BETO O’ROURKE denied on Tuesday that donations from supporters of Israel had influenced his approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and denounced Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in stark terms, saying that Israel’s leader had “openly sided with racists.”
The “new” Democratic Party is not only Progressive and Socialist, they are also decidedly anti-Israel. Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar has made no secret of her hate for the Jewish nation, and many other Socialist Democrats like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have followed suit. Now fake news media darling Beto O’Rourke has stepped up to the plate with many passive aggressive attacks on the Jews , including this overt one on Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“The LORD is righteous: he hath cut asunder the cords of the wicked. Let them all be confounded and turned back that hate Zion. Let them be as the grass upon the housetops, which withereth afore it groweth up:” Psalm 129:4-6 (KJV)
Something a lot of people may not know about Beto O’Rourke is his love of poetry. One of his poems he wrote under the pen name of ‘Psychedelic Warlord‘ talked about his fantasy of running over children with his car. This is what he said:
“As I neared the young ones, I put all my weight on my right foot, keeping the accelerator pedal on the floor until I heard the crashing of the two children on the hood, and then the sharp cry of pain from one of the two. I was so fascinated for a moment, that when after I had stopped my vehicle, I just sat in a daze, sweet visions filling my head,”
This is the person that the “new” Democratic Party is ga-ga for, and I can see why. O’Rourke fantasized about murdering children, and the Democrats are working to make that fantasy a reality. There was a time when people who thought like this were rightly referred to as dangerous psychopaths, now we just call them Democrats.
Beto O’Rourke Slams Benjamin Netanyahu, Saying Israeli Has “Openly Sided With Racists”
FROM THE INTERCEPT: When he was asked about Israel again on Wednesday by a Palestinian-American student at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, O’Rourke repeated his condemnation of Netanyahu as, “someone who has openly sided with racists in that country,” the Washington Post correspondent Dave Weigel reported. The student shared video of O’Rourke’s full response on Facebook, while noting her disappointment that he did not pledge to restore funding to UNRWA, the United Nations agency that supports Palestinians who were expelled from or fled their homes in what is now Israel in 1948, or to “support the free speech rights of Americans who support the BDS movement.”
Last week in Iowa, O’Rourke had offered much the same criticism of Netanyahu for “aligning his party with a blatantly racist party,” in response to a question from another Palestinian-American.
Beto taking the gloves off against Bibi… pic.twitter.com/QJascMyILA
— They call me Mr. Kornbluh 🤡 (@jacobkornbluh) March 20, 2019
O’Rourke’s Senate campaign described him last year as “a proud advocate of Israel,” but he was singled out for criticism by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in 2014, for voting against sending additional aid to Israel during its Gaza offensive that summer. “I could not in good conscience vote for borrowing $225 million more to send to Israel, without debate and without discussion, in the midst of a war that has cost more than a thousand civilian lives already, too many of them children,” O’Rourke explained on Facebook after the vote.
As Connie Bruck reported for The New Yorker that year:
Within hours, O’Rourke was flooded with e-mails, texts, and calls. The next day, the El Paso Times ran a front-page story with the headline “O’ROURKE VOTE DRAWS CRITICISM.” In the story, Stuart Schwartz, who is described as having donated a thousand dollars to O’Rourke’s previous campaign, commented that O’Rourke “chooses to side with the rocket launchers and terror tunnel builders.” A mass e-mail circulated, reading “The Following Is Shameful, El Paso Has an Anti-Israel Congressman. . . . Do Not Reelect Beto O’Rourke.” At the bottom was the address of AIPAC’s Web site.
Stuart Schwartz, an AIPAC activist who had donated to O’Rourke’s 2012 congressional campaign, was among those who denounced his 2014 vote. Schwartz met the Congressman to urge him to support Israel later that year, and again in 2017, when the pro-Israel lobbying group shared a Facebook post from O’Rourke in which he said they had discussed U.S. support for Israel and sanctions on Iran.
Despite pressure from AIPAC, however, O’Rourke has been a steadfast supporter of the Iran nuclear deal negotiated by the Obama Administration. He boycotted Netanyahu’s address to Congress in 2015 in which the Israeli leader made the case against the American president’s diplomacy. In a Medium post explaining his decision to boycott Netanyahu’s speech, O’Rourke said he was committed to “improving the historic bipartisan relationship with Israel and work together against common threats like Iran. But ultimately my commitment is to this country and our interests, and I won’t support any action that will undermine them.”
Later in 2015, after traveling with J Street to Israel and the Israeli occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, O’Rourke told Jewish constituents in El Paso that he had gained a deeper understanding of the conflict. He was particularly struck, he said, by a visit to the Israeli town of Sderot, near the besieged Gaza Strip, where residents had witnessed the bombardment with their own eyes.
Asked if he regretted his vote against the supplemental funding for Israel’s Iron Dome anti-rocket system, O’Rourke said that American aid to Israel deserved scrutiny. “I think our unequivocal support at times has been damaging to Israel,” he said. READ MORE
Beto O’Rourke Attempts To Explain Poetry Fantasizing About Murdering Children
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