Chuck Schumer a tool to drive a wedge in the US-Israel relationship
Seth Mandel explains how President Hussein Obama is using (a willing) Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to drive a wedge in the US-Israel relationship
[N]othing Obama has done to damage Israel’s standing in Congress could
compare to getting Chuck Schumer — the supposed shomer (guardian, in
Hebrew) of Israel — to ensure the survival of a nuclear deal that
rearranges America’s Mideast alliances by elevating Tehran at the
expense of the Israelis, the Saudis, the Jordanians and the Egyptians,
And that’s why crowds in Times Square Wednesday night chanted “Where is Chuck Schumer?”
As Schumer continues to avoid answering questions about his stance on
the nuke deal, his constituents are wondering how far he’s willing to
go to become the Democrats’ next Senate leader.
Would Schumer the shomer throw America’s allies under the bus and
allow Obama to drive a wedge between Washington and Jerusalem? If
Schumer won’t answer that question directly, his handling of the Iran
Unfortunately, Schumer just might.
Labels: Barack Hussein Obama, Charles Schumer, Iran Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, Iran sanctions regime, Iranian nuclear threat, US-Israel relationship