White House Questions Jews’ Loyalty Over Iran Deal

President Barack Obama, Cuban cigar
President Barack Obama, Cuban cigar

As the deadline for the vote on this terrible nuclear deal with Iran is rapidly approaching, President Obama and his White House minions have had the audacity of questioning Jewish Democrats’ loyalty to America.

Many Jewish Democrat leaders like Senator Chuck Schumer have indicated they will be voting against the deal and have since been on the receiving end of a lot of anti-Semitic rhetoric from the White House.

Now, other Jewish Democrats such as Rep. Alan Lowenthal (D-CA) are being put in the position of having to choose between supporting Obama or standing with Israel.

Everyone is looking for us,” Rep. Alan Lowenthal (D – California), who is Jewish, told Arutz Sheva.  “Last week I met with a J Street lobby that tried to explain how good the agreement is at this point in time, and next week AIPAC officials will be here – I guess to push exactly the opposite position.”

“You have to make a decision regarding the transaction, and the situation is very tense. On the one hand Israel says the deal is not good, on the other hand the president says so.”

Rep. Lowenthal and 17 others will be forced to choose between loyalty to Israel and loyalty to President Obama and the Democrat Party.

Read the rest at TheConservativeUnderground

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David Weissman was born in Queens, NY and served 13 years in the U.S. Army as a chaplain assistant, including two deployments to Afghanistan. Upon being honorably discharged he made the Jewish right of return (Aliyah) and moved to the city of Ashkelon in Israel where he experienced the war with Hamas in the summer of 2014. David is now a freelance writer living in the city of Efrat in the Jerusalem district.


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