81% Of Americans Oppose $38 Billion Pledge To Israel – We Are Being Scammed

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  • US Gives Israel $38 Billion In Military Aid THAT WE DON’T HAVE – Find The Missing 6.6 Trillion


    81% Of Americans Oppose $38 Billion Pledge To Israel

    A solid majority of Americans would redirect $38 billion the Obama Administration
    pledged to Israel toward other priorities.

    The Obama administration last week signed an executive agreement with Israel
    pledging $38 billion ($3.8 billion per year) in foreign aid for fiscal years
    2019- 2028. The majority of the proposed spending is for Foreign
    Military Financing
    to provide Israel advanced and upgraded jet fighters,
    to continue developing Israel’s missile defense systems and to purchase other
    U.S. weapons. Although the White House has released a Memorandum of Understanding
    , the actual MOU has not been made publicly available.

    An IRmep
    poll fielded by Google Consumer Surveys
    reveals 80.8 percent of the US adult
    Internet user population says they would redirect the proposed spending toward
    other priorities. Caring for veterans (20.7 percent) was their top priority,
    followed by education spending (20.1 percent) and paying down the national debt
    (19.3 percent). Rebuilding US infrastructure was favored by 14.9 percent, while
    funding a Middle East peace plan received 5.8 percent of support.

    Only 16.8 percent said the $38 billion of pledged foreign aid should be spent
    on Israel.


    The statistically significant survey of 1,005 adults was fielded September
    14-16 and had an RMSE
    of 1.4 percent. The findings reflect other survey data revealing low
    US public support for aid published by Antiwar.com
    in 2014 and 2016
    and May, 2016 polling by Shibley Telhami released by Newsweek
    on September 16

    Though non-statistically significant, demographic breakouts of the IRmep survey
    suggest differences between younger and older Americans. Among younger Americans
    aged 18-44 years an average 11.7 percent said aid to Israel was a priority over
    other options, while 25.2 percent of those in the 45- 65+ category chose Israel
    as their top spending priority. Despite an appearance of finality, the aid package
    may only be a guaranteed “floor” of official US financial commitment
    to Israel. South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham has pledged to legislate more
    aid to Israel than negotiated in the expiring fiscal year 2009-2018 MOU as well
    as the new MOU. Graham views new MOU restrictions on Israel and its lobby’s
    ability to constantly petition congress for additional tranches of ad hoc aid
    every year as an infringement on the separation of powers. Israel and its US
    lobby appear to be allowed to make special pleadings to Congress for additional
    aid as long as it goes into Israeli military industrial projects that are not
    related to anti-rocket and tunnel systems. Campaign advisors have already indicated
    a Trump administration would not be limited by Obama administration MOU covenants.
    A Hillary Clinton administration, heavily influenced at all levels by pro-Israel
    donors and campaign officials,…

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