Bernie Sanders gets quizzed on his loyalty to America by… NPR?

This is not Blue-on-Blue.  This is someone who needs to retire.  And no, I don’t actually mean Bernie Sanders.

Diane Rehm [NPR]: Senator, you have dual citizenship with Israel.

Bernie Sanders: Well, no I do not have dual citizenship with Israel. I’m an American. I don’t know where that question came from. I am an American citizen, and I have visited Israel on a couple of occasions. No, I’m an American citizen, period.

Ah, the divided loyalties canard – check out Hot Air for an idea of what anti-Semitic fever swamp Rehm’s staff apparently trolls for data – in full, malignant glory.  You know, I was moderately surprised to hear that Bernie Sanders is, in fact, Jewish; if I knew that, I was apparently subconsciously treating it as being irrelevant to my opinion of the Senator. Which is as it should be.

Moe Lane

PS: The woman does not sound well, by the way. Perhaps this should be taken as an indication that it is time for her to dial back her professional activities. I suggest that sincerely, and rather more mildly than Ms. Rehm might in fact deserve.


5 thoughts on “Bernie Sanders gets quizzed on his loyalty to America by… NPR?”

  1. Rehm sounds like she’s slowly dying. Holy crap. So I guess she’s the next Helen Thomas.

  2. “Ms. Rehm, are you still fundraising for Hizbollah? We have a document that says you do.”

  3. As a Republican I…have no idea what religion or denomination within a religion any current candidates for POTUS have. It never crossed my mind as something to even consider.

    I thank the Left through NPR to make that an important consideration, for Tribalism in all of its forms is a Hallmark of the Left.

  4. Of course Sanders has divided loyalties. He is a Democrat..
    He holds high rank in the evil Party of treason.
    Anyone who would deny that the NRA was founded to stop that crud, or that it is still needed with the Democrat’s recently burning down minority neighborhoods in Baltimore, is a de facto Confederate apologist.

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