BUSTED! Warren Caught on Camera Saying She Supports ‘Ending’ the Israeli ‘Occupation’ of Palestine  

posted by Hannity Staff - 7.09.19

Senator Elizabeth Warren was caught on camera at a campaign event this week telling a group of supporters she endorses “ending” the Israel ‘Occupation’ of Palestine.

“Hi we’re American Jews. We really love the way you’re fighting corruption. We’d really love it if you also pushed the Israeli government to end occupation,” said one activist.

“Yes. Yes. I’m so there,” Warren fired-back.

The organization released a press release praising the liberal Senator’s support.

“In the past, Warren has regularly spoken of Israel as a strong ally in a tough neighborhood and has appeared at AIPAC events and used right-wing talking points,” said the statement. “But as her career has gone on, her views on the issue have grown to be farther in line with her progressive values: She was one of the 60 Democrats to boycott [Prime Minister] Netanyahu’s speech in Congress, she supported the Iran Deal, spoke out against the Embassy move, and opposes efforts to criminalize the BDS movement.”

According to the group’s website, the organization is “building a vibrant and inclusive movement within the American Jewish community, across generations and organizational affiliations. This movement is open to any who seek to shift the American Jewish public away from the status quo that upholds the Occupation. As a movement, we understand the Occupation as the military rule over Palestinians in the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and Gaza. We also know that the discrimination and displacement inside Israel’s 1948 borders are connected to its rule in those Occupied Territories. This system of violence deprives all Palestinians of civil, political, and economic rights.”

Read the full report at the Washington Examiner.

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