Why is President Biden abandoning our most faithful ally in the Middle East?

It’s been less than six months since Hamas invaded Israel, killed approximately 1,200 people, injured many others, and committed unspeakable sexual crimes against women and girls. Hundreds of hostages were taken, and far too many of them remain in the clutches of evil. Immediately after the atrocities, President Biden said the right things. He condemned Hamas and vowed to stand side by side with Israel in its response. We wondered whether he actually meant that. Now we know he did not.

For months now, Biden has made absurd demands for ceasefires and other Israeli restraint. That agitation rose to a new level on Monday, when the U.S. refused to veto a United Nations Security Council resolution demanding an immediate ceasefire.

Sara digs into the significance this with Caroline Glick, senior contributing editor at the Jewish News Syndicate. Glick is also a Newsweek columnist and a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces.

Sara and Glick also react to Sen. Chuck Schumer’s demand for new elections in Israel, how Biden refuses to hold Iran accountable for all the Middle East mayhem it’s involved with, and how the Iran-backed Houthis are terrorizing international commerce and the southern end of the Red Sea.

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