Young folks who are members of the Democratic Party have issued a threat, stating that they will not vote for President Joe Biden’s reelection next year due to his stance on Israel as the Jewish nation continues its military conflict with Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas, according to a report recently published in the New York Times.
“Since Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel, Biden has pledged the United States’ support to the country, even using an Oval Office address to introduce an aid package that would send funds to Israel. Biden’s unwavering support for Israel may cost him votes in the upcoming presidential election among young Americans who believe the president should have more sympathy for the Palestinian cause, according to The NYT,” the Daily Caller stated in its own report on the topic.
“I feel very betrayed by Biden,” Angela Balya, a 28-year-old who was attending a pro-Palestine protest in Manhattan, said during a conversation with The NYT. “I definitely will not be voting for him again.”
So the reason this woman is so ticked off at Biden is not because he’s tanked the economy, spiked inflation, botched the troop withdrawal in Afghanistan, or anything else of that nature. It’s because he’s not antisemitic enough. This is what happens when you send a child to public school for 12 years and then ship them off to a liberal university. They are radicalized to become anti-Jewish and anti-American.
“The Sunrise Movement, a climate activist group that worked to garner support for Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign, is ‘raising questions’ about whether the organization and other young voters will back the president in his reelection bid, the group’s political director told The NYT,” the report continued.
“If the Democratic Party and President Biden continue to send weapons and military support to Israel, it threatens to lose our generation, and that’s a very dangerous choice to make ahead of a critical election year,” Michele Weindling, the Sunrise Movement’s political director, said during an interview with the outlet. One thing is for sure. The war between Israel and Hamas has revealed just how much anti-Semitism still exists in the modern world. Some folks have mistakenly believed that such sentiments were wiped out in World War II. That is, unfortunately, not the case.
“During Biden’s trip to Israel, he told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu he ‘wanted to personally come’ to Israel to stress his support for the country, adding that Americans were grieving with the country and very worried about the war. The president announced in Israel the United States would be giving $100 million in Humanitarian aid to Gaza and the West Bank,” Daily Caller’s report revealed.
Many of Biden’s hardcore leftist Muslim and Arab American supporters are also pulling back from the president due to the favorable stance he’s taken with Israel. But hey, it’s all about Israel being a colonialist oppressor, right? There’s no way it has anything to do with conflicting religious beliefs and with Islam demanding the slaughter of those who refuse to convert. That just could not be true. After all, every culture is equal in value.
No. No, it is not.
“President Biden has shown to people that there’s virtually no difference between Republicans and Democrats on the question of the mass atrocities being leveled against Gaza,” Kaleem Hawa, who is responsible for having organized Palestinian Youth Movement student protests, stated during his chat with The NYT.
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