Biden Blasted By Former WH Secretary Over Israel Visit

Foreign policy under the Biden administration has raised the eyebrow of former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer on Wednesday’s episode of “The Ingraham Angle.”
According to Fleischer, liberal Democrats are hostile to Israel and would damage Israel’s democracy if given the chance.

He then shifted gears to discuss President Joe Biden’s recent visit to Israel. On Wednesday, Biden spent more than seven hours visiting Israel’s conflict zone. He said while Biden felt for Israel, he urged them to keep their focus on the military purpose of destroying Hamas and not let their sadness and fury get in the way.

Fleischer said Biden made three mistakes during his tour that need to be brought to the public’s attention, and he wanted to make a few observations about it.

“Who does he think he is when he says Israelis shouldn’t let their anger get the best of them?” Fleischer asked.

Fleischer noted that he had been at every summit conference with foreign leaders who came to the United States in the wake of 9/11 and that none of them had given Americans advice on dealing with their grief. He said that President Biden has no right to advise or reprimand Israel over how it handled its current crisis.

The second appalling thing Fleischer observed was when Biden included in his remark the claim that “there are a lot of folks out there who are not so sure” that Israel did not bomb the hospital. He is talking about demonstrators in Jordan and Lebanon.”

Why does he even bother to take them seriously? Why doesn’t he just say they’re wrong and that Israel didn’t do it?” he continued.

He also mentioned delivering $100 million in aid to Gaza as a colossal mistake.

In the Gaza Strip, Hamas launched a barrage of rockets into Israel and dispatched armed operatives across the border. CNBC claims that Hamas is to blame for the murders of at least 1,400 people and the kidnappings of more than 150 residents. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared war on Hamas shortly after the attack.