A concrete sign has emerged of the Jewish community’s awakening to the realities of the phony “pro-Israel” Democratic Party led by President Obama. A Democratic-sponsored rally at Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park, Pa., was supposed to be a cake walk for the Democratic National Committee and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to spout Obama’s invisible-love-for-Israel line.
Of course, this mantra is a pack of lies, and the Pennsylvania audience knew it, spoke up and let the leaders know they were savvy to this shameful indoctrination. No longer will this powerful but usually-silent group remain that way. It’s time to take off the gloves and tell the Jewish useful idiots that the game of deceit is over. One Holocaust in our lifetime is enough.
Apparently, the actions of the Boca Raton Umbrella Group at Congregation B’nai Torah and Stanley Tate’s confrontation with Wasserman Schultz at Miami’s Temple Israel have caught fire around the country. The ease with which the Democratic Party could pull the switches at synagogues and Jewish fraternal organizations to have them organize rallies for their issues and candidates appears to be at an end.
The Jewish vote in both Florida and Pennsylvania will have a great influence on the outcome of the national elections this November. Wasserman Schultz’s job is to make certain that these and other states have the support of the traditionally Democratic Jewish vote. That’s why she was appointed DNC chair by Obama. But she is striking out. Just mention her name as a speaker at an institution, and protest organizers roll up their sleeves to confront her. The jig is up.
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