Biden Heckler Shut Down by Crowd
Joe and Jill Biden were attending the 2023 Human Rights Campaign National Dinner at the Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC on Saturday.
The event was crashed by a pro-Palestinian activist who tried to ruin Joe’s speech.
Biden laughed it off, and the heckler was eventually drowned out by the crowd.
If there is one thing that I think we can all agree on, it is that Joe Biden needs to remain loyal to Israel.
So, when a pro-Palestinian heckler tried to interrupt Joe’s speech, the crowd took care of it for him.
As Biden was speaking, the heckler could be heard in the distance, then Joe stopped talking just long enough to be able to make out what the activist was saying.
The crowd gave him the expected chuckle, then they did Joe a favor by starting to chant, “Four more years.” Not sure what they were serving at the function, but they were clearly feeling it to want four more years of this disaster.
This situation with anti-Israel supporters is picking up momentum and sadly, includes some members of Congress, most notably Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI).
Omar even got caught reposting fake news on X. She thought she was reposting a picture of dead children in Gaza that the original poster claimed were killed by Israeli attacks, but it was actually a picture from 2013 of children who had been killed in Syria.
The correction does not matter much, though, because we all know that fake news gets more attention than the correction to challenge it.
Since the war started, Biden has sent two carrier strike force teams and an amphibious assault ship to the region. I have also seen reports that troops are being told to stand by for deployment, so it is probably only a matter of time before we are directly involved in this war, which then means more protests.
Iran threatened that if Israel puts boots on the ground in Gaza, and every sign points to this happening, it will attack Israel on a new front in the hopes of stretching its resources.
If that happens, it is all but a certainty that the U.S. will put forces on the ground as well as provide air support for Israel.