Look What Biden Did At UN Total Betrayal Of Israel

We’ve come full circle, folks.

Since the October 7th attack on Israel, the United States under the Biden administration has sent their UN ambassador to veto two resolutions calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.

As Biden’s poll numbers drop from his base the United States has drafted a UN resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken made the draft known on March 20, 2024, and it is already before the UN Security Council who is expected to pass it.

“We’re pressing for an immediate ceasefire tied to the release of hostages. That would bring immediate relief to so many people who are suffering in Gaza – the children, the women, the men,” Blinken told Saudi media outlet Al Hadath.

“We actually have a resolution that we put forward right now that’s before the United Nations Security Council that does call for an immediate ceasefire tied to the release of hostages, and we hope very much that countries will support that,” Blinken said. “I think that would send a strong message, a strong signal.”

Blinken has thrown language in there as a “caveat” like, “Of course, we stand with Israel and its right to defend itself.” That was immediately followed by a “but” and an emphasis on the need to focus on “the civilians who are in harm’s way.”

The entire world is watching Biden cave to a minority of his base that are protesting him at his events.

What’s even more ironic is that the ceasefire akin to gaslighting.

From Hotair:

The resolution doesn’t demand that the ceasefire be permanent, and “immediate” is a rather vague word under the current conditions. Second, there is no mention of Israel fully withdrawing the IDF from Gaza. And finally, the ceasefire would be dependent on Hamas releasing the hostages.

In reality, this isn’t all that different from what Israel has already offered in the past. Hamas has repeatedly rejected such an arrangement, insisting that only a full, permanent withdrawal from Gaza would be acceptable. They have also shown no inclination to release the rest of the hostages since they are the last insurance policy they have.


The resolution’s optics are horrible, but it’s just another administration attempt to gaslight its base.


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