Mon. Apr 15th, 2024
alert-–-a-shock-new-poll-shows-majority-of-america-now-opposes-gaza-war…-duplicitous-democrats-openly-mock-netanyahu…-and-even-trump-sounds-the-alarm.-dan-mclaughlin-asks:-have-we-given-up-on-israel?Alert – A shock new poll shows MAJORITY of America now opposes Gaza war… duplicitous Democrats openly mock Netanyahu… and even Trump sounds the alarm. DAN MCLAUGHLIN asks: Have we given up on Israel?

This time, President Biden has truly betrayed Israel.

How can you tell?

His administration is spinning like mad to deny it.

Let me explain. The feckless 15-member United Nations Security Council – stacked with ‘great’ human rights defenders, like gang-ravaged Ecuador and authoritarian Algeria – approved a resolution on Monday demanding an immediate Israeli ceasefire in Gaza.

But the non-binding measure – incomprehensibly – did not make the pause in fighting contingent on Hamas’s release of their 130 hostages (96 living and 34 presumed dead).

It goes without saying that Israel will not comply. One doesn’t need to be a veteran diplomat to realize that if the Jewish State halted military operations with no pre-conditions, then Hamas would have no incentive to release its captives.

More maddening still, this ignominious ultimatum comes just weeks after a U.N. report found that Hamas savages raped women on October 7 and continue to sexually abuse women and children that they’re still holding hostage today.

As a permanent member of the Security Council, the U.S. could have used its veto power to unilaterally ‘kill’ this resolution. But, to America’s great disgrace, we sat on our hands and abstained from the vote allowing the resolution to pass 14-0.

Echoes of Barack Obama?

The feckless 15-member United Nations Security Council - stacked with 'great' human rights defenders, like gang-ravaged Ecuador and authoritarian Algeria - approved a resolution on Monday demanding an immediate Israeli ceasefire in Gaza .

The feckless 15-member United Nations Security Council – stacked with ‘great’ human rights defenders, like gang-ravaged Ecuador and authoritarian Algeria – approved a resolution on Monday demanding an immediate Israeli ceasefire in Gaza .

To America's great disgrace, we sat on our hands and abstained from the vote allowing the resolution to pass 14-0. Echoes of Barack Obama?

To America’s great disgrace, we sat on our hands and abstained from the vote allowing the resolution to pass 14-0. Echoes of Barack Obama?

On his way out the Oval Office door in December 2016, Barry pulled a similarly cowardly move.

He ordered his U.N. ambassador to abstain from a vote on a resolution calling for an end to Israeli settlements in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.

If Obama sincerely supported the measure, the U.S. should have voted in favor. Instead, the world’s best hope called out sick that day.

It’s no wonder Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was outraged by Biden’s latest move and briefly canceled an Israeli delegation’s planned visit to the U.S. next week.

That meeting is now back on, but, days ago, the Biden administration claimed to be gobsmacked by the reaction.

Grab the Dramamine; we’re about to start spinning.

Doing his best Captain Renault, White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby pronounced himself ‘perplexed’ on Monday.

‘Our vote does not — and I repeat that, does not — represent a shift in our policy,’ he said, feigning shock.

Who is he kidding?

The U.S. had no problem vetoing the three prior U.N. ceasefire resolutions proposed since October 7.

Why allow this one to pass by abstaining?

Well, progressive Democratic Congressman Ro Khanna gave Biden’s game away.

‘This is a significant change in [the President’s] Gaza policy after 3 prior vetoes of the ceasefire resolution,’ Khanna tweeted on Monday. ‘Grassroots activism is making the difference…’

So there it is: Anti-Israel voters in potential swing states, like Michigan and Minnesota, and on college campuses across the country now have a big megaphone. Team Biden fears losing them in a tight re-election campaign, and so he’s moved to appeasement. He just doesn’t have the guts to admit it. 

For decades, he has played this double game. As Obama’s Vice President, he cozied up to Israel’s sworn enemy Iran, while assuring pro-Israel Dems that he’d stand with Israel.

Doing his best Captain Renault, White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby pronounced himself 'perplexed' on Monday.

Doing his best Captain Renault, White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby pronounced himself ‘perplexed’ on Monday.

It's no wonder Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was outraged by Biden's latest move and briefly canceled an Israeli delegation's planned visit to the U.S. next week.

It’s no wonder Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was outraged by Biden’s latest move and briefly canceled an Israeli delegation’s planned visit to the U.S. next week.

Today, Biden says that Hamas must be destroyed, yet he dispatches VP Harris to oppose a planned Israeli operation to take out the terror army’s last stronghold in Rafah.

‘Any major military operation in Rafah would be a huge mistake,’ Harris blabbed last weekend.

Field Marshal Harris knows best!

Now, with next week’s U.S.-Israel meeting back on, the White House has taken to mocking Netanyahu. 

A U.S. official told Axios that ‘Biden’s senior advisers laughed’ when they heard of Bibi’s change of heart.

Is this how America treats its war-weary allies? Taunting them in the media?

Biden’s two-faced mask is slipping. Even Democrats admit his flip-flopping has gone too far.

‘It’s appalling the U.S. allowed passage of [this week’s U.N.] resolution that fails to condemn Hamas,’ Senator John Fetterman said on Monday.

In New Jersey, Rep. Josh Gottheimer warned the move would ‘only embolden Hamas and delay the safe return of hostages.’

Newly elected New York Congressman Tom Suozzi said it has strengthened ‘Hamas terrorists’.

One would expect Trump to pounce on Biden's vulnerability further driving a wedge between the Democrats' pro-Palestinian and pro-Israel voters. But no.

One would expect Trump to pounce on Biden’s vulnerability further driving a wedge between the Democrats’ pro-Palestinian and pro-Israel voters. But no.

'Any major military operation in Rafah would be a huge mistake,' Harris blabbed last weekend. Field Marshal Harris knows best! (Above) Palestinians gather on rubble of destroyed building in Rafah, The Gaza Strip on March, 27 2024

‘Any major military operation in Rafah would be a huge mistake,’ Harris blabbed last weekend. Field Marshal Harris knows best! (Above) Palestinians gather on rubble of destroyed building in Rafah, The Gaza Strip on March, 27 2024

Biden has lost the plot. But then there’s Donald Trump.

One would expect Trump to pounce on Biden’s vulnerability, further driving a wedge between the Democrats’ pro-Palestinian and pro-Israel voters. But no.

‘Israel has to be very careful because you’re losing a lot of the world, you’re losing a lot of support,’ Trump bluntly told an Israeli media outlet on Monday. ‘Israel has to do what they have to do but we have to get to peace because the world is turning and it’s not a good thing for Israel.’

If anyone can hold his finger in the air and tell which way the wind is blowing, it’s Trump.

And lo and behold, a new Gallup poll released Wednesday shows 55 percent of U.S. adults now oppose Israel’s military action in Gaza, while just 36 percent approve. Back in November, 50 percent backed Israel’s war. Support has fallen among both parties, as well as independents.

This is the most chilling warning to Israel yet.

Bibi must have known that he could never trust these deceitful Democrats.

But did he ever imagine that Trump, too, would get weak in the knees?

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