What Jewish Money? FrumForum on Israel & Political Fundraising

FrumForum today has an article entitled ‘Are Anti-Israel Claims Hurting Campbell’s War Chest?

The article blames California Republican Senate Candidate Tom Campbell’s lack of fundraising success on his supposed ‘anti-Israel’ stance.  Guess this isn’t an ‘anti-semitic canard’ anymore to discuss the influence of Jewish money in the American political system, and it’s effect on our foreign policy.

Joe Walker

The main problem that we face today is that the United States is not a democracy but a plutocracy run by Jews. This is why it is impossible to reform the United States since the Jews will always use their money to undermine any candidate who has the guts to stand up to them.

John Tanner

Tom Campbell endorsed the work of Ms. Allison Weir, who leads an anti-Israel organization called “If Americans Knew.” This organization calls on the United States to cut financial and diplomatic support for Israel. Campbell said the following about Ms. Weir’s work at If Americans Knew: “Ms. Weir presents a powerful, well documented view of the Middle East today. She is intelligent, careful, and critical. American policy makers would benefit greatly from hearing her first-hand observations and attempting to answer the questions she poses.”

Suggesting that the USA stop funding Israel is the core reason they are attacking Cambell.

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