The media is highlighting Democratic candidate John Fetterman’s health issues in the only debate televised on October 25th.
Personally, I have witnessed worse performances. Fetterman’s problems aren’t surrounding his stroke recovery. It’s his pre-stroke political record.
The most important answer given by a candidate at any debate came in the Pennsylvania Senate debate. Even the Jewish media has ignored it.
Dr. Mehmet Oz was asked about what country Americans should be concerned about. Without hesitation, Oz stated he felt Iran because of their constant threats to Israel. He said with his leadership in Washington he will cross party lines and assure Israel that we won’t have an Iranian Nuclear Deal, but rather prove to our ally that they can trust America to stand with them.
I knew Dr. Oz was a supporter long before he announced his candidacy. His close relationship with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is well known in Jewish circles.
Dr. Oz is the first Muslim candidate from any major party running for the United States Senate. He opposes Sharia Law and believes that the United States was founded on Judeo-Christian values.
Fetterman Is No Friend To Jews
I am often asked if Fetterman is Jewish. He is not. I am asked if he will support Israel as an elected official.
I feel he can be trusted as an ally to Israel as he can be trusted on his flip flops on fracking.
Fetterman claims to support Israel and his Jewish constituents. I find it hard to believe.
As both a mayor and the state lieutenant governor, Fetterman’s policies were progressive.
Fetterman claims to be a strong supporter of Israel–United States relations and said if he is elected as a U.S. senator, he will “lean in” on the “relationship between the United States and Israel”. He said that the U.S.–Israel relationship “is a special one that needs to be safeguarded, protected, supported and nurtured through legislation and all available diplomatic efforts in the region”. He supports United States foreign aid to Israel, including Iron Dome funding. Fetterman criticized Congressional Democrats who voted against Iron Dome funding, calling them “fringe” and “extreme”. Fetterman has said he supports the right of Israel to defend itself and is “passionate” in his opposition to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement. He supported a law signed into law by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf that barred Pennsylvania from entering into contracts with companies that boycott Israel. He supports a two-state solution and the expansion of the Abraham Accords, the Arab-Israeli agreements brokered under the Trump administration.
Yet, he has supported and is supported by Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and AOC. Somehow, previous words and actions will be forgotten and collaborating with progressives on anti-Israel legislation seems probable.
One business past event made negative headlines as well.
According to the Washington Free Beacon last September, the Senate hopeful operates a nonprofit that hosted an anti-Israel art exhibit that demonized Israel as an “apartheid state” and spread slanderous falsehoods about the Jewish State.
“Fetterman’s gallery, UnSmoke Systems, hosted an exhibit in 2012 titled “I Am Palestine,” featuring a so-called apartheid wall that condemns the 440-mile Israeli-built barrier separating Israel from the West Bank following a wave of Palestinian suicide bombings launched from the territory that left roughly 700 Israeli civilians dead.” Fetterman’s campaign team defended the exhibit.
Even the left-leaning ADL has called out Fetterman. Fetterman’s gallery, which is supported by his nonprofit Braddock Redux, also commissioned a mural in 2008 entitled “Three Boys Living in the Shadow of the Separation Wall” from an artist, Swoon, who is a prominent anti-Israel activist and has called for a cultural boycott of the Jewish state.
One of the artists featured in the 2012 exhibit, Karina Goulordava, served at the time as vice president of the University of Pittsburgh chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine, a group that “disseminates anti-Israel propaganda often laced with inflammatory and at times combative rhetoric,” according to the Anti-Defamation League. The student group often uses apartheid walls at its anti-Israel rallies “depicting Israel alone as responsible for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” the ADL says.
For Jews, the choice is clear, vote for Dr. Mehmet Oz.
Cindy Grosz is The Jewess Patriot, Radio’s Premiere Jewish Activist syndicated through Conservative Television of America, Real Talk Radio and the Black and White Network. The show streams through RokuTV, Amazon FireTV, iHeart, Spotify and Deezer and out of Israel through Jewish Podcasts. She ran as a pro-Trump congressional candidate in 2020. She is the chair of Jewish Vote GOP and a Jewish advisor for many 2022 candidates. Her lawsuit against the NYCDOE exposes scandals and corruption within public schools. She can be reached through firstname.lastname@example.org