'Betrayal': David Horowitz Slams Bill Kristol As 'Renegade Jew' For Undermining Donald TrumpChris Menahan
May. 16, 2016
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Former Neocon David Horowitz slammed Neocon godfather Bill Kristol as a "renegade Jew" for "preparing a third party effort to block Trump's path to the White House."
"Their plan is to run a candidate who could win three states and enough votes in the electoral college to deny both parties the needed majority," Horowitz writes.
"This would throw the election into the House of Representatives, which would then elect a candidate the Kristol group found acceptable. The fact that this would nullify the largest vote ever registered for a Republican primary candidate, the fact that it would jeopardize the Republican majorities in both the House and Senate, and more than likely make Hillary Clinton president, apparently doesn’t faze Kristol and company at all. This is to give elitism a bad name."
Horowitz was formerly one of the biggest supporters of the Neocons and their middle east wars, yet in his column yesterday on Breitbart he said "re-thinking" of interventionism "is in order" and through implication called out Bill Kristol as an Israel-Firster.
Responding to Kristol's claim Trump's non-interventionist policies "resemble Barack Obama," Horowitz writes:
Contrary to Kristol, far from being a non-interventionist, Obama conducted two interventions against dictators in Egypt and Libya with disastrous consequences. The intervention in Libya, which Kristol supported, has created two million refugees, hundreds of thousands of corpses, and a terrorist state. One might suppose that a little re-thinking of interventionism would be in order. Trump’s readiness to rethink interventionism is hardly the same as Obama’s strategy of retreat and surrender.Now the money quote:
“Getting out of the nation-building business and instead focusing on creating stability in the world” is hardly an Obama policy, as Kristol suggests. Obama’s intervention in Eygpt, put the Muslim Brotherhood in power; when the Egyptian military then overthrew the Brotherhood, Obama sided with the Brotherhood and alienated the most important power in the Middle East. These acts, together with Obama’s withdrawal from Iraq and waffling in Syria, created a power vacuum that spread instability throughout the region.
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