South Dakota GOP Gov Kristi Noem Signs Executive Order Banning Boycotts of IsraelChris Menahan
Jan. 17, 2020
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Though Republicans won't lift a finger to protect the free speech rights of their own constituents on social media they're more than happy to violate their rights by outlawing boycotts of the foreign state of Israel.
From Middle East Monitor, "South Dakota governor signs anti-BDS executive order":
The Republican governor of South Dakota signed an executive order on Tuesday prohibiting state offices from conducting business with companies boycotting Israel.Note, it was Noem's first order of business.
President Trump signed a similar executive order in December to make Jews on college campuses a "protected class" so the federal government could pull funding from colleges which aren't sufficiently pro-Israel.
Journalist Abby Martin revealed last week that she was blocked from delivering a keynote speech at Georgia Southern University for refusing to "sign a contractual pledge to not boycott Israel" to comply with Georgia's anti-Boycott, Divest and Sanctions law and suggested Trump's executive order may have played a part.
Politico reported in September 2019 that the US government concluded that Israel appears to have placed stingray cell phone spying devices near the White House and throughout Washington DC to spy on the president and congress.
"[T]here were no consequences for Israel's behavior," Politico said, citing a former White House official.
Though we hear the media and politicians talk constantly about how sacrosanct and important the assessments of our intelligence agencies are, that assessment was basically completely ignored.
I wonder why?
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