Screen Shot 2015-02-02 at 9.56.45 AMPresident Obama always seems to be meddling with something. And this time it seems he might be somehow linked to a group that’s trying to depose Israel’s Prime Minister.

A group by the name of  V15, or Victory 15, recently hired a large group of former Obama campaign managers to help get Benjamin Netanyahu out of office.

Netanayhu and his party allege the action is compromising the integrity of the election. They further argue that millions of dollars are being funneled to V15 from outside the country. They claim V15’s decision to hire 270 strategists (the group who helped get Obama re-elected in 2012) shows obvious signs of a designed effort to help disrupt the election from outside.

They argue this is Obama’s way of getting Netanayhu out of office in this year’s elections.

However, V15 claims there are no ties to the White House, the State Department, or anyone involved with the Obama administration.

They have admitted that most of their funding comes from three large donors, two of which happen to be from the United States.

WND writes about these “philanthropists

  • S. Daniel Abraham, the billionaire founder of the Slim Fast food line. Abraham is a major donor to the Democratic Party and the Clinton Foundation.
  • Daniel Lubetzky, a social entrepreneur whose OneVoice Movement is partnered with V15.
  • Alon Kastiel, a Tel Aviv-based businessman and owner of multiple local venues, including bars, clubs and hotels.

When pressed on the issues, Uri Wollman, who serves as V15’s spokesperson, said that any invective formed against their agency involving a relationship between the White House and V15 is a “fabrication.”

“We have no relation to any U.S. political party, the White House or the State Department,” Wollman told WND.

But the one thing V15 and Obama’s state department have in common is they want Israel to adopt a leftist government.

Despite their claims to the contrary, it seems highly unlikely that State Department isn’t involved in any of their operations, especially since V15 shares an office with a group that is directly sponsored by the U.S. State Department.

V15 shares its office with a group known as OneVoice (owned by the philanthropist listed above). And in the past year OneVoice received two grants from the U.S. State Department to continue their work in Israel.

OneVoice bills themselves as an “international grassroots movement that amplifies the voice of mainstream Israelis and Palestinians.” So they’re obviously working against any conservative elements that are trying to establish themselves in Israel.

Seems like if the U.S. State Department is giving them money, and they’re holding hands and sharing a watercooler with V15, there might be something fishy going on.

Don’t you think?

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