During a Democratic Senate retreat in Baltimore on Thursday, President Obama spoke out against further sanctions against Iran.
When Obama reportedly told his fellow Democrats that he “understood the pressures that senators face from donors and others”, it provoked a furious reaction from New Jersey Democratic Senator Robert Menendez who said he took “personal offense” to Obama’s remarks.
Matt Brooks of the Republican Jewish Coalition put out the following statement:
What exactly was President Obama suggesting when he said opposition to his Iran policy is due to “donors”? No one would say opposition to his Russia policy is due to “donors” or his Cuba policy is due to “donors”, or his general foreign policy is due to “donors”. So why did President Obama single out those who seek tougher sanctions on Iran and say their viewpoints are based on “donors”. The threat Iran poses to Israel and the western world is a national security issue. Attributing opposition to his Iran poliy to the views of donors is an inappropriate statement and it underplays the serious threat that Iran represents.
It’s pretty damn clear that when Obama says donors, he means Jews. Why Obama has such contempt for Jews when he is supported by this community in such large numbers makes little sense. But then again hatred knows no rationality.
No doubt much of Obama’s hatred is directed towards Israel and specifically Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Why else would Obama oppose sanctions against like a country like Iran which is intent on destroying the State of Israel?
Good for Bob Menendez for calling out Obama. But it will come at a price. I’m sure Menendez has now eclipsed Netanyahu as numero uno on Obama’s crap list.
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