We have all seen them, single or in aggregate, the Gaza protestors who want a ceasefire now.

They are playing into the hands of Hamas. They are for is the killing of Jews and the destruction of Israel. In other words, these  USEFUL IDIOTS are giving breath to terrorists who will execute them at a moments notice. They are one an the same as the BLM movement , one snake with two heads, an offshoot of the George Zimmerman bruhaha.

Effectively, they are saying, let Hamas win and Israel lose. The true story here is not a mystery. The protestors are boosting Hamas, who will regroup, rearm, and retarget Israel. Israel cannot let this happen. We sympathize with the hostages and their families, but in War innocents are sometimes victims. Some might say that we have no skin in the game, true, however, to finish the job, Israel has no choice but to eliminate Hamas. There must be payback of October 7.

There is a ton of pressure on Biden, so far he has withstood the call to pressure Netanyahu. But slowly, POTUS is relenting to the Hamas aficionados, boosted by confrontations on college campuses, public engagements and Muslim aggregates. Bibi has one more job to do, eliminate the Head of the Octopus, this means to move into Rafah before it is too late. Israel will find out soon enough, if the U.S. stands for Israel or like Pelosi, is a Sunshine supporter.

Nancy Pelosi joins call to halt U.S. weapons transfers to Israel

Story by Andrew Solender

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Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) signed onto a call by progressive members of Congress for the U.S. to stop transferring weapons to Israel over a strike that killed seven aid workers in Gaza.

Why it matters: It’s a significant break with Israel by a long-standing supporter that underscores growing fissures between Democrats and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government.

Driving the news: The letter, led by Reps. Mark Pocan (D-Wisc.), Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) and Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), was released on Friday with 37 signatures from 37 other Democrats, including Pelosi.

  • “In light of the recent strike against aid workers and the ever-worsening humanitarian crisis, we believe it is unjustifiable to approve these weapons transfers,” the lawmakers wrote to President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken.