On Tuesday, dual citizen and Israel-firster Orthodox Jew, Senator Joe Lieberman, announced on the Senate floor: “Bottom line, we can’t protect these (social security) entitlements and also have the national defense we need to protect us in a dangerous world, while we’re at war with Islamist extremists who attacked us on 9/11 and will be for a long time to come”. Watch video below.
In 2008, in an interview Lieberman gave to Israeli daily Ha’aretz, he said: “Why lovers of Israel should vote for McCain – because he is the candidate most likely to thwart a nuclear Iran“.
Mohamed Younis, a Washington-based senior analyst at the Abu Dhabi Gallup Center, debunks Lieberman’s anti-Muslim stereotypes Zionist propaganda by saying: “Jewish Americans are more likely than Muslim Americans to say that Muslims face prejudice in the United States. Sixty-six percent of Jewish Americans agree that most Americans are prejudiced toward Muslims in the United States; 60 percent of Muslim Americans agree with that statement (based a recent poll conducted among Americans of all faiths) ”.
Joe Lieberman with his fellow senators John McCain, Charles Schumer and John Kerry (grandson of a Jewish couple) – has supported US wars on Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya. He has called Obama to invade Yemen, Syria and Iran. Lieberman was also major campaigner for both Hamas and Hizbullah to be listed as ‘terrorist organizations’ by the US State Department for waging armed resistance against the Zionist regime.
“Although it would be hard to think of anyone who has done more to undermine American freedoms than Joe Lieberman, Michael Chertoff runs him a close second. A mere 45 days after the September 11 attacks, the infamous 342-page document known as the USA PATRIOT Act was signed into law. It was co-authored by Chertoff, then head of the Justice Department’s criminal division. Chertoff, whose mother, Livia Eisen, was an El Al air hostess believed to have had links to the Mossad, was appointed secretary of Homeland Security in 2005, after having been endorsed for the job by Senators Schumer and Lieberman,” wrote Maidhc Ó Cathail, a freelance writer living in Japan.