Israel-Hating Sanders Says He'll 'Consider' Moving U.S. Embassy Back to Tel Aviv, Slanders Netanyahu


Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, who has recently revealed a deep hatred for the Jewish state, said at the latest presidential debate that he would “consider” moving the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem back to Tel Aviv and slandered Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Times of Israel reports.

The moderator asked Sanders about his racist attack on pro-Israel lobby AIPAC yesterday, saying, “What would you say to American Jews who might be concerned you’re not, from their perspective, supportive enough of Israel, and specifically, would you move the U.S. embassy back to Tel Aviv?”

“The answer is it’s something we would take into consideration,” Sanders replied.

Proclaiming himself “proud of being Jewish,” despite a lifelong indifference to the Jewish community and their concerns, he proceeded to launch a racist assault on Netanyahu.

“What I happen to believe is that right now, sadly, tragically, in Israel, through Bibi Netanyahu, you have a reactionary racist who is now running that country,” he said.

Charging Jews with “racism” is a constant mantra among antisemitic leftists.

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