January 27, 2020
Donald Trump truly is a selfless Jew-lover.
Even as the Jews impeach him, he is thinking of nothing other than how he can save the country of the Jews.
The promised unveiling of a secret plan for peace in the Middle East is being overshadowed by charges of cheap politics and collusion.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief political opponent Benny Gantz are expected to arrive in Washington this week to preview details of the Trump administration’s long-awaited Israeli-Palestinian peace plan.
The meeting will allow President Trump to shift the conversation away from his Senate impeachment trial and — depending on the details of the plan — play into his pitch as the American leader who has delivered the most for Israel.
Jews are impeaching Trump.
Do more for the Jews.
For Netanyahu, the visit comes at a time of great political instability in Israel. The prime minister is under indictment for charges of fraud, breach of trust and accepting bribes. He’s set to face Gantz in an unprecedented third election in March.
The trip will also place Netanyahu out of his country as government ministers debate whether he can claim immunity from criminal charges.
“The timing is very suspect,” said David Makovsky, a senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy who worked on the peace process as a State Department official in the Obama administration. “It’s the very day that Netanyahu is facing the start of a Knesset proceeding that will decide if he has immunity in the face of three corruption indictments. That cannot be coincidental.”
Yeah, it’s almost like the Jews control America.
They are not only the cause of, but also the solution to, all of America’s problems.
Netanyahu’s corruption scandal is weighing heavy on the minds of voters, who are just as likely to vote against the incumbent over sheer exhaustion of the chaos surrounding the prime minister’s office.
But a candidate’s foreign relations experience carries a heavy weight for a country that is constantly fighting against isolation, and Netanyahu has expertly promoted his friendships abroad.
Of the relationships he’s cultivated — throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East — none is seen as having delivered more diplomatic victories than his friendship with Trump, who is now dangling the highest prize and the biggest stakes ahead of the Israeli visit, saying he’ll release the administration’s plan for a solution to the Israeli and Palestinian conflict before Netanyahu and Gantz arrive in Washington.
Considered one of the world’s best-kept secrets, the administration had held back on releasing any details of the political aspect of the plan until Israel completes its national elections in March.
“What really got in our way is the election has taken forever,” Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One on Thursday evening. “So we’ve been sitting, waiting for a candidate. But both candidates want to do it. So they’re both coming.”
The opportunity to have the two leading candidates review the plan gives the White House political cover from any accusations of taking sides in the election while also offering an opportunity for Trump to tout the proposal to his pro-Israel and evangelical base amid his impeachment trial.
Yes, you see – this is really the fault of the goyim that Trump loves the Jews this much.
These evangelicals – they have a strong intellectual basis for their sycophantic love of the Christ-killing Jews.
The peace plan, an expected voluminous document, has been touted by Trump as the “deal of the century.” One of its main authors is Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and a senior White House adviser.
But the president’s announcement of revealing the plan is being viewed with suspicion both in the U.S. and abroad.
“It’s a political stunt. I just don’t see what they’re going to be able to talk about because the Palestinians have already dismissed it,” said one former State Department official who served in both Democratic and Republican administrations. “It’s probably just going to be another effort to highlight and show how committed to Israeli security the administration is and how it’s going to shape its conception of a peace process that’s all about securing the state of Israel.”
Palestinian officials have dismissed the forthcoming peace plan out of hand, saying they have not communicated with the administration for more than two years, ever since Trump announced the U.S. Embassy move.
“They did not speak with any of us,” chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat told The Hill.
“We do not speak to them. They continue reading Netanyahu’s scripts,” he added, relating the feeling among Palestinians that the administration is biased toward the Israeli prime minister.
“They think they can dictate to us,” Erekat said. “No way.”
Actually however, it appears they can dictate to you.
That is the main issue here.
Ghaith al-Omari, a former adviser on peace negotiations to the Palestinian Authority and senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, said the timing of Trump’s announcement is off-putting to Arab leaders who would be needed to garner wider support for the plan.
“Because of the timing, it’s very hard to escape the impression that this is a move done specifically to impact the Israeli elections,” he said. “It makes some Arab leaders reluctant to get into a process that is less about policy and more about Israeli politics and, frankly, it makes it look less credible as the U.S. presents the plan at this particular date.”
Well, I’m sure Prince Salman will be on board.
He also loves the Jews.
I just hope the Jews get everything they need from America.
After we did that Holocaust against them, what with the Masturbation Machines and the Wall of Eyes, this is really the least we can do.