Biden Demands Israel Enact ‘Ceasefire,’ Makes No Demands Of Hamas To Release Hostages

President Joe Biden continued his turn against Israel this week, demanding that the country unilaterally agree to a ceasefire in exchange for nothing from Hamas.

Biden made the remarks during a Univision interview that aired Tuesday night when Enrique Acevedo gave him a loaded question attacking Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, asking him if Netanyahu “is more concerned about his political survival than he is in the national interest of his people.”

“Well, I will tell you, I think what he’s doing is a mistake,” Biden said of Netanyahu’s military campaign to eliminate Hamas after the Islamic terrorist group murdered 1,200 inside Israel on October 7.

“I don’t agree with his approach,” Biden said, later adding: “So, what I’m calling for is for the Israelis to just call for a ceasefire, allow for the next six, eight weeks total access to all food and medicine going into the country. I’ve spoken with everyone from the Saudis to the Jordanians to the Egyptians. They’re prepared to move in. They’re prepared to move this food in. And I think there’s no excuse to not provide for the medical and the food needs of those people. It should be done now.”

Biden’s remarks were an apparent reversal from his previous demands that conditioned a ceasefire on Hamas releasing hostages

Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) said that the administration’s “widespread capitulation” was “appalling” and has convinced Hamas that they’ve “won.”

“Hamas rejects yet another ceasefire, even with Biden shamefully decoupling the issue from hostage releases — as Hamas effectively admits a lot of the hostages are dead,” responded Fox News contributor Guy Benson. “Enough. Stop pressuring Israel. Let them, and indeed encourage them to, finish Hamas.”

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