Biden Claims Hamas Struck Israel Because He was Close to Bringing Peace in Region Despite Saying He 'Cannot Prove' It

Nick Kangadis | November 28, 2023
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At this point, it’s almost normal to hear President Joe Biden say something nonsensical concerning…well, anything. But it’s even funnier to hear him brag about things he ALMOST did when his predecessor already accomplished those things. While there’s been periods and pockets of peace in the Middle East over the years, it’s pretty safe to say that full peace will never be achieved in that region. However, the way Biden tells it, you’d think that he was on the verge on curing cancer — which he did promise in his 2020 campaign.

In a recent exchange with a reporter regarding the current conflict in the Middle East between Israelis and Palestinians, Biden spoke of how he had been working “very closely” with certain nations in the region towards achieving peace — but with a caveat.

“I cannot prove what I’m about to say,” Biden said in possibly the most honest half-sentence he’s ever uttered, “but I believe one of the reasons why Hamas struck when they did was they knew that I was working very closely with the Saudis and others in the region to bring peace to the region by having recognition of Israel and Israel’s right to exist.”

Maybe don’t lead off your statement with the fact that you can’t prove what you’re going to say. It kinda kills the credibility of your comments.

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If you recall, former President Donald Trump established peace deals between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco — all in a four-month timespan.

The Middle East was closer than ever to agreeing to peace in the region, but that all seemed to end when Biden continued his former boss’ [former President Barack Obama] funding of the number one state sponsor of terror in the world, Iran.

Now, playing devil’s advocate, if what Biden said in the clip above is true, it’s admirable to keep working on a new version of peace in the region. But, when peace was being achieved — only to be torn down so that he could say his regime achieved peace — not only is it counterproductive, but it also might be irreparable.


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