Speaking during his opening monologue live from New Hampshire Monday night, Sean weighed-in on Joe Biden’s disastrous campaign performance; saying the former Vice President openly attacks the same people he wants to vote for him.
“The Democratic Party is in an utter state of shambles. It’s a complete mess… The field of 2020 Democrats are so weak, so radical, so extreme that many party insiders are freaking-out. Joe Biden is supposed to be the fresh face of the Democratic Party?” asked Hannity.
“Over the weekend, a very agitated and incoherent Joe snapped at a 21-year-old woman attending one of his town halls… These are the people that he wants to vote for him,” he added.
Watch Hannity’s opening monologue above.
BERNIE’S PLAN: Sanders Prepared to ‘Leverage’ US Aid to Stop Israeli Government’s ‘Racism’
2020 presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders escalated his war-of-words with the Israeli government this week; saying he is prepared to “leverage” US aid to end the Jewish State’s “racism” against Palestinians.
“The United States government gives a whole lot of money to Israel, and I think we can leverage that money to end some of the racism that we have recently seen in Israel,” Sanders said.
“The fault is not all with Israel, you have very poor and corrupt Palestinian leadership, but what the goal of the United States has got to be is to bring people in the region together, the Palestinians and the Israelis to create a kind of workable peace which works for both parties, not just one,” he added.
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Original Story: July 24, 2019
The House of Representatives overwhelmingly rejected Ilhan Omar’s anti-Israeli legislation Tuesday; ending her quest to boycott the Jewish State in a lopsided 398-to-17 landslide.
“The 398-to-17 vote, with five members voting present, came after a debate that was equally lopsided; no one in either party spoke against the measure. The House’s two most vocal backers of the boycott movement — Representatives Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, freshman Democrats and the first two Muslim women in Congress — did not participate in the floor debate,” reports the New York Times.
“However, earlier in the day, Ms. Tlaib, who is Palestinian-American, delivered an impassioned speech in defense of the boycott movement. She branded Israel’s policies toward Palestinians ‘racist’ and invoked American boycotts of Nazi Germany, among others, as an example of what she described as a legitimate economic protest to advance human rights around the world,” adds the Times.
“I stand before you as the daughter of Palestinian immigrants, parents who experienced being stripped of their human rights, the right to freedom of travel, equal treatment,” said Tlaib. “So I can’t stand by and watch this attack on our freedom of speech and the right to boycott the racist policies of the government and the state of Israel.”
The bill supported the BDS -or Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions- movement; a push to boycott Israeli goods and services to support Palestinian statehood.
“Americans of conscience have a proud history of participating in boycotts to advocate for human rights abroad including … boycotting Nazi Germany from March 1933 to October 1941 in response to the dehumanization of the Jewish people in the lead-up to the Holocaust,” Omar said in the resolution introduced Tuesday.
Congressman Lee Zeldin slammed the bill, saying “Israel is our best ally in the Mid East; a beacon of hope, freedom & liberty, surrounded by existential threats. Shame on Rep @Ilhan Omar for bringing her hateful twist on that reality to House Foreign today, propping up the BDS movement & blaming Israel for all of its challenges.”
JOE’S GREATEST GAFFES: Vote for Your Favorite Biden Blunder NOW
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s bumbling campaign continued this week; with the Democratic frontrunner making countless mistakes regarding his visit to Afghanistan, his time in the Senate, even his location.
Biden’s defense? “Details are irrelevant.”
“That has nothing to do with judgment of whether or not you send troops to war, the judgment of whether you bring someone home, the judgment of whether you decide on a healthcare policy,” Biden told NPR.
“The details are irrelevant in terms of decision-making,” he added.
The former VP is hoping to reassure weary Democrats in the weeks ahead; telling supporters in New Hampshire he’s “not going nuts.”
“I want to be clear, I’m not going nuts,” Biden said last month, after telling supporters in New Hampshire that he “loves” Vermont.
“I’ve been here a number of times…I love this place. Look, what’s not to like about Vermont in terms of the beauty of it?” Biden told reporters in the Granite State.
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