The Yesh Atid leader has transformed the protest against inequality into an economic and moral blow to Israel's two poorest communities.
While Tuesday's election was in many ways about the social protests in Israel in 2011, it did not address the most pressing social ills and only perpetuated the false dichotomy between right and left.
Today's candidates are sweeping the major issues under the rug and avoiding giving answers. A candidate who dared say something meaningful could rake in a lot of votes.
Concerned about the economic or political situation? Well, things are relatively quiet, so be very concerned. Netanyahu is liable to stir things up.