Over the weekend Florida Governor Ron DeSantis argued that the US should not be absorbing the one million Palestinians who may be displaced in their latest war against Israel.
Ten days ago now, Hamas fighters stormed across the border of Israel and slaughtered 1,300 innocent Jews. It was the largest slaughter of Jews since World War II. Over 200 innocent people were then taken hostage by the barbarians and taken back to Gaza. Hamas killed or is holding hostages from 41 countries, many who were young adults at a dance party.
Governor DeSantis said we should not absorb this population inside the US.
The Marxist Squad called to take in one million Palestinians. Nikki Haley agrees.
Haley joined Jake Tapper to promote the idea.
Nikki Haley: You gotta understand, whether we’re talking about Gazans and Palestinians, all of them, you know, you got half of them at the time I was there didn’t want to be under Hamas’s rule. They didn’t want to have terrorists oversee them. They knew that they were living a terrible life because of Hamas. Yeah, the other half supported Hamas and wanted to be a part of that. We see that with Iran too. The Iranian people don’t want to be under that Iranian regime… There are so many of these people who want to be free from this terrorist rule. They want to be free from all of that. And Americans have always been sympathetic to the fact that you can separate civilians from terrorists and that is what we have to do.”
Nikki truly is one of the most overrated Republican politicians in America today.
And she has no idea what she’s talking about.
Polling in Gaza has found that from 68% to 89% of Palestinians support terror attacks on Israel and Jews.
A poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (PCPO) back in 2014 found that 89% of Palestinians support terror attacks against Israel. That is quite a majority.
Trump pledges to restrict refugees from Gaza, other terrorism hotbeds, vows to cancel student visas of antisemitic, anti-American foreign students
President Donald Trump was campaigning in Iowa on Monday, making two stops, first in Adel and then in Clive. Fresh on his mind were the terrorist attacks in Israel, carried out by Hamas, Israel’s response to those attacks, and America’s place in the conflict. As he toured the state, he was endorsed by Iowa’s Attorney General Brenna Bird.
Trump promised that were he to be reelected, he would close the US border, going back to the days during his administration when he was able to cut illegal immigration by 80 percent. He said that no terrorists would be permitted entry to the country—151 persons on the FBI’s terror watchlist have entered so far under Biden’s watch, and 4 Iranian nationals of “special interest” to the Border Control were apprehended just this month attempting to cross the border.
Trump stated that his goal is to bring safety and security to America. “Under my leadership,” he said, per prepared remarks, “the world’s thugs, villains, killers, and savages were in retreat and running scared—all because you had a president who stood up for America, who stood up for Israel, and who stood up for Judeo-Christian civilization.”
“In four short years, I obliterated the ISIS territorial caliphate. I terminated its founder and leader, Al Baghdadi,” he said. “I annihilated the senior ranks of Al Qaeda. I eliminated Iran’s terrorist mastermind Kassem Solemani, who was killing our soldiers by the thousands and killing everyone else. I withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal, crushed the murderous Iranian regime with sanctions, and starved Hamas, Hezbollah and other Iranian proxies of funding and support.”
During Trump’s time in office, his administration created the Abraham Accords, which were bilateral agreements between nations in the Middle East that encouraged diplomacy and economic collaboration between Arab nations and Israel.
“I choked off the money to corrupt Palestinian organizations,” Trump said, “and stood with Israel like no president in history—recognizing the eternal capital, opening the American Embassy in Jerusalem, and recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. And with the historic Abraham Accords, we even had peace in the Middle East.”
He took aim at his predeccesor, Joe Biden, whose leadership has led to increased American involvement in foreign wars, and whose weakness on the global stage has helped set the conditions for foreign nations to launch their own military and territorial advances in their regions, such as Russia into Ukraine, China, and Hamas.
“Under Crooked Joe,” Trump said, “it’s danger, death, and destruction all over the world.”
“We have war in Europe and war in the Middle East because we have the weakest and most incompetent president in American history,” he said. When Biden took the presidency, he claimed the “adults were back in charge.” In that time, he has presided over a disastrous US military withdrawal from Afghanistan, the beginning of a war in Ukraine for which the US has already spent $113 billion, and essentially destroyed American borders by letting in some 5 million illegal immigrants. Now, war has broken out in the Middle East.