National Security advisor says Biden waiting to condemn Israel due to 'powerful Jewish influence'

If the Biden administration were to speak out against Israel before the election, he warned that Israel supporters would "play" as "a martyr."

Published: May 21, 2024 1:00pm

A White House National Security advisor said that President Joe Biden is waiting until his second term to condemn Israel's actions during its war against Hamas because a "powerful Jewish influence" is preventing him from doing so now, according to an undercover video of the advisor.

Cyber policy advisor Sterlin Waters said, "If Biden won again he could be much more forthright about saying 'No'" to Israel, according to an undercover video of him taken by guerilla journalist group Project Veritas.

He also said that the Biden administration is "having internal deliberations about stuff, whether Israel's actually f***ing up or not," and the discussions can't be public "because it would piss people actually off" and risk the 2024 election.

If the Biden administration were to speak out against Israel before the election, Waters warned that Israel supporters would "twist this message ... to play like that – a martyr," and that "there’s a huge, powerful Jewish influence in Republican and Democrat politics and the administration is definitely facing a conundrum."

He said that a message to tell Israel during the next term is "We can help you in the way that we can, but you’re not going to continue to lie, and bomb, and kill all these kids without facing serious consequences."

The Biden administration is already facing backlash from both progressives and Muslim Americans who are demanding a ceasefire in Gaza, as well as Israel supporters who want him to do more to help the country in its fight against Hamas.

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