House Dem Upset at Netanyahu Invite Claims Boehner Came Close to Committing Treason

Rick Moran (American Thinker)

Kentucky Democrat Rep. John Yarmuth said that House Speaker John Boehner came "close to subversion" when he invited Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a joint session of Congress.

Isn't that sort of like "almost treason"?

Yarmuth was far from done.


“I am totally outraged at Speaker Boehner for doing it, I think it’s, it was deliberately
designed to undermine the president — that’s close to subversion,” said Yarmuth of Netanyahu’s upcoming address to Congress.

“I mean, the president is supposed to be conducting foreign policy, not the Speaker of the House.”

Yarmuth then said a lot of the strong support for Israel has to do with fundraising and pressure from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC).

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