Obama campaign team working to defeat Netanyahu in Israeli election

Joe Newby
Spokane Conservative Examiner

During Barack Obama’s recent State of the Union speech, he told America he had no more campaigns to run. But it seems that statement flies in the face of reports that an organization known as “One Voice” has brought in what has been called a “five-man Obama team” to defeat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Included in that five-man team is Jeremy Bird, the national field director for Obama’s 2012 campaign, Dr. Aaron Lerner, Director of the Independent Media Review and Analysis, said Monday, citing a report at Haaretz.

That group, Dr. Lerner added, will run the anti-Netanyahu effort out of offices taking up the ground floor of a Tel Aviv office building. The campaign, known as V-2015, is careful not to support a specific party, but is working to ensure Netanyahu does not win Israel‘s March election. Because the effort is not supporting any specific candidate or party, Dr. Lerner said, foreign funds — meaning monies coming from outside Israel — raised by the campaign are not subject to that country’s campaign finance laws…



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It would, therefore, be logical to suggest that U.S. taxpayer funds may be in play to try to remove Benjamin Netanyahu from office…


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