Adelson and Saban were kingmakers, now they’re beggars

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The news that Donald Trump named a rightwing extremist, David Friedman, as ambassador to Israel is a sign of the new nationalism we are going to be seeing in this administration: Jews can have Israel and Palestine, but America is for Americans.

It is hardly a coincidence that Friedman was named at the same time as the trial balloon of neoconservative John Bolton for deputy secretary of State was being shot down from a hundred different angles. Republican megadonor Sheldon Adelson had pushed Bolton in a bid to recapitulate his role with George W. Bush, when he appeared to sign off on neoconservative policymakers throughout the administration. But then everyone from Condoleeza Rice to Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson himself signaled opposition to Bolton as a wildman and an author of the Iraq war, and Joe Scarborough and Chris Matthews savaged him on air.

Now the new name being bruited as Tillerson’s deputy is Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations, a safe conservative choice if ever there was one.

And David Friedman is the sop thrown to Adelson.

Compare this to the last time a Republican administration was coming into power. Sheldon Adelson gave $300,000 to the Republican national state elections committee and George W. Bush gifted flyweight Doug Feith a Pentagon policymaking position and gave neoconservatives free run of the administration, from Scooter Libby to Elliott Abrams to Richard Perle to Paul Wolfowitz.

Adelson is not alone. The last few days have seen a similar political spectacle on the Democratic side, the public humiliation of Haim Saban. For both these men, Israel is issue number one. And both parties have evidently had enough. The kingmakers are suddenly begging for crumbs.

Saban and Clinton, on an earlier occasion

Saban and Clinton

On the Democratic side, Saban tried to destroy Keith Ellison’s reputation two weeks ago, denouncing  him in a room filled with Washington insiders as “clearly an anti-Semite and anti-Israel,” and yet Keith Ellison is still walking around Washington as the lead candidate for or the chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee. Yesterday he was endorsed by Bernie Sanders and Clintonite Randi Weingarten. Ellison also has the backing of Chuck Schumer and other party stalwarts who used to shake in their boots when Saban walked into the room.

The last DNC chair all but mocked Palestinian suffering and for weeks in 2015 Hillary Clinton’s braintrust strategized behind closed doors with Saban over how best to oppose Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel.

Both these billionaire pillars of the Israel lobby are plainly losing influence. Even if they should win both appointment battles, it is clear that large portions of their parties have broken with them publicly, and do not fear their revenge.

The reasons for this power-drop are obvious. Populism has consequences; there were populist uprisings on both sides, showing open resistance to elites such as the Israel lobby. Money mattered less than ever in this election. Clinton outraised Trump two to one, and it didn’t matter; Trump won anyway. Before that, Clinton was nearly beaten by a populist campaign, Bernie Sanders’s, that raised money on the internet at $27 a pop, greatly reducing the influence of high rollers. If there is one big backer whose signature is all over the Clinton defeat, it’s Haim Saban. He was sending regular memos to campaign chair John Podesta on what was necessary for the campaign to do, including spending all that time on BDS. As if that was going to help Clinton with anyone but the Jewish establishment. It surely hurt her with the Democratic activist base.

Trump and Sanders were anti-establishment candidates whose backers on the right and the left are not afraid to talk about the Israel lobby. Keith Ellison’s base is the left side of the Democratic Party, young people, women, and people of color, who are turning strongly against Israel.

Trump’s campaign was explicitly America First; his base includes American nationalists and white nationalists who are sick of taking one for Israel in the Middle East. Trump may have gotten millions from Sheldon Adelson, but his campaign strategist Steve Bannon ran an ad that many felt was blaming Jewish bankers for job loss in Middle America; and though Bannon is pro-Zionist, he seems to feel no particular obligation to the lobby. He blew off Adelson’s outfit, the Zionist Organization of America, even after the ZOA stuck its neck out for him. The message was: America for Americans, Israel for the Jews.

Friedman has said he will have nothing to do with the liberal Zionist group J Street, even called them “kapos;” and that is another reason for Saban and Adelson’s loss of power. The Jewish establishment unity has at last been broken.

There is outright war among Jewish groups over what is good for Israel and what is good for America. You need a score card to keep track these days. The Jewish Federations refused to attend the Conference of Presidents Hanukkah party at a Trump hotel, and so did all the liberal Zionists. The Anti Defamation League is squabbling on its right with the ZOA and on its left with J Street. Jewish Voice for Peace, a non-Zionist group, gains prestige by the second; and Israel is becoming such a controversial issue that even some Jewish Federations are running away from it. And the young Jews of IfNotNow are shaming the leaders.

