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BOOM! Natalie Portman SLAMS Meryl Streep Over Anti-Israel Views


During her Golden Globes speech, Meryl Streep said a lot of ridiculous things. But it was something she didn’t say that really got people’s blood boiling.

And one of those people was actress Natalie Portman.

During her tirade, Streep began listing actors who were born outside of the United States. It was meant to shame Trump for his alleged anti-immigrant views.

As she named off each actor, Streep noted where he or she was born, including the city and country.

For instance, “Amy Adams was born in Vicenza, Italy… And the beautiful Ruth Negga was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia…”

But when Streep got to actress Natalie Portman, she simply mentioned that the star “was born in Jerusalem.”

It might seem like a minor omission. But it is the same omission the US State Department makes on all documents issued by its consulate in Jerusalem. The city is never paired with the country, Israel. Because Washington and Hollywood don’t accept that Jerusalem belongs to Israel and the Jews.

The Washington Free Beacon decided to clear up the matter and asked Portman’s agent if the actress was in fact born in the nation of Israel.

The response, according to the Free Beacon:

“Chris Andrews, Portman’s representative at the Creative Artists Agency (CAA), gave the Washington Free Beacon an emphatic “YES” when asked whether Portman was born in Israel in a stinging rebuke to Julia Child impersonator Meryl Streep’s anti-Israel speech at the Golden Globes.”

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