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Andrew Yang comes out in support of Israel, faces immediate backlash from the left



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As Palestinian terrorist launched hundreds of rockets at Israel on Monday, New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang (D) tweeted his support for Israel and is now facing the wrath of the left.

Grayzone News host Aaron Maté alluded that the former presidential candidate had no conscience when he wrote the tweet.

Chelsea Manning didn’t like what Yang had to say either, simply commenting: “Yikes.”

David Klion, writer for The Nation, accused Yang of not having Jewish friends. Because, according to him, “not all of us feel this way.”

Diane Morales, one of Yang’s 21 opposing candidates for New York City mayor, shared her opinion without mention of Yang’s tweet. She implied Yang is a lesser candidate because “our world needs leaders who recognize humanity and the dignity in all lives.”

However, Yang did rally support from the right following the tweet. Donald Trump Jr. called out the Democrats for being “pro terror.”

Senior Advisor to former President Trump Stephen Miller even sided with Yang, who was once hoping to run against Trump.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) gave Yang a pat on the back. “Bravo to Yang,” Cruz tweeted.

The View host Meghan McCain tweeted out her support for the mayoral candidate by using the “#YangGang” used for Yang’s supporters.

You can follow Jenny Goldsberry on Twitter @jennyjournalism

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Sara Carter speaks from UAW picket line: ‘None of them actually bought’ Biden’s visit



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Sara Carter joined Sean Hannity from the picket line after President Joe Biden’s “brief” few minutes of support with the United Auto Workers strike in Michigan. Biden spent a “whopping 12 minutes with those UAW workers outside the plant today” said Carter.

“And I can tell you the time I spent with hundreds of workers walking up and down that line it was stunning to see how they had turned on the administration none of them actually bought the visit they thought it was more political than it was supportive” she added about her discussions with workers on the ground.

“It’s all about votes, trying to get votes” said one worker. “It’s a show” said another. Individuals also lamented “they didn’t forget about us During the pandemic. We were building cars and trucks, we were working” only to be left behind now.

Carter said it was evident that immediately after the brief show of “support” Biden immediately left, and got straight on his plane to head to Silicon Valley for a fundraiser.

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