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    Warren Agreed to Boycott AIPAC Conference After Questioner Claimed It Pushes Bigotry

    Warren Agreed to Boycott AIPAC Conference After Questioner Claimed It Pushes Bigotry

    Warren attended four previous AIPAC conferences.

    At an event in New Hampshire, 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) nodded and smiled when someone bashed The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).

    Warren then agreed to boycott the next AIPAC conference on March 1-3.

    The questioner asked:

    “I’m an American Jew and I’m terrified by the unholy alliance that AIPAC is forming with Islamaphobes and anti-Semites and white nationalists. And no Democrat should legitimize that kind of bigotry by attending their annual policy conference. I’m really grateful you skipped the AIPAC conference last year, so my question is if you’ll join me in committing to skip the AIPAC conference this march?” the audience member asked.

    I thought Warren considered herself pro-Israel? She said in the past, “Israel has the right to defend herself.”

    However, Warren has not said anything nice about President Donald Trump’s peace proposal between Israel and the Palestinians. She has never condemned the anti-Semitic rants by Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar.

    Warren said five days ago in New Hampshire, “For America to be a good ally of Israel and the Palestinians, we need to get both parties to the table. We’re not getting that if we just stand with one party.”

    Someone caught a tweet from IfNotNow pushing Warren to skip AIPAC.

    Samantha Mandeles has written extensively on this anti-Israel group. One of her investigations found that IfNotNow developed the supposed grassroots anti-ICE “Never Again Action”


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    puhiawa | February 8, 2020 at 1:09 am

    Wrong kind of Jews, I guess.

    The senator is so desperate that she’ll do anything to win the favor of the anti-Semitic left wing of the Democrat Party.

    This is the New Democrat campaign strategy: Telling large groups of voters that they aren’t good enough to vote for you.

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