American Jews "sold out Israel" to support President Barack Obama says Republican congresswoman Michele Bachmann from Minnesota and she is now warning that he is "threatening Israel" to give up its land to terrorists, which will lead to a "final war" that will reduce Israel to a rubble.
In a recent interview with Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council, Bachmann expressed confidence that God would protect Israel nevertheless and America will be on the wrong side of the war.
"That's in the natural, I just believe that as believers in Jesus Christ who see the authority of scripture, I believe that the Lord and his strong right arm will have Israel's back and will be her protector," said Bachmann.
"The question is, will we as the United States cooperate in standing with Israel and blessing Israel, or will we join those nations that come against her? We are definitely on the wrong side. It is jaw dropping, it is stunning, it's breathtaking," she added.
During the interview, she had sharp words for American Jews who, she said, cared more about supporting President Obama than Israel.
"The Jewish community gave him their votes, their support, their financial support and as recently as last week, forty-eight Jewish donors who are big contributors to the president wrote a letter to the Democrat [sic] senators in the U.S. Senate to tell them to not advance sanctions against Iran," she said.
"This is clearly against Israel's best interest. What has been shocking has been seeing and observing Jewish organizations who it appears have made it their priority to support the political priority and the political ambitions of the president over the best interests of Israel. They sold out Israel," she explained.
"President Obama has allowed Israel to realize its worst nightmare" by "threatening Israel," she further alleged.
The Bible, she added, predicted President Obama's actions: "The nations of the world will come against Israel and the scripture very specifically says all nations, now for the United States we don't have that experience until recently under President Obama with the United States not standing with Israel."