Joe Biden just got told to sit down and shut up by this top foreign leader

President Biden believes he’s in charge. But he’s been hit with a reality check.

Because Joe Biden was just told to sit down and shut up by a foreign leader he thought was his ally.

The crisis in the Middle East has been worsening ever since the appalling October 7th attack on innocent Israeli citizens at the hands of deplorable, cowardly terrorists in Hamas.

Israel is in the unenviable position of having to find a way to thread the needle of making sure Hamas pays the price for their horrendous crimes while also making sure the global news understands they aren’t trying to go after innocent Palestinians in and around Gaza.

The sad reality is that Hamas is using that difficulty to their advantage by trying to make it seem like Israel is somehow waging a war against even innocent Palestinians, which couldn’t be further from the truth.

But of course, that’s the lie the American Left has bought in wholesale. At first, that wasn’t a lie the Biden administration was giving into. Though, lately, the president and his regime seem to be singing a different tune.

Recently, President Biden publicly stated that he does not believe that Israel should invade the southern region of Gaza, particularly the city of Rafah. In fact, Biden used particularly strong language for this matter saying it would be a “red line” that Israel shouldn’t cross.

Though Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, doesn’t seem to care a rat’s behind what President Biden and his fellow radical so-called “progressives” think.

In a statement shared with Politico, Benjamin Netanyahu said that they would absolutely “go there.” He also said that he has a duty to make sure nothing like October 7th ever happens again.

“We’ll go there. We’re not going to leave them,” Netanyahu shared with Politico.

“You know, I have a red line. You know what the red line is? That October 7 doesn’t happen again. Never happens again,” Netanyahu added.

Of course, President Biden may say that it’s a “red line” that he doesn’t want Israel to cross, but that has honestly seemed like an empty threat at the end of the day.

The Biden administration has said that they will be supporting Israel regardless because the alternative is allowing Hamas to continue to wreak havoc in the region, which is antithetical to America’s interests as well as the interests of our western allies in western Europe.

So while Joe Biden can wax poetically about how he doesn’t want “30,000 more Palestinians dead as a consequence” of going into southern Gaza, the reality is that Biden’s preaching from his ivory tower.

That’s simply what the radical Left does. They virtue signal.

That strategy has been effective in getting the Biden administration to change their strategy a little bit. At first, they were unashamed in their support of Israel completely obliterating Hamas from top to bottom.

Now, with the pressure of the radical Left growing on this issue, Joe Biden’s merely trying to play both sides in front of the media. He simply wants his radical Leftist base to believe that he’s listening to them at the end of the day.

One could argue, however, that Joe Biden’s strategy of toeing the line has not been as effective as he and the Democrats would’ve liked. Polls suggest that the crisis in the Middle East has been a losing issue overall for Joe Biden compared to his likely Republican presidential candidate opponent Donald Trump.

Simply put, many Americans just don’t believe Joe Biden is equipped to handle this issue and bring stability anywhere in the globe, much less the Middle East which historically has the highest tensions.

Those same Americans may remember that it wasn’t too long ago that Donald Trump was brokering peace deals to bring stability to the Middle East, something that seems unfathomable for the Biden admin to be capable of.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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