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Horowitz: Democrats Are ‘Sabotaging Our National Security’

The Democratic Party “is sabotaging our national security,” according to David Horowitz.

The writer, whose works have appeared on The New York Times list of best-selling books, made the charge during an interview on Newsmax TV. “They’re sabotaged our borders,” he said. “They supported 100 percent Obama’s treason in arming the Hitlerites in Tehran. You can’t give a path to nuclear weapons, and he gave about $150-200 billion to these terrorists who are leading their populations in chants of ‘death to America.’ How nutty is that?” Horowitz was referring to Democrats’ immigration policies, and the nuclear-weapons agreement with Iran that the United States helped negotiate.

The author argued that Democrats have “veered so far to the left, it’s right at the edge of a cliff that’s going to go over and needs to go over and be soundly defeated at the polls so they can get some patriotic sense back.” He accused members of the minority party on Capitol Hill of waging a “witch hunt” in an attempt to reject President Trump’s nominees for his cabinet. “I think it’s already burying the Democrats,” he explained. “This is obstruction.”

According to The National Review, Horowitz has not always been such a conservative. He organized anti-war demonstrations as a college student in the 1960s. His parents were teachers who met at communist meetings in the 1930s. In Horowitz’s autobiography, Horowitz described himself as the “radical son” because he once believed his mother and father were “secret agents” for the Soviet Union. As a student at the University of California-Berkeley, he edited the activist newspaper “Root and Branch,” which advocated “new left” positions. At the age of 22, he wrote the book “Student,” which outlined his political views.

Horowitz later traveled to Sweden, where he wrote “The Free World Colossus,” an alternative description of the Cold War that advocated American “empire.” The book cited the U.S. government’s foreign-policy “misdeeds,” such as regime change in Iran and Guatemala, the Bay of Pigs and the Vietnam War, according to the Review.

Source: Newsmax
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