Dual Citizenship

US Politicians

Who Hold Dual

US/Israeli

Citizenship

“If Americans were ever polled on it—and they never are—the majority who now object to increasing aid to Israel would also likely object to quasi-governmental and governmental positions being staffed by people who — by citizenship or sheer strength of identity politics — are primarily occupied with advancing Israeli interests rather than those of the United States. It is obvious that the real reason AIPAC and its economic luminaries such as Fischer never substantiate any of the advertised benefits the U.S. – Israel “special relationship” delivers to America in return for all of the costs is simple—there simply aren’t any.

As greater numbers of Americans become aware that the entire “special relationship” framework is sustained by nothing more than Israel lobby campaign-finance and propaganda networks, the harder the lobby will have to work… In the very short term, Americans can only fight such undue Israel lobby influence by again — like during the drive to attack Syria—staging a mass action to demand their senators reject Stanley Fischer’s nomination,” Grant Smith, IRMEP

  1. Attorney General – Michael Mukasey
  2. Head of Homeland Security – Michael Chertoff
  3. Chairman Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board – Richard Perle
  4. Deputy Defense Secretary (Former) – Paul Wolfowitz
  5. Under Secretary of Defense – Douglas Feith
  6. National Security Council Advisor – Elliott Abrams
  7. Vice President Dick Cheney’s Chief of Staff (Former) – “Scooter” Libby
  8. White House Deputy Chief of Staff – Joshua Bolten
  9. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs – Marc Grossman
  10. Director of Policy Planning at the State Department – Richard Haass
  11. U.S. Trade Representative (Cabinet-level Position) – Robert Zoellick
  12. Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board – James Schlesinger
  13. UN Representative (Former) – John Bolton
  14. Under Secretary for Arms Control – David Wurmser
  15. Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board – Eliot Cohen
  16. Senior Advisor to the President – Steve Goldsmith
  17. Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary – Christopher Gersten
  18. Assistant Secretary of State – Lincoln Bloomfield
  19. Deputy Assistant to the President – Jay Lefkowitz
  20. White House Political Director – Ken Melman
  21. National Security Study Group – Edward Luttwak
  22. Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board – Kenneth Adelman
  23. Defense Intelligence Agency Analyst (Former) – Lawrence (Larry) Franklin
  24. National Security Council Advisor – Robert Satloff
  25. President Export-Import Bank U.S. – Mel Sembler
  26. Deputy Assistant Secretary, Administration for Children and Families – Christopher Gersten
  27. Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Public Affairs – Mark Weinberger
  28. White House Speechwriter – David Frum
  29. White House Spokesman (Former) – Ari Fleischer
  30. Pentagon’s Defense Policy Board – Henry Kissinger
  31. Deputy Secretary of Commerce – Samuel Bodman
  32. Under Secretary of State for Management – Bonnie Cohen
  33. Director of Foreign Service Institute – Ruth Davis
  34. Federal Reserve Chair – Janet Yellen
  35. Federal Reserve Vice-Chair – Stanley Fischer

Current (and past) Members of Senate:

Representative Gary Ackerman (New York)
Representative John H. Adler (New Jersey)
Representative Shelley Berkley (Nevada)
Representative Howard Berman (California)
Representative Steve Cohen (Tennessee)
Representative Susan Davis (California)
Representative Eliot Engel (New York)
Representative Bob Filner (California)
Representative Barney Frank (Former) (Massachusetts)
Representative Gabrielle Giffords (Arizona)
Representative Jane Harman (California)
Representative Paul Hodes (New Hampshire)
Representative Steve Israel (New York)
Representative Steve Kagen (Wisconsin)
Representative Ronald Klein (Florida)
Representative Sander Levin (Michigan)
Representative Nita Lowey (New York)
Representative Jerry Nadler (New York)
Representative Jared Polis (Colorado)
Representative Steve Rothman (New Jersey)
Representative Jan Schakowsky (Illinois)
Representative Adam Schiff (California)
Representative Arlen Specter (Pennsylvania)
Representative Allyson Schwartz (Pennsylvania)
Representative Brad Sherman (California)
Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Florida)
Representative Henry Waxman (California)
Representative Anthony Weiner (New York)
Representative John Yarmuth (Kentucky)

House of Representatives (or lower chamber of the United States Congress):

Representative Gary Ackerman (New York)
Representative John H. Adler (New Jersey)
Representative Shelley Berkley (Nevada)
Representative Howard Berman (California)
Representative Steve Cohen (Tennessee)
Representative Susan Davis (California)
Representative Eliot Engel (New York)
Representative Bob Filner (California)
Representative Barney Frank (Massachusetts)
Representative Gabrielle Giffords (Arizona)
Representative Alan Grayson (Florida Alan Mark Grayson (born March 13, 1958) is an American politician who was the United States Representative for Florida’s 9th congressional district and a member of the Democratic Party. The United States House of Representatives is the lower chamber of the United States Congress which, along with the Senate, composes the legislature of the United States.)

Representative Jane Harman (California)
Representative Paul Hodes (New Hampshire)
Representative Steve Israel (New York)
Representative Steve Kagen (Wisconsin)
Representative Ronald Klein (Florida)
Representative Sander Levin (Michigan)
Representative Nita Lowey (New York)
Representative Jerry Nadler (New York)
Representative Jared Polis (Colorado)
Representative Steve Rothman (New Jersey)
Representative Jan Schakowsky (Illinois)
Representative Adam Schiff (California)
Representative Allyson Schwartz (Pennsylvania)
Representative Brad Sherman (California)
Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Florida)
Representative Henry Waxman (California)
Representative Anthony Weiner (New York)
Representative John Yarmuth (Kentucky)

Dual citizenship is a conflict of interest:

Dual citizenship creates conflict of interest through divided loyalties. Thus it would seem reasonable to require that dual citizen members of Congress, the judiciary and the executive  be required to renounce citizenship in another country as a condition of public service.

The media and government watchdog organizations have largely ignored the potential conflict of interest inherent in dual citizenship.  Why the neglect of this issue?  Shouldn’t members of Congress (and federal judges and executive branch officials) at least be required to disclose their citizenship in another country?   Why, it is because our complete government system is run by dual citizens of Israel, that is the reason the USA is called the United States of Israel.

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