Friday, February 7, 2020

On Trump's Middle East Peace Plan
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / Right Side Patriots on American Political Radio

“It is only reasonable that I also have to do a lot for the Palestinians, or it just wouldn’t be fair.”
- President Donald Trump on his recently released Middle East Peace Plan

Last week President Trump with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu standing by his side, unveiled his long awaited Middle East Peace Plan. And while there are good intentioned aspects to this plan...a plan mainly brokered by Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner...there is one aspect that I personally will never agree with, that being Israel giving up even one inch of its precious land in order to attain peace. And while this plan is a hoped for pathway...a jumping off point if you a Two-State Solution, the only saving grace in my eyes is that under the leadership of Mahmoud Abbas the Palestinians will not go along with this plan thus exposing to the world the Palestinian leader's true in of all of Israel...a Jew-less Israel...and nothing less. Was what would be a tenuous peace at best President Trump's media marketed “Deal of the Century's” true objective...possibly...or was this Trump's calling the Palestinian leader's bluff...something that seems more likely. I'll get into that in a bit.

Republicans Propose Making Sham Impeachments Harder in the FutureDemocrats just managed to ram two ambiguous articles of impeachment through the House, with no underlying crimes, and then tie up the Senate with a long, boring trial despite the fact that everyone already knew the whole thing was going nowhere. So lots of people are now thinking the impeachment process needs to be a little bit harder, otherwise MSNBC will just spend the remainder of Trump's presidency dreaming up novel ways to remove the president from office.

On Thursday, Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) announced that he would introduce a constitutional amendment upping the simple majority needed to pass articles of impeachment in the House to a three-fifths majority instead. But unlike passing articles of impeachment, adding a proposed amendment to the Constitution is actually somewhat difficult. Ratification requires two-thirds approval by both bodies of Congress, or a convention of the states, as well as the approval of three-fourths of state legislatures.
Mahmoud Abbas Cuts Off All Relations With Israel – But For How Long?
By Hugh Fitzgerald / Jihad Watch

Mahmoud Abbas has decided to cut off all relations with Israel and the United States, although a Palestinian official has said that he has not actually done so. If he actually follows through with this, it means that the one thing of value Abbas could offer the Israelis – cooperation on security – is no […]
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Today, Friday, February 7th, from 7 to 9pm EST on American Political Radio, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS Craig Andresen and Diane Sori discuss 'On Trump's Middle East Peace Plan'; 'Overhyping the Underwhelmng'; and important news of the day.

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