Does DMP Agree Part IX: Blocking Weapons For Israel

Does DMP Agree Part IX: Blocking Weapons For Israel

Tampa, FL – It’s been over a month since the barbaric terrorist attack on Israel by Iran-backed Hamas and Democrats are still doing everything they can to support the terrorists. Ilhan Omar and her fellow squad members introduced a bill to block arms sales to Israel. What’s even worse is that these arms sales were approved before the brutal terrorist attack on Israel and these same weapons were sent to Israel in 2020. Why are Democrats trying to block these sales now?

Israel needs all the help it can get to defeat these Iran-backed terrorists who slaughtered thousands of Israelis. But Democrats continue to block Israel aid and now they’re trying to block weapons that have already been approved from going to Israel. It’s unfortunate that Democrats are siding with terrorists over our greatest ally in the Middle East.

Statement from Team Rick Scott Spokesman Jonathan Turcotte: “Democrats will jump at any chance they get to side with terrorists. Senate Democrats blocked Senator Scott’s Israel aid package and they unanimously voted against supporting Israel. Now House Democrats want to block a weapons sale to Israel that was approved months ago. It’s shameful and wrong that Democrats are bending over backwards to help Iran-backed terrorists instead of supporting Israel. It’s equally as shameful to not speak out against these terrorist sympathizers. Failed Florida Democrat Debbie Mucarsel-Powell needs to be clear with Floridians about where she stands. Floridians deserve to know whether she sides with terrorist sympathizers or Israel.”


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