Dems Lost Their Mind Over Trump’s Jerusalem Announcement, But Here’s What They Did In The Past

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Dems Lost Their Mind Over Trump’s Jerusalem Announcement, But Here’s What They Did In The Past



As we all know, President Trump has made the biggest announcement, and added another fulfilled promise to his own legacy, when he declared Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel.


And as expected, liberals have gone on a rampage, as with every decision that President Trump makes, whether it is good or bad. Even before they let him speak, they start attacking him. That is just the way they are raised.

But what we found out, is that some of the biggest liberal politicians out there, that have been vocal in attacking Donald Trump on his announcement of Jerusalem, were also in favor of the same thing in the past.



The difference is, of course, that President Donald Trump has kept his promise and his word. Unlike the liberals, we mean what we say, and we don’t care if you take offense.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., penned a letter to the president last week, urging him not to move the embassy. Feinstein’s letter said the move would “spark violence, further alienate the United States and undermine the prospects of a two-state solution.”


And then there is this guy!


But Sanders supported a resolution in June titled "A resolution commemorating the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem," which mentions keeping Jerusalem as the "undivided capital of Israel."

Fox News Reported:

The call to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital was also included in the official Democratic Party platforms of 2016 and 2008: “While Jerusalem is a matter for final status negotiations, it should remain the capital of Israel, an undivided city accessible to people of all faiths. Israelis deserve security, recognition, and a normal life free from terror and incitement.”

In 2008, the platform said “Jerusalem is and will remain the capital of Israel. The parties have agreed that Jerusalem is a matter for final status negotiations. It should remain an undivided city accessible to people of all faiths.”

In fact, both the Democratic and Republican party platforms leave room for “final status negotiations,” but generally support the 1995 law.

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