Not a Dimes Worth of Difference Between the Republicans and the Democrats

There’s not a dimes worth of difference between the Democrat and Republican Parties – George Wallace

Of the 25 top donors (individuals or couple) to the 2020 election, 15 of them are Jewish. Who did they donate to (figures were as September 2020)?

1. Tom Steyer (number one overall donor) $54 million to Democrats

4. Stephen and Christine Schwarzman $28.4 million to Republicans and $8,400 to Democrats

5. Sheldon and Miriam Adelson (wanted to nuke Iran) $28 million to Republicans

6. Donald Sussman $22.3 million, all to Democrats save for $5,600 to Republicans

7. James and Marilyn Simons Nearly $21 million to Democrats

9. Michael Bloomberg $19.3 million to Democrats

10. Jeffrey and Janine Yass More than $13 million, mostly to Republicans

12. Deborah Simon $12.5 million to Democrats

13. Henry and Marsha Laufer $11.8 million to Democrats

16. Joshua and Anita Bekenstein Nearly $11 million to Democrats

18. Bernard and Billi Wilma Marcus $9.7 million, all to Republicans save for $6,900 to Democrats

22. Paul Singer $8.8 million to Republicans

23. Stephen and Susan Mandel $8.8 million to Democrats

24. George Soros $8.2 million to Democrats

25. Steve and Connie Ballmer $7.5 million to Democratic groups

Meet the top 15 Jewish political donors in this election cycle

Biden’s High Profile Jewish Appointees

Anthony Blinken, Secretary of State

David Cohen, CIA Deputy Director

Merrick Garland, Attorney General

Avril Haines, Director of National Intelligence

Ronald Klain, Chief of Staff

Eric Lander, Office of Science and Technology Policy director

Rachel Levine, deputy health secretary

Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of Homeland Security

Anne Neuberger, National Security Agency cybersecurity director

Wendy Sherman, deputy secretary of state

Janet Yellen, Treasury secretary

Trump’s High Profile Jewish Appointees (2017)

Jared Kushner – senior adviser (married to Trump’s daughter Ivanka)

Ivanka Trump (Jewish convert and daughter) – advisor

Jason Greenblatt – chief legal officer

David Friedman – ambassador to Israel

Steven Munchin – Treasury secretary

Stephen Miller – senior adviser

Lewis Eisenberg – finance co-chairman

Carl Icahn – special adviser on regulatory reform issues

Gary Cohn – White House National Economic Council

Boris Epshteyn – special assistant to the president

Avrahm Berkowitz – Deputy Advisor to the President

Donors and cabinet members are what drives the president’s policies. These are the ones you need to pay attention to. These people get very little media coverage compared to what the president and presidential candidates gets. They are the face (and the mouthpiece) of the administration. The voter’s perception of the candidates is based almost entirely on rhetoric and media coverage. As they say if you want to know what a person is going to do, just follow the money.

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