Biden Accused Of Spreading Misinformation About Israel-Hamas

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( – A State Department internal dissent memo alleges that President Joe Biden had spread disinformation about the Israel-Hamas war and noted that Israel had been committing “war crimes.”

According to an Axios report about the memo, it included the signatures of 100 USAID and State Department employees and suggested that Biden’s unrelenting support of Israel meant that he was “complicit in genocide” as Israel retaliated against Hamas, a Palestinian militant group, following the surprise terror attack on October 7, which resulted in at least 1,400 civilians in Israel losing their lives. The group also took as hostages hundreds of civilians, including children.

In the report, it was stated that the language in the memo resembled the one being used by progressive activists in the country who are upset over the way that President Biden has been handling the conflict. This has become a controversial issue within the Democratic Party and is likely to cause issues for the President in his 2024 reelection campaign.

The memo also accuses Biden of having spread “misinformation,” but there are no specific examples provided for the instances that have occurred.

Apart from making allegations about Biden’s behavior, it is also recommended in the memo for the U.S. government to push for the release of the hostages, including the “thousands” of Palestinians held by Israel.

Axios states that the memo had been moved through the State Department’s police office on Nov. 3, and it starts off by stating that it is a memo following the “recent atrocities committed by Hamas on October 7th.

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