Recently, Democrat Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren was captured on video discussing her approach to key aspects of the US-Israeli relationship, should she be elected.
When asked if she would “push Israel to end its occupation of Gaza and the West Bank,” Warren replied, “Yes, yes,” and later added, “I’m there.”
The controversial issue has remained a hurdle for Democrats seeking the party’s nomination in the upcoming election, as conservatives have raised the alarm on what appears to be growing anti-semitic sentiment within the left’s ranks.
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) July 9, 2019
Needless to say, conservatives were not impressed, and took to social media to share their thoughts on the subject.
— Mickey White (@BiasedGirl) July 9, 2019
… So the Democrat Party’s talking points are now aligning against Israel, and with … Hamas and Hezbollah? Is it just me, or does this ideological lurch left seem to have happened incredibly fast? 😒😒😒
— John Gray (@JohnGraySnarks) July 9, 2019
Obviously she has no idea about foreign policy or what is going on in the real world. She will never have my vote.
— Gene Lewis (@CeRanch) July 9, 2019
Senator Warren hasn’t done one thing for her constituency since being elected.
She started her presidential campaign the day after election.
The fraud continues..
— Rich.. 🇺🇸🇮🇹⚾🏖️ (@pavadore_rich) July 9, 2019
Not sure who’s she pandering to with this one
— Tim H (@TimHumphrey99) July 9, 2019