No, Biden Is Not Our Friend And This Is Why…

by David Mark

It may be hard for many to come to terms with the idea that despite the Biden administration transferring arms and money to Israel as well moving the Gerald Ford aircraft carrier and its accompanying strike group to Eastern Mediterranean, Joe Biden and his administration are anything but our friends.

The Biden administration has been adamant about funding Hamas since Joe Biden became president. Almost immediately after Biden took office in 2021, his administration sought to reinstate funding to the Palestinian Authority.

In internal documents received by the Washington Free Beacon, the Biden Administration sought to give $360 million to the “palestinians.” This went ahead despite the fact that there was a real concern that this money would reach terrorists – namely Hamas.

“We assess there is a high risk Hamas could potentially derive indirect, unintentional benefit from U.S. assistance to Gaza. There is less but still some risk U.S. assistance would benefit other designated groups,” the State Department wrote in a draft sanctions exemption request circulated internally in March 2021, shortly after Biden took office. “Notwithstanding this risk, State believes it is in our national security interest to provide assistance in the West Bank and Gaza to support the foreign policy objectives.”

So essentially, the US has knowingly funded an Islamic Nazi terrorist group whose entire raison d’etre is to wipe out the Jewish people.

Don’t worry, it gets worse.

Who Is Maher Bitar?

Maher Bitar is currently the Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Intelligence Programs on the White House’s National Security Council staff. He identifies as a “palestinian.” He also sits on the executive board of Students for Justice in Palestine.

Bitar has worked at the UNRWA and authored papers on the “Nakba” and “palestinian” activism. In one paper he argued, “political existence as a state is the cause for palestinian dispossession and statelessness.”

Mahir Bitar is the highest ranking intelligence official in the US administration as well as the “palestinian” with the most amount of intelligence clearance. This has been a huge win for the PLO and Hamas in their drive to destroy the Jewish people.

Hady Amr – Connected To Qatar

Hady Amr is the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State focused on Israel-Palestine relations. In an interview with Georgetown’s Berkley Center ahead of a conference he led in Doha in 2007 as the founding director of the Brookings Institute’s Center in Qatar, Mr. Amr stated it would be in everyone’s interest to engage the Muslim Brotherhood. Qatar is the Brookings Institute’s biggest funder.

There are many more, but both Maher Bitar and Hady Amr have highly influential positions in the administration. Joe Biden can claim he is a friend of Israel and even a Zionist, but those are empty words if he is hanging out and employing those who support terrorism against the Jewish people.

If Biden Is Not On Israel’s Side, Then Why Send Aircraft Carriers And More?

In 1983, 241 U.S Marines were killed when suicide bombers detonated truck bombs in their base in Beirut. Then too, the US sent an aircraft carrier and a destroyer to the Mediterranean. In a recent Federalist article Kyle Shideler points out that at the same time the public face of US policy was to show that they were allied with Israel, it was believed by many in the State Department and the CIA that it would be best to attempt to befriend Arafat and the PLO.

The US aircraft carrier and the marines stationed in Beirut were not there to help Israel. Shideler says the following in his article: “At the time of the 1983 bombing, U.S. and French forces were part of a multinational force overseeing a ceasefire with the goal of allowing the PLO to withdraw safely from Lebanon and avoid total destruction at the hands of the IDF. In essence, they were holding back their ally from destroying a common enemy.”

It seems Biden is not only set on repeating history – he may be encouraging far worse.

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