Wednesday, February 13, 2013
SENATE REPUBLICANS VOTE AGAINST HAGEL NOMINATION
The latest example of the U.S. Government being in the pocket of Bibi Netanyahu and the Israeli Jews -- yesterday all the Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee voted against sending the nomination of their fellow Republican Chuck Hagel to be our next Secretary of Defense on to the full senate. Democrats voted as a majority in favor of the nomination, however, so Hagel survived this step in the confirmation process in spite of the betrayal of his fellow Republicans.
See: "Senate panel endorses Hagel for Pentagon in rare party-line vote"
See also my earlier (February 1) post on the Hagel confirmation hearing.
So here we have these fellow Republicans on the Committee voting against Hagel, a decorated Vietnam War veteran and former two-term Senator from Nebraska, primarily because he has said some critical (and accurate) things about Israeli and Jewish influence in our government, and some things about Iran and warmaking in the Middle East that the Israeli Jews didn't like. Some other matters such as financial disclosures and a desire to hold the nomination up until the Obama administration provides more information about the Benghazi raid may also have been factors, but the Israeli/Jewish issues were clearly the main reasons.
Two of Hagel's past utterances have really rankled these Senators: "The Jewish lobby intimidates a lot of people up here;" and "I'm a United States senator. I'm not an Israeli senator." Both true; both devastatingly relevant to the way our governmental functions are all too often influenced or even controlled by Jews.
What a despicable and disgusting bunch of Israeli/Jew lap-dogs.