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Monday, July 25, 2016

Clinton’s VP pick Kaine: Promoting jihadis in America in exchange for cash

Karin McQuillan  "Breitbart has reported that Clinton’s V.P. pick Tim Kaine is among the top anti-Israel senators.  He is the top recipient of PAC funds from George Soros’s anti-Israel group, J Street.  He distinguished himself as one of eight senators to walk out on Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic speech to a joint session of Congress warning against the so-called Iran deal.  

"Kaine’s record on the Islamic threat here in America is far, far worse than that." . . .
The New York Sun sees Kaine as one of the few senators who fully backed the Obama-Hillary Middle East disaster, including the open disrespect and hostility to our ally, Israel.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) at a campaign rally in Miami on July 23. Photo by Brian Snyder/Reuters

However,  Kaine hailed as strong supporter of Israel  . . . "Kaine’s appointment was also viewed through the lens of the U.S-Israel relationship. Kaine is a fervent supporter of the Iran nuclear deal, and in March 2015 he was one of the few Democrats who boycotted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s controversial speech. In an interview with the Forward, Kaine criticized Netanyahu and Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer for going along with some in the Republican Party who want to “push Democrats out of the relationship with Israel.”

Kaine Refused To Sign Letter Urging Robust U.S. Military Aid To Israel  "Sen. Tim Kaine was revealed to be one of only 17 senators not to sign a letter urging President Barack Obama in April to increase the U.S. military aid package to the Jewish state.  " . . .The letter, sponsored by Chris Coons and Lindsey Graham, was a bipartisan appeal to Obama for a “robust” new military aid package “that increases aid to Israel and retains the current terms of the existing aid program.”
"Eighty-three senators signed the letter while 13 Democrats, three Republicans, and one Independent declined to do so, including Sen. Bernie Sanders." . . .

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