Fox News correspondent Trey Yingst has been reporting the Israel war since the very beginning.
However, his reporting took things to a new level when he traveled with the IDF troops inside Gaza.
Yingst was one of only a handful of journalists permitted to travel with the Israeli troops.
In the War Zone
One of the first reports I saw from Yingst was when he entered the homes of families that had been slaughtered right after the initial terrorist attack against Israel by Hamas.
It was quite clear that Yingst was disturbed by what he saw, but it was after the fact.
This time, he went into an active war zone with Israeli fighters, stating, “Today, for the first time in 29 days, the Israeli military allowed a small group of journalists into the Gaza Strip to see firsthand their operations against Hamas."
He continued, “Right now we’re with the Israeli military in an armored personnel carrier. The Israelis have cut the Gaza Strip in half. They’ve fought their way to the Mediterranean Sea and encircled Gaza City. They’re waiting now for the orders to go further in."
While hunting for the Hamas fighters, the IDF is also actively seeking out the locations of the hostages that remain in the custody of Hamas.
So far, Joe Biden has not interfered in Israel's war, but he is now facing extreme pressure from the far left for a cease-fire, something that Netanyahu said will not happen until he has hunted down the last Hamas fighter.
Israel did, however, cave on the demand to create a safe corridor for people to leave Gaza.
The problem for Netanyahu on this front is that Israel cannot fight, let alone win this war without support from the United States.
If Biden continues to face this pressure, he may start putting conditions on the military aid, forcing Israel to pause its attack in the hope of a diplomatic solution.
Most of us believe that is useless because Hamas has been adamant that it will not stop until it ends Israel.
The very people demanding the cease-fire continue to push the idea that Hamas carried out a military action when it was clearly a terrorist attack.