she would commit to pressuring the Israel to stop their 52 year military Occupation over the Palestinian people.
She said YES. pic.twitter.com/8GLhNMQ2gf
— IfNotNow🔥 (@IfNotNowOrg) July 8, 2019
- J Street U co-sponsors events with anti-Semitic groups such as Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP).
- The group brings anti-Israel speakers to campus to spread lies about Israel.
- It draws a moral equivalence between Israel and Hamas by placing the blame equally on “both sides.” It does this despite the fact that Israel is a liberal democracy fighting a terrorist group that uses Palestinian-Arabs as human shields and has the genocide of the Jewish people as a stated goal in its charter. Hamas has also launched nearly 20,000 rockets and mortars at Israeli Jewish and Arab civilians since 2001.
- J Street U calls the Palestinian Authority (PA) a legitimate peace partner. It does this despite the fact that PA leaders use their media outlets, schools, and mosques to teach their people that Israel must be destroyed and that Jews should be killed. J Street U spreads this message despite the fact that PA leaders glorify terrorism and name schools and summer camps after the terrorists that have killed the most Jews.
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