The Rare Norm last year Share Tweet Pin Share The most blindly pro-Israel propogandists are GOP assholes who sabotaged Obama by inviting Netanyahu to Congress to interfere in American politics and insult Obama. GOP propogandists are pro-Russia because Russia helped Trump in 2016. They are blind pro-Israel ideologues. Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? Israeli meddling in American politics is a serious issue and shouldn’t be dismissed just because Russia meddles in American politics too! They have one thing in common. Both of them like the Trump administration. Only two countries in the entire world which have a majority positive opinion of Trump (including the US). Although Israel loves Trump more. Trump administration has given the far right Israeli government everything it wanted. The US ambassador to Israel is more far-right advocate of Israel compared to even the Israeli ambassador to the US. There were some sane Republicans back in the day who weren’t completely blind like Donald Trump and his Israel first foreign policy. Israel is an entitled arrogant ungrateful ally to the US too. It’s Israel who is the spoiled brat which recieves bilions of dollars and tells American leaders to fuck off if they make the smallest of request to adhere to International law. Robert Gates: ‘Israel is an ungrateful ally’ After their first meeting at the White House, Clinton was annoyed by Netanyahu’s approach and conduct, and famously asked his aides – “who is the fucking superpower here?” Netanyahu came to Congress to promote the Iraq War too. Netanyahu boasted, “If you take out Saddam, I guarantee you that it will have enormous positive reverberations on the region.” When Bush asked Israel to stop the illegal setllements Israel accused Bush to demanding the holocaust. Indeed, when the Bush administration called on the Shamir government to halt all Jewish settlements on Arab land, Netanyahu told an Israeli news outlet that, “the meaning of the American demand is to return Israel to the borders of Auschwitz.” Baker wasn’t the only Bush administration official who wanted Bibi banned from government premises. Robert Gates, who served in the administration as deputy national security advisor and later as CIA Director, advocated barring Netanyahu from the White House. Writing years later in his own memoirs , Gates recounted that after he first met Netanyahu in 1991, “I was offended by his glibness and his criticisms of U.S. policy—not to mention his arrogance and outlandish ambition—and I told national security adviser Brent Scowcroft that Bibi ought not be allowed back on White House grounds.” “I cannot bear Netanyahu, he’s a liar,” Sarkozy told Obama, unaware that the microphones in their meeting room had been switched on, enabling reporters in a separate location to listen in to a simultaneous translation. “You’re fed up with him, but I have to deal with him even more often than you,” Obama replied, according to the French interpreter.