March 3, 2024

Pro-Palestinian Protestors Call Out ‘Genocide Joe’ Biden, Media, and ‘Silence’ of Sundance Attendees

Pro-Palestinian Protestors Call Out ‘Genocide Joe’ Biden, Media, and ‘Silence’ of Sundance Attendees

Between 100-200 protestors in solidarity with Palestine gathered on Main Street at Sundance on Sunday for the “Let Gaza Live” rally.


Over 100 protestors gathered on Main Street during the Sundance Film Festival on January 21 to show solidarity for Palestine and protest Israel, U.S. president Joe Biden, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the media they see as complicit, and attendees of Sundance for remaining silent about Israel’s war inside the Gaza Strip.

The “Let Gaza Live” protest kicked off shortly before 1 p.m. MT on Sunday, with demonstrators gathering at Kimball Junction bus station before marching on Main Street and settling just in front of the “Pizza and Noodle” restaurant. Protestors carried Palestinian flags, signs, and banners with expressions like “Ceasefire Now,” “Deplatform Zionism,” and “Let Gaza Live,” among many others.

The group was led in a series of chants for 15 minutes before leaders of the group paused to deliver speeches through a megaphone, all while a handful of other counter-protesting passersby began shouting from across the street in defense of Israel and calling out Hamas. One brandished an Israeli flag and with his own microphone began reciting names of individuals killed in the Hamas attack on October 7, while another shouted at the demonstrators that their words were antisemitic.

As for the pro-Palestinian protestors: “Genocide Joe, what do you say? How many kids did you kill today,” the group chanted in condemnation of President Biden for not having achieved a cease fire from behind the scenes — the U.S. is the closest ally of Israel, especially in terms of military and financial support. “Netanyahu, what do you say? How many kids did you bomb today?”

Other chants included “From the sea to the river Palestine will live forever/from the river to the sea Palestine will be free,” “Resistance is justified when people are occupied,” and “Shame!”

One of the lead organizers of the demonstration at one point shouted “Shame on Sundance” but later said that the group was not protesting Sundance but those attending the festival who they believe are “sleepwalking” and ignoring the ongoing violence in Gaza. The group also called out the complicity of the news media for failing to mention Palestinians in the coverage of the attacks.

Another demonstrator speaking to the crowd gave Biden a list of demands and threatened to vote the president out in the election this coming November if they are not met, including to “recognize Palestine” and “rebuild Gaza.”

The protest remained peaceful, and the group was accompanied by a security group that called themselves Armed Queers of Salt Lake City. A group of about a half dozen guards wearing pink bandana armbands arrived around noon and surveyed the scene. Park City Highway patrol also lined the opposite end of the street, and Main Street was blocked with a city bus. However, other Sundance attendees still walked up and down Main Street while the demo

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Pro-Palestinian Protesters Reveal Basic Ignorance on Israel, Hamas Conflict: ‘Our Youth Have Been Poisoned’

WATCH: Pro-Palestinian Protesters Reveal Basic Ignorance on Israel, Hamas Conflict

Israeli actress and producer Noa Tishby took to a pro-Palestinian protest that shut down the Sundance Film Festival over the weekend.

Israeli actress and producer Noa Tishby took to a pro-Palestinian protest that shut down the Sundance Film Festival over the weekend, talking to demonstrators and revealing the basic ignorance of those chanting against Israel with radical slogans.

The anti-Israel protest saw nearly 100 pro-Palestinian activists calling to “stop the genocide,” and chanting, “from the river to the sea Palestine will be free,” through the streets of Park City, Utah.

Tishby, an actress, writer, producer, and activist, approached the protesters to question their calls but was stunned to find the level of ignorance exhibited, some even admitting to being uneducated when asked simple questions such as which river and sea are referred to in their slogan, and whether they were even aware of Israeli hostages present in Gaza.

“So this is it, a demonstration at the Sundance Film Festival calling for the genocide of Jews. As you can see, some of the people don’t even know what it is they are talking about,” she concludes.

Actress Melissa Barrera, who recently lost her spot in the Scream franchise, and other celebrities such as Pose star Indya Moore, were also seen joining the protest.

“Their stupidity is almost criminal,” responded actor and producer Dean Cain.

“Imagine protesting against something you don’t even understand the basic geography of,” wrote journalist Caroline Di Russo. 

“They can’t name the river or the sea. They think that Israel occupied Gaza & don’t know that Hamas runs it,” wrote media contributor Joel M. Petlin. “They don’t know the meaning of the signs they are holding & don’t know about the hostages. They have no clue what they’re marching for, yet they are out there anyway.”

“These people live amongst us. They vote, and they operate heavy machinery,” he added. “Heaven help us all.”

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