Blankfort notes how uncritical media has reported as true, without any evidence, that Russia hacked Democratic emails to benefit Donald Trump whose admiration for Vladimir Putin has upended Washington and that he might have been getting away with it because WHAT THE US MEDIA HASN'T REPORTED IS THAT PUTIN AND NETANYAHU HAVE DEVELOPED A CLOSE RELATIONSHIP with Netanyahu having made four state visits to Moscow in the past year; that Netanyahu did Moscow a favor by absenting itself from the UNGA vote on Ukraine sanctions and did it again when its delegate was missing from UNGA vote on investigating war crimes in Syria.
He also cites a Ha'aretz report that after a phone call from Netanyahu to Putin, Russia's UN ambassador, Churkin attempted to postpone the vote condemning Israeli settlements which was confirmed by Russia's deputy ambassador to Israel, Alexy Dobrinin on Israeli Army Radio.
The latter was part of article that claimed British lawyers and diplomats were behind the resolution that was designed to please Obama without him being involved without informing Israel, Blankfort then reports on effort by Netanyahu to prevent New Zealand from introducing the resolution Friday after Egypt bowed to pressure from him and Trump to not introduce it on Thursday; how Netanyahu threatened New Zealand foreign minister, Murray McNully, declaring it an act of war, who refused to back down.
Then Blankfort reports on how members of Israeli Occupied Congress were outraged by US abstention and Sen. Graham's threat to cut off UN funding if the resolution isn't reversed, a position supported by Cruz. He cites Sen. Dianne Feinstein's statement in support of the resolution that has been ignored by the media while the face and voice of US turncoat and now Israel's ambassador, Ron Dermer, is all over the media attacking Obama, an act that should have been thrown out of the US and would never have been tolerated in another country.