“VIPs get to know who the individual is, however little people like me can’t know?”
“To our knowledge, no one who attended the conference has tested positive for coronavirus at this time,” AIPAC said.
Despite threats of a boycott by Democrats this year’s annual policy conference of AIPAC was a busy, bustling and bipartisan affair.
A direct call for the election of a candidate is unusual at a venue that endeavors to promote bipartisanship.
Responding to a TV interviewer’s question about skipping the AIPAC conference, Sanders also said he’s not anti-Israel.
The Democratic candidate also took a shot at President Trump when he referred to the dangers in the rise of anti-Semitism and other bigotries.
A speaker calls Bernie Sanders an “ignorant fool” for calling Benjamin Netanyahu a “racist”.
How much Sanders-bashing will there be? Will Democrats who can’t come even send videos? And will this be Netanyahu’s last appearance?
The organization did not allow video messages from candidates in 2016.
The largest Israel lobby’s conference overlaps with the biggest Democratic primary day of the year.