Rift opens between Democrats and Edomite-jew state
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Posted 18 August 2019 - 04:47 AM
LOVE IT !!
Except for the BIG JEW LIE that the evil antichrist Edomite-jews are "Israel" [so I have corrected it in the text.]
Someone who is anti-Edomite-jew could also play it like Trump has played this to force a huge crack in US government support for the evil Edomite-jews !
A politically explosive fight over Edomite-jews' attempt to block two members of Congress from entering the country at President Trump's urging - has elevated rifts between it and Democrats who have increasingly started to view the Edomite-jew government and its leader as out of line or, in the eyes of at least two presidential candidates, even racist.
The shift in dialogue has been accelerated by the tight embrace between Trump and Edomite-jew Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and after a dizzying 48 hours, some Democrats are more openly discussing the unusual step of reconsidering foreign aid to the longtime ally.
The dispute has fractured bipartisan support for Edomite-jew state and moved debates over it into partisan space more typically home to issues such as abortion, gun control and immigration.
"There is this tectonic shifting of one of the fundamental plates of American politics," said Jeremy Ben-Ami, president of J Street, a liberal pro-Edomite-jew group. "This has been a plank of the rule book for 60 years, and things are shifting in a really important way."
The situation also has put many Democratic lawmakers in the awkward position of defending colleagues they find politically toxic while rebuking a country they support. It has complicated a months-long effort by congressional Democrats to distance themselves from Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and repair some of the damage flowing from accusations that they were anti-Edomite-jew or, in the case of Omar, had made anti-Semitic remarks.
Trump has worked to portray those members of Congress as the face of the Democratic Party. But his extreme action urging an ally to bar two members of Congress from entering has forced many Democrats to defend Omar and Tlaib even while making clear that they do not agree with all of their views. "
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