It’s finally happening: the Jewish community is gaining maturity and confidence, and demonstrating diversity on Middle East policy. There’s a growing sense among politicians that if a Democrat blows off Haim Saban or a Republican turns his/her back on Sheldon Adelson, they can find someone else in the Jewish community.

Now that Trump is telling the Jewish community and Adelson, you can have the West Bank and East Jerusalem, there is going to be open opposition at last from major segments of the Jewish establishment over what is good for Israel and what is good for American Jews. And a lot of them are going to answer: Palestinian solidarity. This is going to get a lot more interesting.

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  1. amigo
    December 16, 2016, 11:38 am

    Hope you are right Phil.I for one am getting tired seeing Adelson,s ugly kisser at the top of page.

    It would seem that the tide has turned and is on the way out , taking the flotsam and jetsam of the lobby with it and Americans can get on with running their nation without the interference of these 5th columner,s who show their allegiance to a foreign entity.

  2. Annie Robbins
    December 16, 2016, 11:40 am

    is bolton out? great, as i predicted.

    • amigo
      December 16, 2016, 11:55 am

      “is bolton out? great, as i predicted.” Annie.

      Yes you did.I recall that post.However, don,t be shocked if he shows up somewhere in the mix.These slippery snakes have an uncanny habit of getting through the tiniest crack .

      He is one vile contemptible piece of work.

  3. Misterioso
    December 16, 2016, 12:16 pm

    Real anti-Semites love Sheldon Adelson. He makes it so easy for them.

    • scott9854958
      December 16, 2016, 11:53 pm

      Are you kidding? Adelson’s right out of a Coen Bros. movie. He reminds me of Herb Myerson in “Intolerable Cruelty,” a wheezing old man on life support twiddling his fingers like he’s still a master of the universe.

  4. kalithea
    December 16, 2016, 8:00 pm

    I’m not buying any of this.

    The only thing that needs to happen for Zionists of all stripes to rush into each other’s arms and make up is for Trump to move Friedman to Jerusalem and Palestinians to revolt with intifada, which of course, they’re going to do with good reason! So all this potential divisive drama and pretend wailing to be displayed by so-called Lib Zios over the fate of Zionism in the hands of extremists and righteous navel gazing will be kabuki theater meant to cleanse so-called Liberal Zionists while the deal with the devil is done. There might be litres upon litres of ink wasted crying over the legitimacy of it all purely for show.

    What should be addressed is how dangerous it is for a radical who wants Egypt to rule Gaza and Jordan to rule the West Bank to become Ambassador for such policy, and for the grand theft that is about to defraud Palestinians of years of struggle, their land, justice and all their rights and force them to be permanently segregated from all their refugee brothers and sisters while living on Bantustan patches of land in between sprawling illegal settlements built on their stolen state .

    This Zionist against Zionist, Jew against Jew charade is not going to lead anywhere and it’s pure fantasy to think that somehow Zionists on one side will save the day when they hardly shed a tear for Gaza while it was being pounded into the ground twice first by Kadima and then by Likudis! There is no difference between Zionists of any stripe. The ones who pretend they’re on the Left for everything but full rights for Palestinians and pre-67 borders are different from their right-wing comrades only in that they’re totally hypocritical; while their right-wing counterparts are not ashamed to show themselves for who they really are – criminals, occupiers, land grabbers and racist colonizers.

    So I don’t expect a moral uprising happening any time soon or at any time at all among Zionists even Jews that will rescue the Palestinians from the fate that awaits them under a Trump Presidency and it galls me that this devastating appointment and assurances to Netanyahu are something to celebrate or be hopeful about! What’s the matter with everyone since Trump was elected? I swear, people are spinning every move he makes into something haplessly hopeful and earth shattering. I’m aghast at the self-deception.

    So Adelson got a sop and that’s it for his 35 million (10 after the primaries and 25 just prior to the election)? Well he didn’t just get that! He’s getting his dreams fulfilled: an Ambassador that embraces the settler movement, an undivided capital Jerusalem for Zionism, a solution to the Palestinian problem; handing them over to Egypt and Jordan’s governance while keeping all their land and finally a potential invasion of Iran once the deal is torn up as Trump promised. Geez; I’d say Adelson scored basement cheap and came out the big winner!

