After getting crushed in the Iowa caucus, polling poorly in New Hampshire, and nearly out of money, Gingrich looked like he was out of the race; yet he remained supremely confident. It was almost as if he knew that the cavalry was on the way. And sure enough, he was right. Shortly after calling the Palestinian people “invented” Newt was flush with cash. It was somewhat curious that a candidate who looked like he was finished would suddenly raise millions of dollars. His mystery donor was none other than Sheldon Adelson, a zionist with heavy ties to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Just as Netanyahu was working on his super PAC, The Emergency Committee for Israel, which was attacking only one candidate, Ron Paul; Gingrich also started attacking Ron Paul on his foreign policy of peace, which Gingrich called “dangerous.” Was it pure chance? I don’t think so.
During this same time period the American media began to show Gingrich in a much more favorable light. ABC was even caught trying to withhold a damaging interview with Newt Gingrich’s ex-wife until after the South Carolina primary. Only after an anonymous, disgruntled ABC employee outed the potential election manipulation to the Drudge Report did ABC agree to air the segment. From the time news of the interview hit the media till the debate, the media constantly dismissed the interview as old news, inconsequential, and generally painted the story as a disgruntled ex-wife trying to unjustly sink Newt’s political ambitions. John King (who converted to Judaism in order to get his own show) initiated the South Carolina debate with what the media knew would be deemed a hugely inappropriate question about the interview. Gingrich’s response to this teed up question has been credited with turning the tide in the South Carolina Primary. In hindsight, it was nearly impossible for this exchange not to have an impact on the largely impressionable South Carolina electorate considering that Wolf Blitzer(former AIPAC employee), Dana Bash (zionist and husband of John King), and the rest of the media constantly harped on how the exchange was a game changer for Gingrich for two straight days before the election.
This probably seems conspiratorial, until one sees the video below and realizes that the media is completely dominated by Jewish Americans who support Israel.
Israel is the only country in the world that is allowed to have a foreign lobby in America, AIPAC, without registering under the Foreign Agent Registration Act. This lobby has widely been acknowledged as being the most powerful and influential organization in Washington. Israel also appears to be the only country in the world that is allowed to steal American military secrets with absolutely no recourse. See the infamous 2005 AIPAC espionage case. Jewish Americans, AIPAC, and organizations like the Emergency Committee for Israel provide roughly 50% of all campaign contributions in America. The goal during this Republican election appears to be the acquisition of a nominee that will agree to invade Iran in exchange for financial contributions and preferential media treatment. It is an indisputable fact that the candidates who support a tougher stance on Iran are shown more favorably in the media than the candidates who want a non-interventionist foreign policy. One needs look no further than the treatment of Ron Paul in the mainstream media. When he isn’t being ignored or marginalized by the media he is called “out of the mainstream,” “dangerous,” and “unelectable.” All of these titles are so obviously untruthful that it should convince any impartial observer that the American media is utterly biased.