Zioness Movement Accuses Mike Pence of Antisemitism After AIPAC Speech

Today, US Vice President Mike Pence delivered this wonderfully pro-Israel, pro-Jewish speech at AIPAC.

Granted, there was a partisan bent to it when he attacked Bernie Sanders and praised Donald Trump

“The bipartisan consensus this once supported our most cherished ally and has been so nobly and ably championed by you here at AIPAC, is actually beginning to erode in one of America’s two major political parties.

Today, the leading candidate for the presidential nomination of the party of Harry Truman openly and repeatedly attacks Israel is a racist state and defames AIPAC is of all things, as he said, a ‘platform for bigotry.’ Even more troubling, when Bernie Sanders smeared Israel at last week’s debate, not a single candidate on that stage stood up to challenge him, but I’ll promise you we will always call out those who try to cloak their animus toward Israel inside a phony mantle of friendship.

Those who side with Israel’s enemies must never be allowed to call themselves friends of Israel. It is wrong to boycott and slander Israel. It is wrong to boycott and slander AIPAC.

And I say from my heart, we must ensure the most pro-Israel president in history must not be replaced by one who would be the most anti-Israel president in the history of this nation. That’s why we need four more years of President Donald Trump in the White House.”

But he had a point about Sanders – and whatever your feelings about Trump, his actions show he is certainly more pro-Israel than Sanders!

Be that as it may, the Zioness Movement accused Pence of antisemitism for this speech.

I kid you not.

And has yet again encountered push-back in the comments from their own supporters.

Remember, this is the same outfit that accused Ted Cruz of the same thing – and got blasted for it.

I have to wonder whether Zioness’ goal is to support Israel or just the Democratic party.


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media