House majority leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) went to great lengths in his address to AIPAC last night to reassure the audience that Democrats still support Israel. He also sought to get some distance from the most outspokenly anti-Semitic members of his own caucus “By the way, there are 62 freshmen Democrats. You hear me? 62, not 3. “ More
The record is straight, Stimpy is trying to twist the record into something that does not resemble reality
Methinks he doth protest too much.
Sorry Steny, but that’s your Caucus, Cauc sucker.
Self Delusion, mental illness explained.
Since your childhood, no one cares or knows WTF a Steny is,,,
Yet he keeps for decades being elected.
As PHenry eluded to, a long line of Caucus, Cauc suckers.
Must have the skills.
Stentard Hoyloser belongs in a gimp suit.
He’s a fucking communist, a loser, a traitor, and a democrat.
We know you democrats are closet nazis.
Anon, just him being in a gimp suit put your take on it ahead!
Fucking communist, a loser, a traitor, and a democrat was a little over required than the top.
If I could give more than a point here to you I would.
“Who you gonna believe, me or your lyin’ eyes?” – Steny Hoyer
Hoyer exists to give the traditional working class Democrat base a thread onto which to hang their delusion the party still has anything whatsoever to do with them.
When loyalty oaths are sworn to a foreign country other than the USA, which one will be upheld? Since so many members of the US Congress have been unfaithful to upholding the Constitution, it is pretty clear where their loyalty isn’t.
In just the US Congress there are many Jews, but among them are actually dual US/Israeli citizens. One Senator who definitely is :
Ron Wyden (Dem., Oregon). In out-dated listings available on-line, almost all the dual ones listed are Democrats.
US-Israel Dual Citizens Can Serve in Congress But Not Knesset
[The list given is not current ]
Corporate U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives that are Israel Dual Citizens
The Supreme Court and US-Israel Dual Citizenship
By Renee Parsons
Global Research, March 22, 2019
“While the LA Times editorial “The Problem of Dual Citizenship” asks “How can a person be equally loyal to two countries?” and in citing the Afriyum v Ruskcase, the Times understates its warning that “dual citizenship can present a security issue whether to permit access to classified information..”
Since the days of the Afriyum decision, the potential for betrayal and conflicts of interest have intensified dramatically for Members of Congress and Federal employees and those holding national security clearances given the unparalleled financial and political support that the US provides to Israel. In addition, the 2018 adoption by the Knesset of the Basic Law which establishes that Israel is now specifically a Jewish nation raises First Amendment issues regarding the establishment clause as it prohibits state-sponsored religion.”