Biden regime turns on Israel with call for ceasefire

The Biden administration will reportedly move to pressure Israel into backing down in Gaza with a proposed U.N. Security Council resolution for a temporary ceasefire in its war on the Hamas terror organization.

In a move that signals a more aggressive stance toward Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the U.S. has reportedly proposed a resolution for the temporary ceasefire and call for the Jewish state to hold off on its ground assault on Rafah in the Gaza strip, a Hamas stronghold.

According to Reuters which states it has seen the text, the draft resolution says that it “determines that under current circumstances a major ground offensive into Rafah would result in further harm to civilians and their further displacement including potentially into neighboring countries.”

The resolution comes amid reports of heightened tensions between Netanyahu and the White House which has until now been reluctant about calling for a ceasefire, a demand of the virulently anti-Israel elements of the Democrat base that have been demanding action from Biden in an election year.

“I’ve made the case, and I feel very strongly about it, that there has to be a temporary cease-fire to get the prisoners out, to get the hostages out,” Biden told reporters after speaking with the Israeli leader on Thursday, according to the Wall Street Journal.

“I’m hoping that the Israelis will not make any massive land invasion in the meantime,” he added. “It is my expectation that’s not going to happen.”

The news comes after a key Biden congressional ally Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) said that he has discussed Netanyahu with the president and they are in agreement that his “leadership is not good for Israel.”

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“I’ve talked to the President about this. And, of course, he is not going to be public with everything he says to Netanyahu. But I know this. He feels about the way I feel when it comes to Netanyahu. He is… his leadership has not been good for Israel. We stand firmly with the people of Israel, but I’ve always had a real problem with Netanyahu and that continues to be today,” Clyburn said during an appearance on CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday morning,

Biden is also facing a revolt from Muslims in Michigan, a key battleground state and anti-Semitic firebrand Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) is urging Democrats to vote against Biden in the upcoming primary to send a message that they may the reliable Democrat voting bloc won’t show up if he doesn’t do something about Gaza before Hamas has been wiped out.

“It is important, as you all know, to not only march against the genocide, not only make sure that we’re calling our members of Congress…it is also important to create a voting bloc, something that is a bullhorn to say enough is enough,” she said in a video posted to social media.

“We don’t want a country that supports wars and bombs and destruction. We want to support life. We want to stand up for every single life killed in Gaza,” said Tlaib who was wearing one of the keffiyeh scarfs that are wardrobe items for the terrorists. “This is the way you can raise our voices. Don’t make us even more invisible. Right now, we feel completely neglected — neglected and just unseen by our government. If you want us to be louder, then come here and vote uncommitted,” the

There have also been recent reports that Biden has been heard speaking of Netanyahu in derogatory terms, allegedly referring to his Israeli counterpart as an “a**hole” and a “bad f**king guy” as the military operation in Gaza drags on.

“The United States does ‘not plan to rush’ to a vote and intends to allow time for negotiations, a senior U.S. administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said on Monday,” Reuters reported. “To pass, a resolution needs at least nine votes in favor and no vetoes by the U.S., France, Britain, Russia or China.”

“The United States should be vetoing pro-Hamas resolutions, not proposing them. By putting forward a resolution calling for a ceasefire and opposing Israeli military action in Rafah, the White House is effectively pushing for Hamas to survive to massacre another day. This is a complete betrayal of U.S. interests and values,” former Trump NSC official Richard Goldberg told Fox News Digital.

Chris Donaldson

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