Political Divide Unfolding In White House Over Israel-Hamas War

It appears the White House is divided over the ongoing Middle East war between Israel and Hamas, a terrorist organization.

President Joe Biden has tried to remain neutral in the war, considering that many in his cabinet and fellow Democrats support Palestine and refuse to condemn Hamas.

Nonetheless, Biden’s decisions have slightly tilted in favor of Israel, with the president authorizing the sale of $320 million worth of precision bombs to the Jewish State. With this being said, the president disproved a $14 billion aid package for Israel that was introduced by House Republicans, which omitted any funding for Ukraine.

Now, Biden is facing growing criticism from State Department officials and members of his administration over his stance on the Middle East war.

“It has created great moral anxiety,” one senior administration official said, per PJ Media. “But no one can say it because we all work at the pleasure of the president and he’s all in.”

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) also demonstrated its fierce opposition toward the president’s stance on Israel, with agency staffers signing a letter urging the Biden administration to call for a ceasefire – a suggestion that has been rejected by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

“For USAID efforts to be effective and for lives to be saved, we need an immediate ceasefire and cessation of hostilities,” the letter read.

“We believe that further catastrophic loss of human life can only be avoided if the United States Government calls for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, the release of Israeli hostages, and the restoration of water, food, fuel, and electricity to the people of Gaza by the State of Israel,” it added.

These vile individuals paraglided into Israeli territory on Oct. 7, 2023, and began shooting everyone in sight, including children.

Many conservatives have argued that for the war to end, Hamas must cease its brutal operation to eradicate the state of Israel, which, of course, it has no intention of doing.