Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors called for the “end” of Israel at a 2015 panel hosted a Harvard Law School. Unearthed by The National Pulse, the clip comes from a panel entitled “Globalizing Ferguson: Racialized Policing and International Resistance” hosted by the prestigious law school’s Human Rights Program. Cullors, who recently announced her resignation from the Black Lives Matter (BLM) Global Network Foundation, explicitly called for “the end” of Israel at the event: “Palestine is our generation’s South Africa, and if we don’t step up boldly and courageously to end the imperialist project that’s called Israel, we’re doomed.” “We
Bernie Sanders national surrogate American Zahr called for his supporters to “stop condemning” anti-semitism and terrorism amidst violence in Israel and Gaza.
A Senior State Department official today accepted that aid from President Biden’s regime to Gaza may end up replenishing the terror arsenal of Hamas – the Iranian funded group which has refused to conduct elections since 2006. The group – designated a terrorist entity by the United States, the Organization of American States, Japan, Israel, the EU, and Canada – may now find itself on the receiving end of Biden State Department largesse. Speaking earlier on Monday, the State Department spokesman was asked: “How can the U.S. guarantee aid to Gaza won’t be diverted toward replenishing the Hamas arsenal?” The
Former Senator Ted Kaufman, who’s leading Joe Biden’s transition efforts, and Alexander Mackler, who serves on Biden’s agency review team, repeatedly attacked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in emails found on Hunter Biden’s hard drive, The National Pulse can reveal. The January 27th, 2015 email – obtained exclusively by the National Pulse via the hard-drive of the former veep’s son – reveals Hunter Biden’s business partner Eric Schwerin forwarding a Politico article about then-Speaker of the House John Boehner inviting Netanyahu to speak to a joint meeting of Congress. Schwerin attacks Boehner’s logic as “incorrect,” to which Mackler responds by