Jimmy DeYoung and Sam Rohrer: A lot of noise coming out of the U.S. Congress that is anti-Israel

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by JIM LO SCALZO/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock (10337267y) Democratic Representatives Ayanna Pressley (L), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (C-L), Rashida Tlaib (C-R), and Ilhan Omar (R) speak about President Trump's Twitter attacks against them in the US Capitol in Washington, DC, USA, 15 July 2019. Without identifying them by name, President Trump tweeted that the minority lawmakers should 'go back' to their countries. Three of the four freshman congresswomen are natural-born US citizens. President Trump tells minority congresswomen to 'go back' to their home countries, Washington, USA - 15 Jul 2019

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JD: A lot of noise coming out of the United States Congress as it focuses on what’s happening in Israel. The Israeli-Hamas-Temple Mount conflict that’s happening right now. It’s not good, is it, to hear the squad continually attacking the Jewish State?

SR: Jimmy. no, it’s not a good thing. I think that this group, the squad we would call them, is actually moving the Democrat majority in the House now into a position that in the past was somewhat bipartisan in support of Israel – you’re seeing some radical movement of the entire Democrat majority into a support of Hamas and oppose to Israel. This is a very serious matter.

I think there’s been an advantage for a long time in that the supporters of Israel have been able to pull together a coalition of both Democrats and Republicans. That cross aisle coalition has been very very important when it comes to Israel, the support of military equipment for instance to Israel, or funding. That coalition has existed for a long time. I think what you see right now is a breaking, a severing of that coalition, and with that I believe you are now going to be seeing an increasingly hostile position by the US Congress. Of course our President is clearly on the side of Hamas and the Palestinians anyways, and Iran.

I am fearful of a very significant policy shift from the standpoint of the United States Congress as it relates to Israel. I think what we are witnessing right now is perhaps an historic shift. Something is underway in the Middle East. I think this escalation is not backing off. I think the President request, or order, or urging Netanyahu to deescalate, and Netanyahu’s response to him was that he appreciates the input but he’s going to go ahead and defend the people of Israel. This is being tied into – right now – potential for armed shipments to Israel. I don’t know if they get the support out of Congress now. So I think we are in very eventful days.

JD: Sam Rohrer explaining that the United States Congress, at least some of its members, are becoming very anti-Israel.

We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

A number of members of the United States Congress have become outspoken in their attacks on the Jewish State of Israel. History tells us that nations which turn against the Jewish State will answer to God. That could mean the demise of America and the reason that the United States is not mentioned in Bible prophecy.

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