Cracks in US-Israel alliance revealed | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Cracks in US-Israel alliance revealed

Is this the week that the US-Israeli relationship began to implode?

On Monday, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough threw down the gauntlet: “An occupation that has lasted for almost 50 years must end.” The statement was a pointed rebuke to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, who won re-election last week running on a no-Palestinian-state platform. McDonough added that Netanyahu's obstructionism was "so very troubling."

Also on Monday, the Wall Street Journal revealed that Israeli spies eavesdropped on US-Iran negotiations. The Israelis shared classified information with Zionist assets in the US Congress in an effort to destroy progress toward a US-Iran agreement. The representatives who collaborated with Israeli spies appear to be guilty of conspiracy to commit espionage. They are certainly guilty of bribe-taking (since they are all on the Israeli payroll by way of "campaign contributions" as well as illegal, unreported favors.) And in working to undermine their own government at the behest of a foreign power's intelligence service, they are arguably guilty of treason as well.