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Their Blatant Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds

The other day one of the most loathsome Senators in the U.S., Democrat Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, suggested that it was time for Israel to hold elections and select a leader other than Benjamin Netanyahu. Bibi pitched a fit, how dare Schumer comment on Israeli elections!

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told CNN on Sunday that U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s speech in which he urged new elections in Israel was “totally inappropriate.”

In a speech on the Senate floor on Thursday, Schumer, a longtime supporter of Israel and the highest-ranking Jewish U.S. elected official, called for new elections in Israel and said Netanyahu was an obstacle to peace.

“I think what he said is totally inappropriate. It’s inappropriate to go to a sister democracy and try to replace the elected leadership there,” Netanyahu said in the CNN interview.

I am no fan of Schumer but he is a Jew after all and as such it seems perfectly reasonable for an American Jew to comment on the affairs of a Jewish ethnostate that is funded by the U.S. to the tune of billions per year. Of course Republicucks scrambled to condemn Schumer for questioning The Glorious Leader of Our Greatest Ally…

Republican congressman Michael McCaul, who leads the House of Representatives Foreign Relations Committee, criticized Schumer’s Thursday speech on Netanyahu.

“You don’t talk about toppling a government in a democracy,” McCaul told Fox News Sunday, calling Schumer’s remarks “very inappropriate” and “embarrassing.”

Toppling a foreign government by suggesting that they….hold elections? Even by Republican standards this Michael McCaul guy sounds stupid.


AIPAC, the “American Israel Public Affairs Committee”, is a lobbying outfit that lobbies American politicians on behalf of Israel. For any that missed it, Israel is a foreign nation but AIPAC openly advocates for the interests of that foreign nation.

AIPAC is expected to spend $100 million across its political entities in 2024, taking aim at candidates they deem insufficiently supportive of Israel, according to three people with direct knowledge of the figure, who were granted anonymity to discuss private meetings.

The strategy has taken on new urgency this election season from donors animated by the Israel-Hamas war. AIPAC’s biggest targets are members of the so-called Squad of progressive House Democrats who have been openly pressuring the administration to call for a cease-fire. But AIPAC’s ambitions are broader. United Democracy Project, the group’s super PAC, is monitoring 15 to 20 House races and polling in many of those districts, according to a person directly familiar with UDP’s strategy and granted anonymity to discuss the approach.

“They’ll have so much money, wherever there’s an opportunity, they will take it,” said one Democratic donor adviser who is involved in the effort and was granted anonymity to speak candidly about the organization’s plans.

AIPAC has never been shy about flexing their muscles and if anything has become bolder in recent years. A little deeper in the Politico article is this little gem…

So far this cycle, AIPAC has bundled at least $19 million for House and Senate campaigns, according to a POLITICO analysis of campaign finance filings. Top recipients include high-ranking members such as House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries of New York and Democratic Caucus Chair Pete Aguilar of California, as well as stalwart Israel supporters such as Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Mike McCaul (R-Texas).

Ah Michael McCaul again. Looks like AIPAC is getting what they paid for as McCaul dutifully attacks Chuck Schumer for suggesting that a democracy hold elections.

AIPAC is absolutely trying to influence and manipulate our political system, funding slavishly pro-Israel politicians and going after politicians They deem to be insufficiently obsequious toward Israel. It is blatant and ought to be illegal but because it is on behalf of Israel, no one is supposed to talk about it. AIPAC doesn’t care about “conservatism”, They fund Democrats and Republican alike. They don’t care about what is good for America and the American people. All They care about is what is best for Israel, at least in the eyes of the hardline Zionist Likud-type of Jews like Benjamin Netanyahu.

If you are keeping score at home:

An American Jew suggesting that Israel hold elections and maybe consider new leadership is blatant interference in the affairs of a sovereign nation.

An Israeli lobbying group spending $100,000,000 to directly influence elections in a sovereign nation is perfectly acceptable.

It takes a lot to make me sympathize with Chuck Schumer, so well done. Our Greatest Ally indeed.


  1. saoirse

    The kikes have been meddling in U.S. affairs since the Wilson administration. They had commie FDR under their spell, hence our direct involvement in WW2. Their transgressions weren’t even known (in regard to the general public) until 1989, when the book “They Dared To Speak Out” by Paul Findley was published – at which they lashed out fiercely of course.
    For every inch they give these parasitic criminals they take a yard. They know very well that this sordid political system runs on money and it’s flim flam money skills that they excel in. There’s plenty of disgusting zio-whore traitors ready to chew the chosen foreskins.

    • Berglander

      It’s absolutely mind-boggling how jewish the FDR admin was.
      And, given that “Roosevelt” is literally the Dutch version of “Rosenfeld…
      Makes a guy wonder.

      • Big Ruckus D

        Yes, and compare the present regime in its gross over representation of small hats. This could well be the most tribal admin since FDR. I’d have to sit down and do a lot of research I don’t have time for to say for certain. But it sounds like a good bet.

  2. Greg

    Senator Chuck tops my list of “Politicians who make my skin crawl”. Just the sound of his voice makes me jump for the “off” switch. But I thank you Arthur for paying attention to this sort of thing so that I don’t have to.
    Ever since he was President, I’ve been grateful to Bill Clinton for curing me of listening to NPR. Way back before I knew better, I’d get the news from All Things Considered. But the mere sound of Clinton’s voice made me turn the radio off. It got so that most days it was within the first 30 seconds of the program.

