During his last days in office, President Obama is doing as much as possible to advance his left-wing agenda.
Obama allowed a United Nations Security Council resolution that condemns Israeli settlement activity to pass by not vetoing it.
The resolution classifies Israel’s settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem as illegal and calls for Israel to stop building in these areas.
Israel is convinced the U.S. pushed the measure behind the scenes after Donald Trump had Egypt drop the idea of offering the resolution.
The U.N. resolution adds fuel to critics of Israel and complicates negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians over disputed lands.
With this action, Obama solidifies his anti-Israel legacy that previously included allowing Iran to build nuclear weapons and disrespecting Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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Democrats and the media are good at controlling the narrative and going on offense to defend their progressive agenda.
Since losing the presidential election the left is now declaring "fake news" as the reason for Donald Trump's victory.
Their goal is to delegitimize Trump and put conservative news outlets out of business by going after their advertisers.
Kellogg's recent decision to pull advertising from BreitbartNews.com is an example of their end game.
Following the "fake news" controversy, major corporations are now looking into where their ads appear on websites.
With very little trust in the media, the public is interested in alternative vehicles for news but Democrats are out to end competition.