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RULES FOR THEE, NOT FOR ME: Biden Says He Is “Outraged” At Israel, But US Army Did Worse In Afghanistan

The White House on Tuesday evening released a statement from President Joe Biden in which he declared himself “outraged” and “heartbroken” by the deaths of seven humanitarian aid workers in a mistaken Israeli airstrike in Gaza.

He demanded that Israel’s investigation into the airstrike be “swift, it must bring accountability, and its finding must be made public.” He continued, saying that “This conflict has been one of the worst in recent memory in terms of how many aid workers have been killed. This is a major reason why distributing aid in Gaza has been so difficult – because Israel has not done enough to protect aid workers trying to deliver desperately needed help to civilians.”

“Israel has not done enough to protect civilians,” the statement continues. “The United States has repeatedly urged Israel to deconflict their military operations against Hamas… in order to avoid civilian casualties.”

Firstly, “deconflict their military operations”? As in, surrender to Hamas? Unilaterally stop fighting Hamas as it continues to promise that it will carry out the Oct. 7 massacre again – and worse – if it gets the chance?

Secondly, while Biden is “outraged” at Israel’s mistaken strike, he wasn’t outraged at all when in 2022, under his watch, a U.S. military drone strike in Afghanistan killed an aid worker and 9 other people,  7 children. Not only did Biden not acknowledge what had happened, the Pentagon at the time even called it a “righteous strike.”

And after that, Biden dragged his feet on evacuating other workers who aided the U.S. in Afghanistan, resulting in many deaths at the hands of the Taliban, who swiftly retook the country following the president’s bungled withdrawal from the country.

If Biden had any shame, he would retract his statement. But it’s unlikely he has any shame, or even any understanding of what he just said, considering that he is at a stage in which he can barely remember his own name.

(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)

10 Responses

  1. Obviously the IDF can’t do it, but someone should open a site or at least a Twitter feed with graphs comparing the Gaza civilian casualty rate with the rates of the U.S.’s recent wars. What a bunch of hypocrisy.

  2. Biden’s statement is malicious, malevolent and libelous. Time for the Jews in America to take heed. This goldene golus is losing its shine and becoming a menacing place.

  3. Israel admitted that they made a mistake. Innocent people died because of the mistake. Israel accepts blame and will move on with an investigation and ensuring that it does not recur.

    It is preposterous to have an article that America also made a mistake and killed innocent people.

  4. I am outraged at America and the Jewish people living there, if your lives in America are effecting us…then that is a problem……

  5. What an idiotic ferd he is! But, as YWN justly pointed out – this lunatic has no idea what he’s talking about anyway. Just shows how far the “Democratic” party has fallen.

  6. It seems like EVERYTHING in or around Gaza is implicitly the fault of Israel!
    Israel not protecting aid workers enough now became the reason why aid is not reaching the poor “innocent civilians” in Gaza! Simply mind boggling! Forget Al Jazeera, Biden the retard has literally become the mouthpiece of Hamas!

  7. Sadly, in every war, how may soldiers get killed from friendly fire? 3 hostages got killed when IDF soldiers mistook them for terrorists – the world is making a big fuss of a tragic mistake. Israel will surely learn its lesson to make sure it hopefully won’t happen again.

  8. This is purely feigned outrage for political reasons only.

    Mr. Biden feels he needs to win Michigan and other swing states that have a significant Muslim population and he selects his administrations policies on the basis of what will give him votes.

    Our nation’s policy, both foreign and domestic, has been hijacked by people who simply want to remain in power without having in mind the good of the people they are governing.

    This also explains the administration’s many attempts to forgive college tuition loans even though it is a divisive and clearly unfair policy, but he needs young people in order to keep his job.

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