Your first link confirms that there is no evidence of “dual citizenship” for anyone presently in Congress outside of Ted Cruz. It also speculates about the Israeli “Law of Return,” without clarifying that the Law of Return will provide a fast-track to citizenship for any Jewish person who moves to Israel. The Law of Return does not apply to Jews who do not move to Israel. It is disingenuous of the author to cite this Israeli policy in this way without honestly explaining the law.
Your second link provides selections from the same “cut-and-paste” list of Jews that was once posted by someone on the Internet, that i always receive when i ask for actual evidence. Please note, on reading this list, it provides no evidence of “dual citizenship” for any of the persons on this list. In fact, it is a list of Jews. That’s it. Note that above this list, the author does note a few persons who actually have had Israeli citizenship, like Jonathan Pollard. Note that Pollard received Israeli citizenship only in 1995, long after his imprisonment for espionage. Rabbi Meir Kahane did indeed actually move to Israel and then moved back and forth between Israel and Brooklyn NY. Alan Goodman also moved to Israel and served in the Israeli army. These examples confirm that the Law of Return applies to people who move to Israel, or in Pollard’s exceptional case to a person who was imprisoned in the USA for espionage on behalf of Israel, and unable to move. Upon release from prison, Pollard’s parole agreement requires him to remain in the USA for five years, so while he is out of prison he cannot yet move to Israel as he intends. The rest of the list of supposed “dual citizens” is, to be blunt, phony. It’s a list of Jews, none of whom qualify for Israeli citizenship under the Law of Return.
Your third link provides the full “cut-and-paste” list of Jews. Seriously, that’s what it is. It’s designed to promote the belief that all Jews are de facto “disloyal” to the USA. It’s a fake list, and it has ugly intentions.
i wish this “dual citizen” distraction would not always come up, but i refute it when it does because letting it go is also a bad option.