On Tuesday, I wrote that a five-man team from Obama’s 2012 campaign went to Israel for the purpose of defeating Benjamin Netanyahu in that country’s upcoming election. One of the organizations partnering with the group spearheading that effort is the U.S. State Department.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, responded to the news with a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry wondering if, in fact, U.S. taxpayer dollars are being used to undermine Israel’s election.
“We write to express strong concerns over the recent media reports that a U.S. taxpayer funded 501(c)(3) non-profit organization called OneVoice is actively working with a campaign operation called V15 or ‘Victory 2015’ in an effort to influence the outcome of the elections in Israel on March 17, 2015,” he wrote.
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“There appears to be a danger that U.S. taxpayer funds are being used to directly shape the outcome of the upcoming Israeli election — and specifically to campaign against Prime Minister Netanyahu — something all would agree would be highly inappropriate,” he added.
Obama has said he would not meet with Netanyahu when the prime minister arrives in March to address Congress. His excuse? It would be inappropriate for him to do so this close to an election. But it appears the regime thinks it’s appropriate to undermine the election of an ally.
— Proud Conservative (@TruthBToldDe) January 28, 2015
That just about sums it up.
Cruz demanded an investigation and wants answers to five simple questions:
Last November, Cruz declared the era of Obama’s lawlessness is “over.” It seems, however, the regime is just getting warmed up.
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