Biden’s Gaza Gambit: US Troops in Terror’s Backyard!

During his State of the Union address in February, President Joe Biden dropped a bombshell by declaring that U.S. troops are off to the Gaza Strip to build a “emergency port” for handing out humanitarian aid. The decision has triggered a firestorm of concern from national security experts, lawmakers on Capitol Hill, and basically anyone with a lick of common sense.

Senate Armed Service Ranking Member Roger Wicker and 11 other Republican Senators fired off a letter to Biden, expressing serious reservations about sending American troops into harm’s way. They called out the fact that this wild plan totally ignores the fact that it was Hamas, not exactly the poster child for peaceful behavior, that started the conflict in the first place. The lawmakers are worried sick that the Department of Defense is being way too casual about the possibility of terrorist groups like Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad attacking U.S. troops stationed in Gaza.

Now, the IDF is being asked to babysit the U.S. troops by setting up a security perimeter around the pier. Huh? That’s right, the good ol’ U.S. of A is essentially outsourcing the protection of its own soldiers to Israel. What happened to the whole “Israel fights for itself, by itself” thing? And what happens if, God forbid, something terrible happens to an American soldier? 

As if all of that wasn’t enough, the Pentagon is floating the idea of funding a “Palestinian peacekeeping force” once the war is over. So let’s get this straight – Biden wants to send U.S. troops to a potentially dangerous situation, rely on Israel to keep them safe, and then throw money at a so-called “peacekeeping force” that may or may not have the best interests of America at heart. 

Written by Staff Reports

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