October 14, 2023

Jill Biden Sends Letter To Israel

Jill Biden is stepping in.

She's taking control of the narrative.

No longer is she going to let Americans say that the Biden family isn't doing its part to help out in Israel.

Despite President Joe Biden practically funding the attack by Hamas on the innocent people of Israel, the Biden family hasn't been too eager to do anything to help the people of that country.

Jill Biden is claiming that she's doing her part by writing letters back and forth with Sara Netanyahu, wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

It seems to many that if the Biden family actually cared about the Netanyahu clan, then Joe would have invited at least one of them to the White House during his presidential tenure.

"Like so many Americans, I am deeply concerned for the people of Israel in the face of this unconscionable terrorist attack," Jill Biden wrote in her letter. "Our resolve is clear ­— even though our hearts are broken." She added:

We stand with the state of Israel and its people, always. You and Bibi are in my prayers.

Sara Netanyahu responded by writing a letter to Jill Biden calling Jill "a true friend."

"You are a true friend. Bibi and I appreciate that and the unwavering support you and Joe have shown us. Today and always," Sara Netanyahu’s letter said. "At the moment, we share a broken heart, but Israel’s resolve will see us emerge victorious in this war of good over unspeakable evil." She went on:

We have no other choice. Thank you for your prayers.

At least this is something, but many people still feel like the Biden family still isn't doing enough to fight against evil.

Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Should Jill and Joe Biden be doing more?

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