The pettiness and Islamic agenda of Hussein Obama have succeeded in handing to the Republican Party something that has thus far eluded them in the Party’s new configuration under President-elect Trump, unity.
Following the transparent vindictive, premeditated attack on the Israelis by Obama and John Kerry, Republicans and many Democrats are standing together against the actions and despite other differences.
For many UN haters who object to the United States’ involvement in what is a hostile and illegitimate authority intent on our own national subjugation, this action has the added benefit of uniting opposition to that anti-American entity as well. On Saturday Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), still far from what would be termed a Trump ally, vowed to obstruct any efforts on the part of the U.S. to give money to the United Nations until there is a reversal of the Friday resolution vote.
Cruz tweeted that he spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, adding, “No US $ for UN until reversed.” We’ve been told such a resolution is impossible, so perhaps we will benefit from the defunding of the UN as a result. In that case, who cares what their resolutions say as we effectively remove ourselves from under their jurisdiction and our funding commitments. If the Iranians, Chinese and Russians can change their minds and positions at the drop of a hat, why not us?
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was quite vocal in expressing similar views, saying he would also propose a freeze in US funding to the organization. On Saturday he told CNN, “It’s that important to me. This is a road we haven’t gone down before. If you can’t show the American people that international organizations can be more responsible, there is going to be a break. And I am going to lead that break.”
Graham’s close ally in the Senate, John McCain (R-AZ) labeled the resolution as “conceived” and an “outrageous attack,” not taking the bait that it was merely a non-response to the actions of other powerful nations, such as Senegal, Malaysia and New Zealand.
Prime Minister Netanyahu expressed his anger and has effectively dismissed the Obama regime as non-existent, saying, he looks forward to working with the Trump administration to “negate the harmful effects of this absurd resolution.” He had a message for Mr. Kerry, one that applied to his cowardly chief executive as well, “Friends don’t take friends to the Security Council,” an obvious declaration that Mr. Netanyahu does not include either of them among the ranks of Israel’s friends.
Mr. Trump has vowed that things will be much different, in a positive way for US – Israeli relations, once he takes office. Obama isn’t so familiar with the Christian holiday, but perhaps this could turn out to be a Christmas gift to the world of sorts, despite Obama’s worst and most small-minded intentions.
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