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January 1, Biden’s Missteps Led To Hamas Terror Attack on Israel



A grim echo of violence reverberated through the Middle East as Hamas unleashed a chilling terror attack on Israel. But this devastation isn’t isolated to international diplomacy; it has sent tremors through US politics.

President Joe Biden, now under the magnifying glass, faces fierce criticism, with his detractors attributing this chaos directly to his administration’s policies.

Former President Donald Trump, mincing no words, attributed this devastating event to the current administration’s perceived frailty on the global stage.

“The Israeli attack was made because we are perceived as being weak and ineffective and with a really weak leader,” he said.

Adding to the gravity of the situation, Trump remarked, “All over the world things are not what they were just three years ago.”

The sobering aftermath of this attack reveals a death toll exceeding 1,000 in Israel, which tragically includes 14 Americans, and 900 in Gaza, as informed by both Israeli and Palestinian officials.

An even more dire situation unfolds as reports suggest Hamas fighters are holding an estimated 150 hostages, threatening a grim fate for all of them.

Trump didn’t stop there. He made it explicitly clear that he believes that funds from American taxpayers, allegedly provided by the Biden Administration, played a role in financing these harrowing attacks.

“We brought so much peace to the Middle East through the Abraham Accords, only to see Biden whittle it away at a far more rapid pace than anyone thought possible. Here we go again.”

The fingerprints of Iran, a historical ally of Hamas, are evident in this attack. After a brief period of estrangement, the bond between the two has been rekindled in recent years, with Iranian officials arming Hamas militants with both training and resources.

In fact, Iranian security experts meticulously orchestrated the invasion, ultimately giving Hamas the green light, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The event illuminates the glaring failure of the U.S. in reining in Iran, even with the ongoing efforts to forge an agreement via the Iranian nuclear deal revival.

Adding fuel to fire, the U.S., just last month, approved the unfreezing of $6 billion from Iranian oil sales in South Korea in exchange for the release of five American prisoners.

Republicans, both in the halls of Congress and on the campaign circuits, are relentless in their criticism of the Biden administration for this seemingly untimely fund release.

Former Vice President Mike Pence did not hold back, stating, “President Joe Biden’s kowtowing for the last two and a half years to the mullahs in Iran, lifting sanctions, begging them to get back in the Iran nuclear deal, and then paying $6 billion in a ransom for hostages, I think, set the conditions for this unprecedented terrorist attack by Hamas against Israel.”

In the aftermath of this onslaught, the world is left pondering the waning American influence in the Middle East.

This sentiment was bolstered when China facilitated the restoration of diplomatic ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia, sidelining the U.S.

Analysts and experts see this as a sign of America’s declining power in the region.

Jonathan Spyer, a seasoned researcher at the Middle East Forum, said Tehran believes “Iranian power is on the way up.”

He said “they regard themselves as the rising power,” and see the “United States as the setting sun, the power which is declining and departing the Middle East.”

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  1. Karen

    October 12, 2023 at 6:33 am

    I don’t think this was bungled by Bidens administration but bought paid for and planned for a very long time. It’s part of an undermining power grab to induce fear ; the great distraction from peace. A distraction from the big picture. Techniques the CCP has used used for generations. Distract the masses, court fear and selfishness. In decades past apathy and a distortion of ” values”; disguised as rights . The victimization of cultures self esteem and the virtual ” bribing of America.” Distractions, however self fulfilling they maybe, undermine and disenfranchise voters . But a rose is but a rose by any other name.

  2. Gerald Scott Ladd

    October 12, 2023 at 8:22 am

    Trump loves Aerica, and Americans. Biden loves Biden only. Puts America second, or third.

  3. Charles Newman

    October 12, 2023 at 9:04 am

    Change missteps to intentional misdeeds and you have it right!

  4. EMMA

    October 12, 2023 at 10:48 am

    HOW MANY MISSTEPS HAS BIDEN MADE IN HIS YEARS IN OFFICE.?????? WHY DOES ”’TLAIB” FLY THE PALESTINIAN FLAG IN OUR WHITE HOUSEA;;???????????for this alone squad members need to be removed from congress. they supposed to stand for america and israel. tired of these traitors committing treason EVERY DAY.IF THEY HATE AMERICA, THE DOOR IS OPEN.THEY SHAME AMERICA AND OUR CITIZENS EVERY DAY, BIDEN WAKE UP, YOU HAVE THESE TRAITORS IN OUR CONGRESS.

    • Carole Adams

      October 12, 2023 at 9:17 pm

      These are not missteps, it is all planned to bring in the Great Reset which will lead to a One World Government.

  5. Donald Cook

    October 12, 2023 at 10:50 am

    Can we send All of the Democrats over there?

  6. Lynn Lasister

    October 12, 2023 at 11:08 am

    Donald Cook has the BEST IDEA for all Americans!

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