New Pentagon advisor Douglas Macgregor said this about Mike Pompeo, Trump’s Secretary of State and former Director of the CIA:
[John] Bolton has become very, very rich and is in the position he’s in because of his unconditional support for the Israeli lobby. He is their man on the ground, in the White House. … The same thing is largely true for [Mike] Pompeo, he has aspirations to be president … He has his hands out for money from the Israeli lobby, the Saudis and others.”
I think the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and it’s subordinate elements or affiliated elements that represent enormous quantities of money that over many years have cultivated an enormous influence in power in Congress,” he said. “I think you’ve got a lot of people on the Hill who fall into two categories. One category that is interested in money and wants to be reelected, and they don’t want to run the risk of the various lobbies that are pushing military action against Iran to contribute money to their opponents.
In the waning days of the Trump administration, Mike Pompeo and allies are focused on cementing gains that the foreign state of Israel has made including ramping up hostility to Iran.
Pompeo vowed that the Trump administration will cut off government support for any organizations taking part in the BDS movement. Though Pompeo did not outline what groups might be targeted, the move could stop funds going to Palestinian and human rights organizations.
“We will immediately take steps to identify organizations that engage in hateful BDS conduct and withdraw U.S. government support for such groups,” Pompeo told Netanyahu. “The time is right. Look, we want to stand with all other nations that recognize the BDS movement for the cancer that it is, and we’re committed to combating it.”
Now it’s a “conspiracy theory” to believe what Pentagon advisor Douglas Macgregor said, that Pompeo is making a fortune by shilling for the Israel lobby and hopes that Israeli lobby money and support will help his future political endeavors.
To be a “non-conspiracy theorist” is to take Pompeo at face value: he believes that NOT doing business with the apartheid regime of Jew bigotry in Zionist-occupied Palestine is “anti-semitic” and “hate.” Criticizing Israel is “hate speech”
The two announcements added controversy and substance to what has otherwise been a largely symbolic farewell tour by Pompeo through Europe and the Middle East in the waning weeks of the Trump administration. Nowhere has Pompeo’s visit sounded more like a last hurrah than in Israel. He has repeatedly praised the administration’s steps that were long-sought by Israel, including recognizing Jerusalem as the capital and moving the U.S. Embassy there from Tel Aviv.
This is what the Trump administration is doing in its waning days. Aside from stringing along Trump voters with “QAnon” like conspiracy theories that Trump is “Fighting the Election Steal” behind the scenes, and that any day now, the courts will find that the Democrat Deep State stole the election by hacking the “Scorecard” voting machine software, Trump officials are shoring up support for the very narrow interests of the Israeli Likud party on the international stage, jawboning the Europeans and setting the Palestinians up for the “Final Solution” the Zionist Jews are currently inflicting on them.
This is “America First” folks.
You can be assured of this: if Mike Pompeo, or one of his allies, does run for President, or really any other office, it will be considered ‘anti-semitic’ to mention all the money and support his campaign is getting from Zionist Jews as payback for this behind the scenes support of Israel.
Perhaps you will be censored from social media like Facebook, Google, and Twitter for pointing this out. Pentagon advisor Douglas Macgregor can say it and be quoted in the Washington Post.
But if you say it you will be defamed by Jonathan Greenblatt, the “Borat” comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, and the Anti-Defamation League. They will call you an “anti-semite” who “hates Jews” and believes in “anti-semitic canards about Jews.”
Similarly, if you are a conservative and mention George Soros and his interference in American politics via spending hundreds of millions of dollars in political money, you will also be defamed as an “anti-semite” by the Anti-Defamation League.
The Anti-Defamation League is quoted by every single ‘mainstream’ media outlet as an “expert on hate” despite the Anti-Defamation League being openly Zionist and openly in support of racial and ethnic apartheid.
AIPAC and the ADL are the Jewish version of the Ku Klux Klan and the Nazi party, but the media won’t say that – instead, they will say that some regular white guy in Ohio that voted for Trump is a “white supremacist.”
It’s quite amazing isn’t it?