Sometimes there’s a thin line between vile demagoguery and pure idiocy. Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi straddled both during a Sunday appearance on CNN, when she smeared protesters who’ve been demanding a ceasefire to end Israel’s slaughter of Palestinian people in Gaza.
The former Israeli ambassador appeared on MSNBC and projected. It turns out that the evil of which he justifiably accuses Hamas is what Netanyahu is doing more effectively.
CNN’s Dana Bash’s producers likely made her a propaganda agent for Netanyahu and the IDF by changing the narrative as she interviewed Rep. Pramila Jayapal, co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus.
With his approval ratings in the tank, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reportedly been lobbying members of his Likud party in a bid to keep their support, claiming he is “the only one who will prevent a Palestinian state” in Gaza and the West Bank.
Media bias is real. After watching this interview, it is clear that since the Palestinian death tolls are rising, there is no interest from the U.S. to reign in Israel’s massacre.
Even as the government of Israel claims that the destruction of Gaza does not constitute a humanitarian catastrophe, the before and after pictures say otherwise.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal did a perfect job in converting a cookie-cutter question to a substantive response as she enumerated the terror Netanyahu’s IDF is exerting on Palestinians in Gaza.
Jewish Voice For Peace Executive Director Stefanie Fox appeared on The Reid Out with Joy-Ann Reid, calling for a cease-fire. She said Israel is being genocidal against the Palestinians in Gaza.
Jon Stewart shows the hypocrisy of our peace mission in the Middle East Jon Stewart makes a very sad observation about the Middle East that while done comically, is very serious. After watching the video it’s hard to believe that our involvement have been a net positive for the stability of the region. “The Middle […]