RFK Jr. Deletes Tweet Praising Roger Waters, Pledges Support for Israel And Joins Pro-Israel MarchChris Menahan
Jun. 05, 2023
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Robert F Kennedy Jr pulled his support for Roger Waters and pledged his support for Israel on Sunday, meeting with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach to heap praise on the Jewish state and join a pro-Israel march waving an Israeli flag.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach wrote on Twitter:
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach today met with Democratic Presidential candidate Robert Kennedy, Jr. and discussed Israel, the rise of antisemitism, and Kennedy’s recent tweet where he supported Roger Waters. “It was courageous of Bobby to come and meet me and reassert his lifelong support of Israel and the Jewish people, continuing in the legacy of his great father who was murdered by Palestinian gunman Sirhan Sirhan because of his own support of Israel in 1968.” Rabbi Shmuley and Kennedy discussed the volatile situation in the Middle East and the challenges facing America for more than two hours.Boteach went on a tweetstorm highlighting RFK Jr's "clarification":
Despite being a proud supporter of Israel, I can't help but notice RFK Jr. on his own Twitter account didn't make a single post about his meeting with Boteach, his joining a pro-Israel march or his condemnation of Roger Waters over his stance on Israel.
Incidentally, Mark Zuckerberg's Meta restored RFK Jr.'s Instagram account later the same day.
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