Uri Wollman, the spokesman for the left-wing V15 political action group, has one word in response to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s warning Tuesday that leftist nongovernmental organizations are busing Israeli Arabs to the voting booths.
“Bullsh–,” Wollman told WND in an interview.
He was responding to Netanyahu’s declaration on the day of the election that the “right-wing government is in danger” and Arab voters “are going en masse to the polls.”
“Left-wing NGOs are bringing them on busses,” Netanyahu said.
V15 is easily the most active NGO working to defeat Netanyahu by leading a get-out-the-vote-organizing drive aimed at replacing his government with a center-left coalition.
V15 has drawn international attention for partnering with One Voice, a US.-U.K. non-profit that has previously received funding from the State Department.
It was OneVoice that reportedly hired 270 Strategies, a consulting firm whose senior leadership is comprised mostly of former top staffers for President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign. 270 Strategies has been consulting in V15′s campaign.
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