    And you think that in appointing his Zionist son-in-law Kushner to the East Wing probably to inherit the new-emerging political Trump dynasty to potentially become the first Zionist President in U.S. history represents America First?

    And you think Saban isn’t benefitting from this outcome? Don’t you know by now that Zionists hedge both sides for the exact same goal and cause? So the fact that Saban got a huge consolation prize with the appointment of Zionist shill, Chuck Schumer, as minority leader in the Senate; that’s just crumbs. And you think that having a Democratic leader in the Senate who was opposed to the Iran deal; who tried to pressure Democrats to attend Netanyahu’s speech to Congress amongst other machinations on behalf of Zionism isn’t a huge score for AIPAC, Saban, Adelson and the entire Zionist apparatus that rules Washington?

    Nothing’s changed. It’s only 100 times worse and there’s nothing here to celebrate. Palestinians even worse than the rest of us have hard times and darkness ahead.

    • Sibiriak
      December 16, 2016, 8:58 pm

      kalithea,

      Well stated. Indeed, there is here’s nothing here to celebrate.

      • W.Jones
        December 17, 2016, 3:26 am

        Sibiriak,
        What do you think about rejection of Bolton?

    • oldgeezer
      December 16, 2016, 9:21 pm

      @kalithea

      I agree totally.

      They are no longer king makers but kings. Zionists are racial supremacists. Left or right they are racists and there is no such thing as a good racist.

      I still this isn’t going to end well for Israel. Perhaps for mankind. This level of evil won’t escapemassive blowback.

    • eljay
      December 16, 2016, 9:53 pm

      || kalithea @ December 16, 2016, 8:00 pm ||

      Good post.

    • Keith
      December 17, 2016, 12:06 am

      KALITHEA- “What’s the matter with everyone since Trump was elected? I swear, people are spinning every move he makes into something haplessly hopeful and earth shattering.”

      Say what? From my perspective, mostly I see delusional liberals spinning everything Trump does as a sign of the end times. Lordy, lordy, if only Saint Hillary hadn’t been undone by the Satanic Putin!

      • Mooser
        December 17, 2016, 11:50 am

        “Say what? From my perspective, mostly I see delusional liberals spinning everything Trump does as a sign of the end times. Lordy, lordy, if only Saint Hillary hadn’t been undone by the Satanic Putin!”

        Are you aware that on Jan 20th, Obama and his administration will be leaving Washington, and Trump becomes President and runs the Executive Branch?

      • Keith
        December 17, 2016, 2:53 pm

        MOOSER- “Are you aware that on Jan 20th, Obama and his administration will be leaving Washington, and Trump becomes President and runs the Executive Branch?”

        I’m not so sure that will happen. With Obama stating that Putin interfered with the election, the stage has been set for a color revolution coup d’ etat. No, I am not joking. These “Russian hacking the election” charges have gone much too far to be walked backwards. Then you will have your wish. Hillary and Victoria Nuland, Soros and the CIA. Think that is an improvement, do you?

      • Sibiriak
        December 17, 2016, 4:24 pm

        Mooser on Jan 20th, Obama and his administration will be leaving Washington, and Trump becomes President…
        ——————

        He will most likely assume office, but his legitimacy may be so deeply and irreversibly damaged that he’ll be virtually a lame duck* from day one.

        (Imagine the reaction now if President Trump announced a meeting with Putin to discuss reducing tensions, solving the Ukraine crisis, working together in Syria etc.)

        (* insert image: Donald Trump as lame duck, script by Mooser)

      • Mooser
        December 17, 2016, 7:25 pm

        “I’m not so sure that will happen. With Obama stating that Putin interfered with the election, the stage has been set for a color revolution coup d’ etat.”

        Trump thinks he’s the only one who can play hardball?

    • Marnie
      December 17, 2016, 2:41 am

      “There is no difference between Zionists of any stripe.”

      “Nothing’s changed. It’s only 100 times worse and there’s nothing here to celebrate. Palestinians even worse than the rest of us have hard times and darkness ahead.”

