I just got done reading probably one of the most disgusting articles of Jewish influence on American politics that the Jews had the balls to publish in my life.
The article is long, but well worth the read. Keep in mind this was published about a year ago before Trump was nominated.
Summary: The Jewish donor Sheldon Adelson doesn’t like Donald Trump because Trump has a competing casino and doesn’t take the bribes of the Jewish donors. Rubio was calling Adelson everyday to see if his speeches were OK, Walker was in their pocket, but they didn’t like him very much because of his govt union pensions stance, and Ted Cruz was a potential for them still. Rand Paul’s name was never mentioned.
Jeb Bush was their most obvious candidate, but Adelson hated the fact that Jeb had put James Baker on his cabinet list, because James Baker (former Chief of Staff for Reagan) didn’t like all the aid we were sending to Israel, and once famously said “f*ck the Jews”, and recently he has come out against Netanyahu, and Bibi and Adelson are very good buddies in the Jewish sense. So, Bush, sensing the pressure, was pulling back on his support for Baker in order to gain the Jews support.
But in the article, what really got me, was how much bragging about how they (the Jews) had manipulated complete control over the GOP, which was even surprising to them. Here’s an excerpt.
“Although American Jews had come economically to resemble the Episcopalians, the most prosperous of all white groups,” Himmelfarbwrote, “their voting behavior continued to be most like the voting behavior of one of the least prosperous of all groups, the Puerto Ricans.” Four decades later, when it comes to voting behavior, Himmelfarb’s observation remains true: It’s impossible to envision a scenario in which Hillary Clinton (or any Democratic nominee) doesn’t win the majority of Jewish voters in November of next year. But, of the two parties, it’s the GOP that has been completely transformed by a group of Jewish activists and donors. “Long term, do more Jews become Republicans? Who gives a shit?” says one prominent Jewish member of the GOP. “What matters is that the Republican Party as a whole has become unapologetically and unflinchingly pro-Israel.”
Even Jewish Republicans find this development astonishing. “When I was a kid, I told people I was Republican, but I never told them I was Jewish,” says the 53-year-old pollster Frank Luntz, “because I was afraid there was anti-Semitism in the party.” But the GOP’s hostility to Jews decreased in inverse proportion to the party’s affection for Israel — an embrace of the Jewish state that began in the 1980s under Ronald Reagan; continued with the politicization of Evangelicals in the ’80s and ’90s; and grew even tighter, after 9/11, during George W. Bush’s presidency. So tight that today, support for Israel has become a core issue for Republicans. Bill Kristol, the editor of The Weekly Standard and a regular speaker at Republican dinners across the country (as well as Milton Himmelfarb’s nephew), marvels at the degree to which Israel comes up in speeches and discussions at those events. “People stand up and say that they’re pro-life, pro-gun, anti-tax, and pro-Israel,” Kristol says. “It’s shorthand.” Luntz reports, “When I tell Republicans I’m Jewish today, they applaud.”
Now, is it me, or is Bill Kristol (the creep Himmelfarb’s nephew) bragging how the pro-lifer, pro gun anti tax people have been fooled into supporting Israel which has the desire to abort gentile babies, take the gentiles guns away, tax them more so they can keep getting richer? It sure sounds like it to me.
Now, the have a #TrumpTrain fixing to ruin all their plans. What will they do? Try to collapse the economy, sabotage Trump if he wins? Pull off another false flag like 9/11, which the brag in the above excerpt was a pivotal point for GOP pro Israel support. Netanyahu did say 9/11 was good for Israel.
And Trump came out publically and stated the Jews would not support him because he doesn’t take their money.