This is what a future State of Palestine can look like, with a capital in parts of East Jerusalem. pic.twitter.com/39vw3pPrAL— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 28, 2020
Look who i found, his majesty, Sheldon Adelson, himself, attending the Trump Netanyahu plan ceremony. https://t.co/MsIoWhg6Q3— Justice4Palestine (@RoadJustice1) January 29, 2020
In 2015, Trump accused his GOP rivals of being “puppets” for the party’s donor class. In 2020, no one is a bigger VIP in the Trump Administration than Sheldon Adelson. I wonder if Trump would agree that he’s being “controlled” by this donor, as he alleged of his rivals in 2015 pic.twitter.com/LIIPwSf3Eb— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) January 28, 2020
The winning never stops.
In December, Trump issued his executive order on anti-Semitism on college campuses. Then in early January, he assassinated Qasem Soleimani for Israel and nearly plunged us into a war with Iran. Now, it is not even February yet and he is giving the West Bank to Israel.
“JERUSALEM — The only immediate consequence of the Trump peace plan — and possibly all that will ever come of it — was the green light President Trump gave to Israel Tuesday to expand its territory by effectively annexing vast stretches of land it has long coveted on the West Bank.
On paper, the plan offers the Palestinians a state, at last, as well as a partial four-year settlement freeze while they mull it over.
But Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will not wait, saying that he would move Sunday to apply sovereignty over the strategically vital Jordan Valley and to all Jewish settlements in the West Bank. …”
“WASHINGTON — President Trump unveiled his long-awaited Middle East peace plan with a flourish on Tuesday, outlining a proposal that would give Israel most of what it has sought over decades of conflict while creating what he called a Palestinian state with limited sovereignty.
Mr. Trump’s plan would guarantee that Israel would control a unified Jerusalem as its capital and not require it to uproot any of the settlements in the West Bank that have provoked Palestinian outrage and alienated much of the outside world. He promised to provide $50 billion in international financing to build the new Palestinian entity and open an embassy in its new state. …”
The Kushner “peace plan” is a joke.
Everyone involved knows it is a joke. The media isn’t even pretending this is anything but giving Israel permission to annex the West Bank.