Natalie Portman, a lesson in forgiveness and condemnation.

On Netanyahu, Natalie Portman says “I am very, very upset and disappointed that he was re-elected. I find his racist comments horrific.”

Good job not using your “platform [the wrong way]”

On former Dior fashion designer John Galliano, Who was booted from the fashion world after a drunken, anti-Semitic rant,  Portman says it’s time to forgive.

“I don’t see why not to be forgiving to someone who is, I mean, someone who’s trying to change,” she says. “However, I don’t think those comments are ever OK. I don’t forgive the comment, but … we’ve all done things that we regret.”

So, Portman attacks Israel’s Prime Minister and defends a drunk anti-Semite.

Typical liberal Democrat. Forgive those in your party, condemn everyone else.

What’s really hilarious is the entire quote:

“I don’t want to use my platform [the wrong way]. I feel like there’s some people who become prominent and then it’s out in the foreign press. You know, shit on Israel. I do not, I don’t want to do that.”

But, you did. Netanyahu is not racist. Just because you say he is, doesn’t make it so.

On election day, Netanyahu said:

“Arab voters are coming out in droves to the polls. Left-wing organizations are busing them out.”

That was a true statement. The Democrats (left-wingers) were busing them to the polls, just like what American Democrats are doing in America, pouring illegal Latinos across the border, making them citizens, to steal elections.

It’s not racist to point out facts.

Netanyahu shouldn’t have apologized for making a factual statement. He should have supported his original statement like I did, explaining how liberals in Israel are using Arabs for their vote.

Again, Natalie Portman, think about it, you attacked Israel’s Prime Minister and defended a drunk anti-Semite.