March 2, 2019
These kikes are really, really upset that the Somalian lady said that AIPAC exists and that it is a lobbying group for a foreign government.
They are running this story indefinitely, I guess until she resigns.
The biggest problem is that all she said was that the organization exists, and everyone is kind of aware that it exists. They are claiming that it is a trope to say that it exists, but no one knows what that means.
The chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee called Friday for freshman Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar to apologize after insinuating that pro-Israel groups are pushing “allegiance to a foreign country.”
Chairman Rep. Eliot Engel’s demand comes after a bookstore event Wednesday where Omar argued that critics labeling her as an anti-Semite looked to silence a necessary conversation.
Yes, Eliot Engel is a Jew.
Of course he’s a Jew.
His argument is that as a Jew that supports Israel, he should be protected from people saying that Jews support Israel and lobby for American money and war resources to be transferred to Israel.
“I want to talk about the political influence in this country that says it is OK for people to push for allegiance to a foreign country,” Omar said, according to The New York Times.
In a fiery statement Friday night, Engel, a New York Democrat, took Omar to task for yet another controversial comment over the political influence of pro-Israel groups on politicians.
“I welcome debate in Congress based on the merits of policy, but it’s unacceptable and deeply offensive to call into question the loyalty of fellow American citizens because of their political views, including support for the US-Israel relationship,” Engel said in the statement. “We all take the same oath. Worse, Representative Omar’s comments leveled that charge by invoking a vile anti-Semitic slur.“
The question is: why would someone support the US transferring wealth to Israel, and going to fight wars for Israel, unless they are a shill for Israel?
I’m not even aware of a theoretical line of reasoning for this, beyond some insane Evangelical Christian agenda to bring about a world war that creates the apocalypse in order to fulfill a Biblical prophecy that results in them being sucked up into Heaven by Space Jesus.
Jews are not Evangelical Christians, and in fact hate Jesus and Christianity, so that can’t be their reason for supporting Israel.
The arguments for how Israel is an ally because it’s a Democracy or that it is somehow a beneficial military ally are not actually even arguments and no one takes those things seriously. This country is costing American taxpayers billions and billions of dollars, and it is getting us involved in all of these wars that have nothing to do with our country.
It is an extreme liability.
The obvious, in-your-face explanation for why Jews support Israel is that they are Jewish and Israel is the home country of the Jews.
This is self explanatory.
Putting the burden of proof on the people who are like “hey, why are all these Jews lobbying to transfer billions of dollars to the Jewish country?” is lunacy.
The obvious explanation for why Jews are lobbying for the US to support Israel is that they’re Jewish. And so the burden of proof should be on the Jewish shills to explain some other reason why it is that they are sending all of this American taxpayer money to Israel. Also, the Jews using AIPAC to lobby for wars – such as the war against Syria – need to explain why they are doing that, if not to benefit Israel.
Jews are totally free to come up with an alternate explanation for why they’re doing this, but they’re not even attempting to do so. Instead they’re claiming that goyim who mention the fact that a Jewish organization exists in America to lobby for the interests of Israel are haters who must be silenced.
Shifting the burden of proof onto the people pointing out that Jews are doing this is an anti-goyim canard.