Likud’s Regev: Whoever doesn’t vote for us is a misanthrope, ungrateful

Minister Miri Regev says any Israeli who doesn’t vote for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party in next week’s election is a “misanthrope” and “ungrateful.”

She makes the comment at a conference in Jerusalem.

“If there is someone who saves your life and makes sure you have a good life, those who don’t vote for such a person are misanthropes,” she says.

Regev further asserts that Gideon Sa’ar,  who left Likud to form New Hope, “spat in the face” of Likud and “betrayed” the party.

Likud Minister Miri Regev (R) at the Besheva conference in Jerusalem on March 14, 2021 (Miri Moldovan)
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