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Biden Sleepwalks The U.S. Into A Military Crisis To Placate Islamist Voters In Detroit


President Joe Biden is about to drag the United States closer toward a military conflict to appease Islamists and other Democrats whose antagonism toward Israel threatens the president’s chance of reelection.

In order to reward Palestinians — who overwhelmingly supported the Oct. 7 terrorist attack according to a poll released by the Palestinian Center for Policy Survey and Research — the Biden administration will build a port to help ships dock to deliver food, water and medical supplies, which Hamas will surely steal.

“Israel also has a fundamental responsibility to protect innocent civilians in Gaza,” Biden said Thursday night during his State of the Union address. “This war has taken a greater toll on innocent civilians than all previous wars in Gaza combined.”

“Tonight, I am directing the U.S. military to lead an emergency mission to establish a temporary pier in the Mediterranean on the Gaza coast that can receive large ships carrying food, water, medicine, and temporary shelters,” Biden continued before promising not to put American boots on the ground.

A senior administration official said ahead of Biden’s announcement they don’t currently “plan” on putting boots on the ground to build the port.

But even if the Biden administration keeps that promise, what American interest does it serve to collaborate with terrorists (who are still holding hostages) and terrorist sympathizers?

The answer is none. But it might serve the interests of a president with abysmal poll numbers desperately seeking to placate Islamist voters in a battleground state like Michigan. In Michigan and elsewhere, Biden lost tens of thousands of votes in the Democrat primary to “uncommitted” voters who refused to support the president due to his insufficient hostility toward Israel.

But building a port in Gaza isn’t just a gross political move; it also, if history tells us anything, could result in the slaughter of Americans.

The United States sent 800 Marines to Beirut in 1982 to help protect Muslims and Palestinians as part of a peacekeeping mission after Israel entered Lebanon to create a buffer between radical Palestinians and Syrian forces. The U.S. approved the operation known as “Peace for Galilee.”

One year later a suicide bomber attacked the barracks in Beirut, murdering 241 U.S. service members. The blame was placed on Hezbollah, the same group currently firing rockets into Israel daily alongside Hamas. The barrack bombing was preceded by an April 1983 attack on the embassy which also killed U.S. soldiers and CIA staff.

A Hezbollah supporter just recently mocked the United States after it announced it would send warships to the region following the Oct. 7 massacre.

“It seems that Uncle Joe did not tell the commanders of these warships and aircraft carriers about what happened on October 23, 1983,” the man said, according to The Associated Press.

But Biden seems to be buckling under pressure from Islamist Democrats who believe, after Hamas terrorists violently raped, slaughtered, and pillaged Israeli communities, that Biden isn’t catering enough to the same Palestinian people who largely supported the terrorist attack.

And what happens when U.S. forces withdraw? Presumably, Iran gets gifted a brand new port of access to import weapons, reminiscent of how the Biden administration left weapons technology in Afghanistan for the Taliban to acquire.

Infrastructure is not the central issue in Gaza — it’s Hamas and its sympathizers who lead the state. Any attempt to curry favor with terrorists will undoubtedly result in dangerous escalation and perhaps the death of Americans.

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