In last week’s column, I discussed how the Obama administration has increased the chaos in the Middle East by refusing to meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu while in Washington, D.C., yet they’ll travel to Switzerland to make nuclear deals with Iran. But they’ve reached a new low when they send their emissaries into the Holy Land to discourage people from voting for Bibi.
Of course, Obama and his minions aren’t dumb enough to leave a trail that exposes them as the contriving culprits. But if you think Jeremy Bird, the national field director for President Obama’s 2012 campaign, is in Tel Aviv because he wants to see where Jesus walked, I have a London Bridge to sell you in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
Bird said that his “consultation” for V15, a group bent in ousting Bibi, resulted from its leaders asking him “to share best practices in organizing so they can maximize their impact both online and on the ground.” “Organizing” like “Chicago community organizing”?
Jon Gibson hit the nail on the head: “It’s hard to imagine that a campaign operative so close to the Obama camp would undertake this work without a green light from the president himself. It simply does not add up when Obama apparatchiks’ say Bird is simply doing what campaign gurus do: taking work wherever around the world they can get it. It is simply not credible that Bird would take on the anti-Bibi campaign if Obama were opposed. Consequently, we have yet another clue that Obama wants to be rid of an Israeli leader he personally can’t stand and who causes political agonies for the president’s agenda.”
For decades, biblical scholars have wondered where the U.S. fits into the End Times scenario. Obama’s actions are making it clearer by the day: We are fast becoming the premier enabler of an apocalyptic environment in the Middle East.
But it’s not too late to stop that role. As the American people, we must not tolerate any more of the White House’s emboldening Islamic extremists through its appeasement and inept decisions. Please email or call the White House today and tell Obama to quit enabling Israel’s and the U.S.’s enemies.
And if you care for America’s security and world peace, then fight like hell to elect a better U.S. president in 2016 – one who has clear executive experience, international affairs wisdom and a stronger backbone to fight our enemies and not give into the whims of our foes by negotiating with extremists.
As far as America’s traditional and best ally in the Middle East, one thing is absolutely certain: Now is not the time for Israel to lose the strong leadership and influence of Benjamin Netanyahu. On the eve of Israel’s election on March 17, I encourage everyone in Israel to re-elect Bibi.
The Times of Israel reported a week ago, “None of the polls showed a significant shift in voter preferences in the aftermath of Netanyahu’s controversial speech to Congress on Tuesday. All of the polls suggested Netanyahu could form a coalition of potential allies with 64-68 seats (involving the right-wing, Orthodox parties and Kulanu) and that Herzog would have a harder time mustering a majority.”
Forty-seven percent want to see Netanyahu serve again as prime minister. Only 28 percent want the same for Herzog. Twenty-one percent said they did not know whom they preferred.
I watched Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech before Congress, and I saw a man who loves his country with all his heart and soul. I also saw a strong leader that is absolutely crucial for the safety of the Israeli people.
I have done three movies in Israel – “Delta Force” being my favorite – and I formed many friendships while there. You have an incredible country, and we want to keep it that way.
That’s why it is so important that you keep a leader who has the courage and vision to stand up against the evil forces that are threatening not only Israel but also the United States. You see, we the American people need Prime Minister Netanyahu as much as you do. Weak leadership can destroy your country and then the evil forces can concentrate on America, too.
So I ask you, please, for the sake of Israel and the whole Middle East, vote for Prime Minister Netanyahu on Election Day.
And as far as those in the U.S. and the rest of the world, in this season of Easter, it’s good to remember what the Hebrew Scriptures say about Israel and those who support her: “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: May they prosper who love you” (Psalm 122:1).