Biden and Netanyahu at Odds Over Gaza

( – The People’s Republic of China (PRC) is creating a pressure cooker that could explode at any moment with their aggressive attitude towards Taiwan (ROC/Republic of China) and the other Asia-Pacific (APAC) countries, and President Joe Biden and the rest of the Left seem ambivalent at best.

When it comes to the war raging in Eastern Europe after Russian President Vladimir Putin sent his military into Ukraine, the Liberals have already sent tens of billions of dollars worth of military equipment and aid to the defenders, and are looking to authorize almost $100 billion more.

When one looks to Israel, one of America’s staunchest allies, which was the victim of an unprovoked attack by the Islamic Republic of Iran’s proxy terrorist group Hamas that saw unarmed civilians slaughtered, the Leftists — particularly the Progressive arm areā€¦

Singing a Different Tune

After procrastinating long enough, Biden’s 2024 State of the Union (SOTU) address was given on March 7, making it the latest date that a president has ever delivered one. Afterward, he was speaking to Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO), relating an anecdote from a recent conversation with Israeli Prime Minister (PM) Benjamin Netanyahu in what ended up being another in his long line of “gaffe machine” moments.

Biden claimed to have said to the PM, “I told him, ‘Bibi [a usually friendly nickname for Netanyahu] you and I are going to have a come to Jesus [moment],'” regarding the ongoing war in Gaza. He cautioned Bennett not to repeat the comment, but unfortunately for the POTUS, the aid who came over to warn him he was on a live mic didn’t get there until the world heard it anyway. One could argue this was two gaffes in one since he had just told the leader of the Jewish nation that he needed to meet — metaphorically at least — the Christian Messiah.

Not long after that bungled moment, Biden provided an exclusive interview to MSNBC and seemed to lay the blame for the high number of civilian deaths in Gaza squarely at the feet of Netanyahu, saying that “he must [repeated three times for emphasis] pay more attention to the innocent lives lost” as a result of Israel’s effort at eradicating Hamas. He then played the sympathy card by stating his hope that they can find a way to get a cease-fire in place so that the Palestinians can observe Islam’s holy month of Ramadan, which began on March 12. It didn’t happen.

The POTUS also opined that the humanitarian crisis in Gaza was again the fault of Netanyahu, saying that the fighting is doing more to hurt Israel than to help them in the eyes of the world and deemed it “a big mistake.” In response, the Prime Minister’s office issued a press release which said if the president meant that, he was prosecuting this war to advance a personal agenda or against the will of the people of Israel, he needs to rethink that.

Netanyahu informed Biden that he has the support of the “overwhelming majority” of his citizens in the effort to finally unseat the terrorist group that raises generation after generation steeped in the ideology of religious intolerance. He also says the government and its people are in agreement that they “should resoundingly reject the attempt to ram down our throats a Palestinian state.”

Perhaps it is not surprising on the narrative the American president is pushing considering the anti-Semitic hate being spewed on college campuses across the country and from the halls of Congress by “The Squad” and other Progressive and Liberal politicians. While all this is going on, there are those pointing to the hypocrisy of blaming Israel for the civilian deaths since it is Hamas that is choosing to use innocent Palestinians as human shields.

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