GOP platform pledges to stand with Israel, deport ‘pro-Hamas radicals,’ fight anti-Christian bias

It should be obvious to all by now, although it isn’t, that there tends to be a bias against Israel on the left. This is despite the well-documented history of persecution that Israel has endured since 1948, as well as the jihad waged against Jews even prior to Israel’s founding. The GOP platform also intends “to fight anti-Christian bias as well as ‘gender insanity.’”

The Republican platform is consistent with the longstanding policies of the Republicans; whereas the Democrats have been unpredictable in their position on Israel, as well as ruinous to American interests.

An outstanding question remains, however, regarding the logistics of the Republican pledge to “DEPORT PRO-HAMAS RADICALS AND MAKE OUR COLLEGE CAMPUSES SAFE AND PATRIOTIC AGAIN.”

Does this mean also, for example, that groups that were designated unindicted co-conspirators for their support for Hamas, which were uncovered in the Holy Land Foundation trial, might be further investigated? Many of these groups have been driving the stealth jihad and have escaped accountability since that trial, and perpetuate a false Palestinian victimhood perspective, while concealing what the “resistance” is really about.

Another question for the GOP: what happens if those “pro-Hamas radicals” are American citizens?

The GOP commitment to fight Hamas and protect Christians is a good start.

America needs to get tough and root out stealth jihadist enemies from within, which are a threat to freedom. But it is a complex task.

GOP platform pledges to stand with Israel, deport ‘pro-Hamas radicals’ from US

by Jacob Majid, Times of Israel, July 7, 2024:

The 2024 Republican Party platform pledges to fight antisemitism and to keep Israel safe. It promises to fight anti-Christian bias as well as “gender insanity.”

And it vows, in all-caps, to “DEPORT PRO-HAMAS RADICALS AND MAKE OUR COLLEGE CAMPUSES SAFE AND PATRIOTIC AGAIN.”

Parties traditionally publish platforms in election years ahead of their national conventions, as a statement of its values and a wish list of policies should their candidate win the White House.

The Republican platform, posted Monday and subject to a vote at next week’s convention in Milwaukee, is heavily influenced by the priorities and language of the nominee, former United States president Donald Trump — down to the capitalization style he’s favored in his social media posts. It also repeatedly attacks the Biden administration.

While quarrels over platforms have sometimes made waves among party insiders, they are largely symbolic, non-binding documents that have little practical implication.….

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