Biden: There’s a Red Line, Maybe There Is, There’s No Red Line


Joe Biden said that if Netanyahu goes into Rafah, that is his red line. At least, that is what he said on MSNBC Saturday. Then, things changed

“The defense of Israel is still critical, so there’s no red line [where] I’m going to cut off all weapons… But there’s red lines that if he crosses them…” Biden said, not completing his thought.

Netanyahu believes he must finish off Hamas and attempt to free the remaining Israeli hostages. He said that about three-quarters of Hamas fighters were killed, and Israel should be able to destroy Hamas in four to six weeks.

In response to Biden’s comment, Benjamin Netanyahu said, “We’re not going to leave. You know, I have a red line. You know what the red line is, that October 7 doesn’t happen again. Never happens again.”

The Editorial Board at The Wall Street Journal posted their viewpoint:

Mr. Biden’s vocal criticism of Israel can’t be separated from his desire to appease his party’s increasingly insistent anti-Israel wing. He wants to avoid a protest spectacle at the Democratic convention in August, and he’s worried about losing Michigan as young people and Arab-Americans defect. It sounds like his Israel policy increasingly runs through Dearborn, Michigan.

That’s the truth. Biden only cares about politics.

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