Video: Pro-Palestinian Protester Interrupts Democrat Tom Suozzi’s Victory Speech – What Happened Next Could Help Trump Win In November

The Democrats flipped a Congressional district Tuesday night, as Tom Suozzi defeated Mazi Pilip in the special election for George Santos’ vacated seat. The race was called roughly 90 minutes after polls closed and it appears Suozzi is in for a sizeable win. Not everyone was in a celebratory mood, however. As Suozzi was on stage preparing to make his victory speech, he was interrupted by pro-Palestinian demonstrators shouting at him.

Here’s video of what happened:

How did security allow a protester to get that close to a Congressman-elect? There are some serious holes in that team that should probably be addressed immediately. The protester was fairly violently dealt with, it appeared he got thrown off the stage.

Suozzi didn’t see too phased by the whole thing at all. It was a big night for the 61-year-old, who reclaimed the seat he had from 2017 until 2023. He vacated it to run for governor in 2022 and Santos won the 2022 election for the open seat. Suozzi defeated Santos in 2022 by more than 12 points.

His win on Tuesday won’t be quite as big as his margin from 2020, though it will be a wide gap. With 97 percent of the vote in, he leads Pilip 53.9 percent to 46.1 percent.

The pro-Palestine wing in he democrat party will not appreciate this move and they have huge numbers especially on the far-left!

The bloody conflict in the Middle East is turning into a heated campaign issue in the United States, further boosting Republican front runner Donald Trump’s chances in the 2024 presidential election while exposing a chasm in the Democratic Party to the disadvantage of President Joe Biden.

More Americans think of Israel as a like-minded nation, but they also worry whether the country is reacting with disproportionate force to an Oct 7 attack by Gaza-based Hamas that took around 1,400 Israeli lives.

One month after the attack, a new poll from The Associated Press-Norc Centre for Public Affairs Research shows that 44 per cent of Americans said Israel shares US interests and values, compared with only 32 per cent in August.
However, 40 per cent of them also say that Israel has gone too far in its response, with the heavy bombardment of the Gaza Strip.
Among the Democrats, some 58 per cent believe Israel has reacted excessively, versus 18 per cent of Republicans in the poll of 1,239 adults, which was conducted from Nov 2 to 6.

Mr Biden’s stand on Israel has evolved since the war began, perhaps reflecting the sentiment within his party.

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Natalie Dagenhardt

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2 months ago

Watching the endless political ads, you’d think Suozzi was a pro secure our borders republican, he’s not even close. If you tell a lie over and over…..