    • Arthur Sido

      I used to listen to NPR all the time in the morning especially but I listened less and less, and when Trump took office it was all Orange Man Bad, all the time plus the endless stories about blacks and trannies. I sometimes would turn it on and time how long it took before they mentioned Trump. Often it was just a matter of seconds.

      • Joe Dirt

        I would listen to their Ukraine podcast to get a sense of the propaganda. Putin bad. Russians bad. Ukraine a victim. Basically, they would turn up the victimhood status when losing.

  3. Steve S6

    “Toppling a foreign government by suggesting that they….hold elections? Even by Republican standards this Michael McCaul guy sounds stupid.” — not if he’s thinking about how our Democrats steal, er hold elections.

  4. Big Ruckus D

    Oy vey. I can’t find any sympathy for chucky the slimy jewboy even on this, considering he is one of many players trying to screw with the upcoming US election. I actually think it’d be pretty funny if bibi sent Israeli intelligence to help shithead schumer, “get his mind right” and then claim he did so to protect their (Israel’s) “democracy”. In fact, I’d find it uproariously entertaining.

    Remember rules for radicals, make the enemy live up to their own standards. Same reason Putin should have lindsey the fagboy “dealt with”, considering his having openly called for the assassination of Mr. Putin, who was just reelected by 87% of Russians. Can’t go messing with democracy now, can we?

    This is one of the fundamental problems with the US ruling class. These assholes talk out of both sides of their mouths, and expect to impose different standards on other countries than they will follow here themselves. And nobody likes a hypocrite.

    I guess my point is I’m so damn sick of the hypocrisy and rank double standards practiced with no shame and in broad daylight, that foreign agents “cleaning up” the most loathsome of the political class here would be a most welcome turn of a events. Especially since “our democracy” can’t seem to unelect these dissembling pricks. And because I’m a fair minded sort, for every avowed leftist they bag, I’ll gladly let them claim a RINO trophy as well. Start with zioclops crenshaw, he probably won’t see it coming.

      • Big Ruckus D

        Ok. But who is at fault for the fact there are so many muzzies in NY? Who has had the greatest outside influence on immigration policy since, oh, 1965? Yeah, rhetorical question.

          • Berglander

            Jewish mythology is full of stories of the golem, which is a monster a rabbi makes from clay to destroy his enemies.
            And the golem always, always turns on its creator.
            It’s like even their own mythology tries to tell them not to do it, and they can’t help themselves. OY VEY ANNUDDAH SHOAH!!!

  5. LGC

    Isn’t Schumer a “dual citizen” (yeah, no such thing but in this case)? So doesn’t that mean that he does in fact have the right to talk about his real country’s election?

    well from googling (and brave’ing) it, it’s not clear (and since lots is blocked nowadays it’s definitely not clear)

    • Big Ruckus D

      I’m sure he is. They all are, at that level anyway. They always want that plan B to fall back on, when they get done screwing up this place such that it is no longer fit for their safe habitation (a mission they’ve very nearly accomplished).

      Which leads me to say he should go there and vote in their election, and stay the hell out of ours. Permanently.

        • Big Ruckus D

          Well, that would be the very jooish thing to do, playing both sides of a conflict (and somehow work that to their benefit). Once again, exactly nothing of the publicly presented narrative can be believed at face value. And that isn’t a deception singularly unique to the tribe, as it happens. Far too many other lying, scheming bullshitters, irrespective of their affiliation.

    • Bobsuruncle

      Yep, look up the video where he claims his name means defender of Israel. Israel does not allow dual-citizens in their government, but we have last I heard around 60 serving in ours as elected reps. Who runs a good bit of Florida? Same jews that run parts NYC. Just ask Zion Ron and Zion Don.

  6. Mike_C

    Hypocrisy, you say? Not so, says Maurice Samuel.
    “You have your way of life, we ours. In your system of life we are essentially without ‘honor.’ In our system of life you are essentially without morality. In your system of life we must forever appear graceless; to us you must forever appear godless.”

    Samuel in that quote manages to come across as both an apologist* and a condescending bastard. (So basically par for the course. Sneering at filthy subhumans is “dog bites man” news.) Samuel is also known for:

    “A century of partial tolerance gave us Jews access to your world. In that period the great attempt was made, by advance guards of reconciliation, to bring our two worlds together. It was a century of failure. We Jews, we, the destroyers, will remain the destroyers forever. Nothing that you will do will meet our needs and demands. We will forever destroy because we need a world of our own, a God-world, which it is not in your nature to build.”

    He also said the following, and he may be right. More’s the pity.

    “When Germany and England and America will long have lost their present identity or purpose, we shall still be strong in ours.”

    * An apologist is NOT someone who is apologizing about something. It’s a person who is arguing FOR something. Advocating for or defending it. Arguing in its favor.

    • Mike_C

      Maurice Samuel also addressed the NAXALT issue:
      “You may even have Jews in your midst who did not learn their way of life from us, and did not inherit it from a Jewish forebear. We may have authentic gentiles in our midst: these single protests are of no account; they are extreme and irrelevant variations.”

    • Lineman

      That’s exactly right it’s not hypocrisy, it’s just an enemy trying to destroy you…We are at war, I just wish our side could realize that…

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