Voters shocked to learn Menendez’ campaign run by lobbyist for foreign nation

Following up on an investigation Jersey Conservative started last year, the Philadelphia Inquirer broke the story that United States Senator Bob Menendez’ campaign manager is a registered foreign agent for the Islamic nation of Qatar… a country that the United Nations and Amnesty International have accused of being complicit in its support and use of modern day slavery – human trafficking.  Here’s the headline:

N.J.’s Bob Menendez is top foreign relations Democrat in Senate. His campaign chief is a lobbyist for Qatar.

You can read the entire Philadelphia Inquirer story here:

http://www2.philly.com/philly/news/politics/senator-bob-menendez-campaign-michael-soliman-lobbying-qatar-20180810.html

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This is how Jersey Conservative's story began…

Top NJ politico works for Qatar slavery

If you want to know why the New Jersey Legislature is silent on human rights abuses and slavery in Qatar, look no further than the next Democrat State Committee cocktail party.  There you will find one of Qatar's top men in America handing out checks to corpulent state and local politicians on the make.

Don't believe us?  Well here is a snapshot of his Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA) filing.  Note that he is paid to do "political" work for a foreign government within the borders of the United States…

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It is amazing how much corruption occurs in the open, right under voters’ noses, and yet they never hear of it, because the media have relationships and play favorites.  But every now and then, a journalist like the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Andrew Seidman will come along and write about what’s done in plain sight, and in doing so, lift the curtain and reveal that the reality of our politics is nothing like we imagine it – that the red and blue “teams” we’ve been trained to fight over have the same owners and that the people who run them are really playing for the same side.

The philosopher Guy Debord was right… this is the Society of the Spectacle.  And we, convinced of it, are prepared to kill our neighbors because we believe they are truly “red” or truly “blue.”