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I think that it is of the utmost importance to keep the Senate Republican. Georgia is the state that will be the deciding factor in the control of the Senate.

The anti Semitic Pastor Raphael Warnock from Georgia is running for the Senate. He was a buddy of Reverend Wright, another big antisemite and the religious mentor of Obama, who by his deal with Iran hugely increased the threat to Israel. You can be sure that Warnock, as senator, would function in the same manner toward Jews and Israel. He is notorious for his comment “America should repent for its‘ worship of whiteness.” Is that not a bit racist?

Furthermore, keep in mind that negative votes about Israel are always by Democrats, while all the Republicans have voted against, for eg. BDS.

It is obvious to me that everything said about Israel and the “Palestinians” in the junk sent out by J Street, Bend the Arc, or Jewish Voice for Peace, et al is nothing but antisemitic views by self-hating Jews.

The same is true in the race between Kelly Loeffler ( Republican) and Jon Ossoff ( Dem) who believes in a 2 state solution. Ossoff supports the Iran deal and will go back to it. Thus his hope is that Iran should be made ready to bomb Israel by themselves or by proxy. Ossoff, as a Jew, is of no benefit to Israel or Jews with his values.

In contrast, Ms. Loeffler opposes Iran, supports the relocation of the embassy to Jerusalem, opposes BDS and supports all aid to Israel.

I believe that for the safety and endurance of Israel and the deterring of countries like Iran,
the recovery of the US economy, the continued decrease in unemployment
( as pre-Covid) , advancement in foreign affairs, in particular in the Middle East, etc, etc, there is no doubt that one must vote Republican.

Pablo Nankin, MD

https://nypost.com/2020/11/13/georgia-democrat-warnocks-anti-israel-sermon-resurfaces-in-key-senate-race

 

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  1. Hola Pablo
    I met you several years ago. I agree with your words 1000%.

    Posting on Facebook and Twitter and addressing him directly calling him and sob and could care less. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I live in West LA Beverly Hills area.

    Look me up on Facebook.

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