Actor Jon Voight: Obama Does Not Love Israel

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In a new political ad for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, actor Jon Voight tells the people of our staunchest democratic ally in the Middle East that President Obama does not love their country.

Neyanyahu is running for another term as prime minister in an election that will be held on Tuesday.

In a bombshell report released by Fox News over the weekend, the Obama administration is being investigated for meddling in the election process in a foreign country, trying to oust Netanyahu from power.

In the ad, Voight explains why he would do this, rather succinctly.

“President Obama does not love Israel,” he explains.

Via NewsMax:

Veteran actor Jon Voight released a video Sunday saying that President Barack Obama does not love Israel.

“I love Israel. I want to see Israel survive and not be overtaken by the madmen of this world,” Voight says in the one-minute video, released exclusively to the website Just Jared. “President Obama does not love Israel. His whole agenda is to control Israel, and this way he can be friends with all of Israel’s enemies.”

Voight said Obama does not want Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to win re-election on Tuesday, preferring the duo running against him, Yitzhak Herzog and Tzipi Livni. Herzog and Livni have said they each will serve two years as prime minister if they defeat the conservative Netanyahu.

Voight went on to explain that Netanyahu’s opposition, and by extension President Obama, share similarities to Neville Chamberlain.

“Those like Yitzhak Herzog who believe that deal-making is the solution to what Israel faces are as wrong as Neville Chamberlain believing he made a peace deal with Hitler,” Voight said.

“We must learn from history where the true danger lies.”

Watch the ad below…


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