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Debbie Wasserman Schultz Heckled at Jewish Americans for Obama Event
- Thursday, 19 July 2012 08:09
- Written by Cliff Levine
They call themselves Jewish Americans for Obama, yet they fail to realize they're supporting a president that has a blatant hate-on for Israel. Why? Because Judaism isn't their religion - liberalism is. Facing extremely low numbers compared to '08 for Jewish support, the Obama campaign is desperately trying to fool the very people he's treated with zero respect. Outside of Obama's Jewish outreach program (campaign), head Democratic National Committee (DNC) yenta Debbie Wasserman Schultz (DWS) held a rally at a Synagogue in Philadelphia, where she was heckled.
Wasserman Schultz is a radical liberal that's not popular outside of her anti-American crowd. She's an obnoxious and ugly human being. She gave a partisan speech, which resulted in unexpected heckles when she claimed President Obama was a strong supporter of Israel. Too bad for her that's an outright lie - and she's knows it. Look no further than Obama's past and the company he kept - and still keeps - nearly all are devout anti-Semites. And his policies have certainly hurt Israel.
While it was strange that the event was held a Synagogue, that didn't stop the repulsive DWS from attacking Republicans, which drew further heckling. You see, it's a little distasteful to trash your opposition while in a Synagogue. Another self-loathing Jew at the event, Daylin Leach, who represents the 17th District in the State Senate, told the audience that the Republican Party was full of anti-Semitism. This followed praise from DWS of Obama's 2009 speech in Cairo, where the imperial president chose to be a member of Islam for a few hours. This was also heckled.
The Obama campaign doesn't have any of the same numbers they had in '08, particularly with Jewish Americans. And this is solely because Obama has a hate-on for Israel and has treated one of our top allies like garbage.
Cliff Levine is a contributing editor for Habledash.