  5. Atlantaiconoclast
    December 17, 2016, 1:19 am

    I wish you guys would focus on changing minds of the greater body politic of the US. There will never be enough anti Zionist Jews to make much of a difference when there are so many Christian Zionists and people who have no clue what has really happened in Palestine. And they will not be moved by the suffering of Palestinians, but by appeals to American interests.

    • Mooser
      December 17, 2016, 11:39 am

      As I understand it, “Christian Zionists” are convinced that what happens in “Israel” (the ‘ingathering of the Choosin people’) means more to the US than anything else.
      And will bring on “the rapture”.

      You go explain to them about “America’s interest”.

      • Atlantaiconoclast
        December 18, 2016, 2:24 pm

        I try, but I would have more success if I was joined by people spending so much energy in ways that never seem to change the situation for the better.

        Yes, Christian Zionists are a tough nut to crack, but they are also patriots, and if they can be shown that Israel has taken us to war for ITS interests, rather than OUR’s, that it has spied, and actually attacked the US in different ways, some of which are obvious in FBI Reports but remain shrouded by gatekeepers afraid of being called anti Semitic.

      • Mooser
        December 18, 2016, 6:43 pm

        “Yes, Christian Zionists are a tough nut to crack, but they are also patriots,”

        So there you go, they are for America, and America is for Israel. Which also fits in with God’s plan. So what’s the problem? Don’t you like America? Of course you do! Don’t you like Jews, and their place in God’s plan? Of course you do. So do the patriotic thing, and be for Israel.

  6. ToivoS
    December 17, 2016, 5:59 am

    Phil, I think this is one of your better posts. It puts together a number of questions that I have had that were just lurking below the surface. Trump did the right thing giving Friedman the ambassadorship to Israel. If any of the billionaire political contributors complain about any of his policies he only has to show them Friedman and ask: Isn’t that what you were demanding? Well I (Trump speaking here) have delivered. So just shut the F** up.

    So what does this mean? The US embassy goes to Jerusalem. The two state solution is dead. More settlers will more to the West Bank with the blessing of the US. As far as the movement for justice for Palestine nothing has changed. It just means that the issues are now completely transparent and the hasbara brigades cannot any longer disguise what is really going on. The next steps will be naked and open annexation if not outright ethnic cleansings.

    In any case it does seem that Sabin and Adelson have certainly lost a lot of influence. That was something I did not anticipate from Trump’s victory.

    • NorthCascadian
      December 17, 2016, 9:44 pm

      My fantasy scenerio: Trump says “you go Israel, but we really can’t afford all this ‘aid’. ” Good luck with the west bank without American money.

  7. just
    December 17, 2016, 11:50 am

    I much prefer this title to the one that I read yesterday that had me scratchin’ my poor head and nearly rendered me mute.

    Thanks, Phil. I wish that I could share your hopeful optimism.

  8. Citizen
    December 17, 2016, 9:13 pm

    The only hope is that the main media hates Trump so much it allows the real Israeli-Palestinian issues to be discussed in historical and factual context on primetime TV so that We, The People get to enjoy an actual dosage of informed consent.

  9. Jackdaw
    December 18, 2016, 12:04 am

    “And David Friedman is the sop thrown to Adelson.”

    Uhhh…doesn’t the fact that Friedman has been Trump’s personal attorney for 20 years have something to do with his appointment?

    • Mooser
      December 18, 2016, 12:25 pm

      “doesn’t the fact that Friedman has been Trump’s personal attorney for 20 years have something to do with his appointment?”

      Yes, probably a whole lot, but certainly nothing good. Maybe Trump hasn’t got the slightest idea what Friedman’s views on settlements are, Friedman is his long-standing personal attorney and said he wanted the job, that’s good enough for Trump.
      That makes it all honky-dory, I guess.

      • Mooser
        December 18, 2016, 1:54 pm

        So the lawyer who ‘parked’ the debt from Trump’s multiple bankruptcies will now be Pres. Trump’s Ambassador to Israel.
        That should work well.

      • (((James North)))
        December 18, 2016, 2:13 pm

        Moose: Where’s your sock puppet, “Grober?” Time to rev him up to comment on Trump’s lawyer, no?

      • Jackdaw
        December 18, 2016, 3:15 pm

        @Mooser
        @ James (((Jews don’t need your help fighting anti-Semites)))North

        Trump knows full well what Friedman’s ideas on the settlements are.
        Several years ago, Trump donated $10,000 to the Beit El settlement in his friend Friedman’s name. See today’s WaPo.

