March 11, 2019
Does this quote from Pelosi sound like a declaration of "allegiance" to you? pic.twitter.com/UGF3FZk2eO
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) March 5, 2019
At an Israeli event in Florida with Jewish Senator Chuck Schumer and Jewish billionaire Haim Saban last December, Nancy Pelosi declared:
I have said to people when they ask me, if this capitol crumbles to the ground, the one thing that will remain is our commitment to our aid – and I don’t even call it aid, our cooperation – with Israel. That’s fundamental to who we are.
Some people will say this sounds like a pledge of allegiance.
However, it is really just her saying that she really appreciates all of the things Israel does for America.
Just think of all of these important things that Israel does for us.
It’s too many to even count.
For starters, they’re the only democracy in the Middle East. And one of the most important things for America is that there is a democracy in the Middle East. Just imagine what would happen if there was no democracy in the Middle East?
For another thing, they’re our greatest ally. If we lost our greatest ally, then what?
So really, when Nancy Pelosi talks about how if Washington, DC was destroyed in some kind of a war or other catastrophe, our number one priority would be figuring out how to send money to Israel, she is really just talking about a practical matter.
Also, it is really the fault of Christians that Jews are using the American government to send billions upon billions of dollars to Israel. After all, the real Israeli lobby is all Christians. Even if it is actually all Jews doing it, it is somehow the fault of Christians who watch John Hagee.
The important thing to remember is that there is a way to criticize Israel’s relationship to the United States, but the way to do that is not to say that the Israeli lobby exists. You have to start from a position where you don’t say it exists.