Warren staffer Max Berger is an anti-Israel activist who has a long history of spreading lies about Israel and PM Benjamin Netanyahu.
And in some recently-deleted tweets, he accused President Trump of “inciting anti-Jewish violence” in the US, and also called Trump’s support of ICE “ethnic cleansing.”
Elizabeth Warren is either totally tone-deaf, or she is so desperate for votes that she will pander to just about anyone: Yesterday, she absurdly told a group of anti-Israel activists that if elected president, she would push Israel to end the “occupation” of Palestinians.
Someone needs to remind Warren that Israel withdrew from the Gaza Strip in 2005 under their unilateral disengagement plan, and Gaza has since become a launching pad for rockets into Israel.
So what exactly is her plan to end the “occupation” ?
Via Free Beacon.
A staffer for Democrat Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 presidential campaign has come under scrutiny for a recently deleted tweet stating he “would totally be friends with Hamas,” the Middle Eastern terror group that routinely murders Israeli citizens.
The staffer, Max Berger, is a veteran anti-Israel activist who has come under fire in the past for disseminating misleading and false propaganda against the Jewish state. His now-deleted 2013 tweet expressing sympathy for Hamas reemerged on the social networking site over the weekend and has prompted calls for the Warren campaign to distance itself from Berger.
The Warren campaign has yet to address Berger’s tweet publicly and did not respond to Washington Free Beacon requests for comment. Berger, who appears to have deleted scores of tweets from his account, also has maintained radio silence since the tweet resurfaced.
Berger, who identifies himself as a Justice Democrat, is no stranger to controversy when it comes to Israel. He is the cofounder of the far left group IfNotNow, alongside Simone Zimmerman, the infamous Bernie Sanders Jewish outreach director forced to resign over an expletive-laden Facebook post condemning Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. IfNotNow routinely criticizes Israel and accuses it of crimes in the Palestinian territories.
Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, which combats anti-Semitism, told the Free Beacon that Warren must immediately distance herself from Berger and his comments….