In a recent Hanukkah ceremony, President Biden made a comment about the importance of Israel’s existence for the safety of Jews around the world. Of course, this upset the radical leftist, Soros-funded, anti-Zionist groups who always find a reason to freak out. But let’s not forget, this doesn’t mean there’s an ideal relationship between Israel and the United States right now.
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During a fundraising event, Biden criticized Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, calling his government the most conservative in Israel’s history and claiming they don’t want a two-state solution. Well, Mr. President, maybe you should focus on your own country’s issues before criticizing a strong leader like Netanyahu. It’s clear that Biden lacks a deep understanding of the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Biden also mentioned that Israel is losing support around the world and that Netanyahu needs to make some changes. While it’s true that Israel is facing challenges in garnering support, the real problem lies within Biden’s own party. Democrats are in disarray when it comes to supporting Israel, with polls showing that a plurality of Democrats sympathize more with Palestinians. It’s concerning to see the erosion of support for our ally in the Middle East among those who should prioritize our longstanding relationship.
Even more alarming is the fact that Biden’s handling of the Israel-Hamas war has resulted in a drop in his approval ratings. Americans across parties disapprove of his approach, and more Democrats believe he is showing too much support for Israel. It’s clear that Biden’s weak stance on this issue is not resonating with the American people.
But it’s not just Biden who is failing to support Israel. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Vice President Kamala Harris have made misguided remarks that further damage our relationship with our ally. Blinken’s odd comment about Israel not getting enough credit for eliminating Hamas and Harris suggesting restraint from Israel show a lack of understanding of the threats faced by the Jewish state.
It’s time for Biden and his administration to step up and show unwavering support for Israel. Our ally deserves better than half-hearted remarks and lukewarm support. As Israel faces ongoing security threats and risks its citizens to protect the free world, they need to know that the United States has their back. It’s time for Biden to prioritize the safety of our ally and realize the importance of a strong relationship with Israel.