American politicians across both parties continue to support Israel’s war crimes.
If there is one thing that everyone in Washington DC seems to agree on regardless of party affiliation, it is that they must fully support war crimes committed by Jews. This includes the so-called “Tea Party” which many White Americans somehow believe represents some sort of legitimate opposition. This is of course a lie, but the pro-Jew, pro-Israel brand of conservative talk radio has been very effective at manipulating these folks.
The bottom line is that these people who continue to support the Jewish crime syndicate of Israel are traitors to America and should be jailed, exiled or executed. It couldn’t be more obvious that the entire political apparatus in Washington DC favors the interests of Jews and Israel over that of Americans.
At this rate, it is actually a surprise that we haven’t seen the Star of David being hung up in the halls of Congress.
The Obama administration and leadership in Congress from both parties publicly supported Israel’s continued operation in Gaza on Thursday, with all parties urging caution while reinforcing that Israel’s military actions, thus far, fall within the country’s right to defend itself against Hamas terrorism.
“I would remind you who is at fault here, and that is Hamas,” State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters on Thursday, facing a series of accusatory questions from a Palestinian journalist for al-Quds TV in Washington.
Israeli military activity— targeting infrastructure and known terrorist operatives, taking practiced precautions to forewarn Palestinian civilians in advance of an air strike— differ fundamentally from Hamas tactics, Psaki continued: “indiscriminately” firing projectiles, without precision, in the general direction of populated civilian areas.
Congress, too, asserted on Thursday that Hamas’ actions constitute “unprovoked” terrorism, and not a right of Palestinians to defend themselves.
“There is no moral equivalency between the self-defense actions of Israel and the barbaric actions of Hamas,” Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), said on Thursday. Along with Robert Menendez (D-New Jersey), Kelly Ayotte (R-New Hampshire) and Chuck Schumer (D-New York), Graham is now proposing a resolution that would “reaffirm the United States’ support for Israel’s right to defend its citizens” and “ensure the survival” of the Israeli state.