      • Mooser
        December 18, 2016, 3:30 pm

        “Where’s your sock puppet, “Grober?”

        He’ll come out when I get drunk enough.

      • Mooser
        December 18, 2016, 6:22 pm

        “Trump knows full well what Friedman’s ideas on the settlements are.”

        There you go Jackdaw! You’ve got it made. Donald may not be the Messiah, but he’s sure to be Zionism’s big last Trump.

  10. atime forpeace
    December 18, 2016, 12:34 am

    Adelson and Saban were kingmakers, now they’re beggars

    A countercoup may have been staged.

  11. Maghlawatan
    December 18, 2016, 10:30 am

    “the Jewish community is gaining maturity and confidence -”

    I’ll believe it when I see it. Let’s wait until the AIPAC conference

    American political business as usual is played by a praying mantis. Zionism is exposed to the light. Zionism doesn’t like the light.

  12. hophmi
    December 19, 2016, 1:49 pm

    Your analysis on Bolton is another example of your penchant for reasoning that if someone Jewish supports a person or policy, whatever happens to that person or policy becomes “Jewish.”

    Many Jews and non-Jews have strong feelings about John Bolton. Seeing his apparent fall as an Adelson thing is opportunistic conspiratorial nonsense. Adelson will make out well; he’s the only major GOP donor who supported Trump.

    This piece also confirms my suspicion that you’ll ally yourself with white supremacists when it serves your political interest.

    • Mooser
      December 19, 2016, 3:01 pm

      “This piece also confirms my suspicion that you’ll ally yourself with white supremacists when it serves your political interest.”

      “Hophmi” you have hit the bulls-eye, rung the bell, and are entitled to cigar or coco-nut, winner’s choice!
      “This analysis is nothing new. It is typical of Phil’s writing, which suggests, as it always does, the Phil has internalized anti-Jewish hatred, and like those secularist Jews in Europe who looked down upon their brethren or converted to Christianity to escape their Judaism, Phil adopts the classic tropes of the self-hater.
      Self-hatred is a disease. It is a sad disease borne of many generations of persecution, but it is a disease. And Phil is afflicted with it, as many Jews have been in the past. And it is usually the self-haters who cause the worst damage to the Jewish community, precisely because of how small it is.” – http://mondoweiss.net/profile/hophmi/?keyword=fall+away#sthash.Hj5Wxl53.dpuf

  13. gingershot
    December 19, 2016, 8:06 pm

    I think it incredibly important right now to start calling out and identifying Kahanism as Kahanism – to start calling Kahanists out as Kahanists. We need to develop the vocabulary, language and conceptual framework to understand Kahanists – all of which have been forbidden and tabooed by the beneficiaries of being unstoppable

    It’s time to TEACH America about Kahanism and how it works in Israel as well as the US. David Friedman and the Senate confirmation fight is one teachable moment for teaching America about Kahanists, the Palestine Annexation Law is certainly another.

    We need to see the debate with our well known pundits/foreign policy personalities (Tom Friedman. David Brooks, Beinart, Goldberg, etc) as they SPLIT even futher into their corners, as Beinart and so many others now see happening.

    They need to be SEEN and SEEN being Seen. We need lots of sunlight and lots of exposure as America starts filling in a lot of data points and develops the vocabulary, language and critical faculties that the Lobby has made so sure to obfuscate and blind Americans to over the last decades

    America needs to SEE THE SPLIT of Jewish power, America needs to begin understanding Kahanism, and to begin looking differently at our famous Neocons/Israeli Lobby/Jewish Lobby that has been having so much fun the last number of years and is chuffed to the bollocks regarding many of Trump’s appointments.

    America needs to start seeing Kahanism in Israel as well with Netanyahu himself being a perfect example of Kahanism, also Bennett, Smotrich, Marzel etc.

    Yes, Hillary’s buddy and personal friend Bibi, the Kahanist. Imagine the optics of that in a decade or two – openly Kahanist buddies.

