Senate Unites to Ban US Citizens From Boycotting Israel, Give Israel $38BChris Menahan
Jan. 29, 2019
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The Senate can't agree on anything to help America but they can agree fully on making it illegal for Americans to boycott the state of Israel and giving Israel $38 billion from US taxpayers.
From the Times Of Israel:
The United States Senate overwhelmingly passed controversial legislation on Monday to curb boycotts against Israel, its first move since returning from a several-week government shutdown.As The Forward reported last month, the ADL said in a private memo that the anti-BDS law was blatantly unconstitutional and would create antisemitism, but they backed it anyways.
As a reminder, Trump can't get $5 billion to secure a few sections of America's border, but Israel can get $38 billion from US taxpayers to build up their defenses to the hilt -- which includes multiple giant, nearly impenetrable walls (which they defend with deadly force).
Bloomberg reports the bill also includes new sanctions on Syria:
The Senate advanced legislation that would impose new sanctions on Syria, more than a month after President Donald Trump said he would withdraw American forces from the conflict there.The government should have never been reopened.
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