According to the fake news media, this was no happy Saturday night for Israel’s embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
In about 15 cities, crowds ranging from about 200 people to thousands gathered to protest corruption and demand his ouster.
Netanyahu is the subject of two police investigations for possible graft and abuse of his public position, and his close associates are the targets of two more. He has been interrogated as a criminal suspect seven times.
On Tuesday, in a Hanukkah gathering with supporters and fellow Likud party members, Netanyahu hinted that police might recommend that he be indicted.
Who cares, he crowed before his audience, because “most police recommendations are tossed!”
Despite the onslaught of fake news from the Los Angeles Times, our sources in Israel tell us the Prime Minister is just as popular as ever.