Beto O’Rourke is a leading Democrat candidate for President…
He’s already raised over $70 million and is in the top 4 or 5 in the polls to become the Democrat nominee for president in 2020.
Shockingly, he has decided to position himself as anti-Semitic … anti-Jewish…
Here’s what he said at a recent campaign appearance in Iowa:
- “The U.S.-Israel relationship is one of the most important relationships that we have on the planet.”
- “that relationship … must transcend partisanship in the United States…”
- “… it must be able to transcend a prime minister who is a racist…”
- “We must be able to transcend his current leadership to make sure that the alliance is strong, that we continue to push for and settle for nothing less than a two-state solution, because that is the best opportunity for peace for the people of Israel and the people of Palestine.”
Beto O’Rourke needs to review Middle East history.
First, Benjamin Netanyahu is NOT racist as O’Rourke claims. He has repeatedly offered to negotiate with the Palestinians for a two-state solution, but they refuse to come to the negotiating table in good faith and without pre-conditions imposed on Israel.
The Palestinians want the UN to impose a two-state “solution” on Israel without the Israelis having any voice in the matter…
And they want the nation of Israel wiped off the map. They have said this. But O’Rourke and other leading Democrats running for president ignore their stated goals.
Listen to Beto O’Rourke’s attack on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu here (1 minute).
Incidentally, O’Rourke’s policies are the same anti-Israel policies of former President Obama … which allowed conflict, hatred and violence to increase.
The new policies of President Trump:
- Recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
- Moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem
- Recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights
- Withholding money and support from the UN’s anti-Semitic policies
all have created more stability and greater peace in the Middle East.
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