    All the Amona protests had the Kahanists (Marzel, Smotrich, etc) coming out of the woodwork as reported in a number of Israeli papers. The Settler movement and the governments supporting them have ALL been Kahanists/Jewish Supremacists/Creators of Apartheid

    David Friedman is a great model and teachable moment for Kahanism – but we have some old business to take care of as well, because it should become eventually common knowledge in the US (and be taught in the Universtities, etc) that the Neocons have been Kahanist all along

    Yep, America’s Clean Break-wars are Kahanist-wars, those smiling Neocons are Kahanist fascists, to a degree that Kahanism has really become a genuine dominant movement of ‘American fascism’

    Oh dear, ‘Kahanist America’ and it’s Kahanist Clean Break-wars, what will the historians say? What will we teach our kids?

    The Neocons have served to ‘normalize Kahanism’ to a couple of generations of Americans now – America now needs rise up and REJECT Kahanist thought, plans, and acts (the Kahanist Clean Break-wars including the Iraq War, near war on Iran, near full war with Syria, Libya, annexation of Palestine, etc)

    Obama is a Transformational American president regarding Jewish power in the US and Israel – stopping the Israeli/Israeli Lobby putsch on the Iran Deal, stopping a war with Iran that Israel tried to trigger several times and was in motion to attack (until he stuffed Bibi on it) in Sept/Oct 2012, and now, STOPPING Israeli annexation of Palestine/Palestine Annexation Law with the coming UN Sec Co Resolution support.

    If everybody can start identifying Kahanist ideology (like David Friedman, Bibi, Bennett, Smotrich, the Neocons) and calling it by name – then we are off to the races

    It’s time to drag the Kahanist Nightflower out in the sun and roast it like a poblano pepper on the grill – it’s time to OUT all the Neocons as the Kahanists,, and the Clean Break-wars as aggressive militant Political Judaism which is KAHANIST

    The terrific thing all the fresh exposure of the Nightflower that is taking place because of the David Friedman nomination, the Palestine Annexation Law (which hasn’t even impacted yet), the early January blockbuster UN Sec Co Resolution. Saban’s smears against Ellison, it’s all terrific and OUT THERE IN THE OPEN so people can say YUCK

    Obama laughed at Bibi’s 911 Video with Bibi’s crocodile tears over Palestinians ethnically cleansing Jews from Judea and Samaria (Trudeau calling it ‘inappropriate and unhelpfu’ and Obama laughed at it and the horse it rode in on – this is the behaviour of a sociopath or borderline and Obama was having none of it – that’s the SAME SMARTS we need to disseminate to all Americans to not buy the ‘Abuser as the Victim’ game Bibi loves. Friedman supports that same S&M suckers game.

    Reject the ‘Abuser as victim’ game and let’s take the abuser down. It’s ‘clinical’ and many people are finally starting to see this

    The Kahanist Alt Right is part of the same sucker’s game – we hear the faux cries of ‘anti-semitism’ when the Kahanist Alt Right reveres Israel and it’s Kahanists.

    The only Jews Steve Bannon, Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann DON’T like are the ones who aren’t Kahanist enough to match their toxic messianic Kahanism/Neoconism. They’ll take their Jews Kahanist, thank you

    Yep, ‘real Kahanists want to go to Iran’ – Sarah, Hillary, Flynn, Bolton, Pompeo, Sessions, Cheney, Kristol, Boot, Krauthammer and the REST of the Neocons

    Breivik, Wilders, LePen, Velvet Glove Kahanist Hillary, Kahanist Dick Cheney, and the REST of the Kahanist Neocons – it’s all one big bag of Kahanists.

    Beinart remarked recently in Haaretz on the American Jewish center no longer holding – using as models the the Kahanist ZOA Wing SPLITTING with Liberal Jews

    I love to see the major Jewish TV personalities to be SEEN and seen to be seen as SPLIT – and for America to understand enough to understand why – and that all has to do with understanding American Kahanists – from Sarah Palin and Steve Bannon to Krauthammer, Cheney, and Bolten

    I want the split visible to the American public so the American public can start having a more mature take on Jewish power in America – particulary on Kahanist Jewish power in America

  14. Jackdaw
    December 21, 2016, 12:15 am

    Many Americans are experiencing a Trump election hangover.

    Phil Weiss and company are experiencing a hangover, and seeing giant bugs crawling over the floor.

    • Mooser
      December 21, 2016, 12:15 pm

      “Phil Weiss and company are experiencing a hangover, and seeing giant bugs crawling over the floor . “

      Now, there’s a real “zinger”! Took “Jackdaw” two days to come up with it and he’s got his Kafka on backwards, but what a “zinger”!

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