White House Surrounded By Anti-Israel Protesters

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Liberal riot season appears to be starting right on time this election year. Like 2020, when thousands descended on the White House to protest against Trump after a police officer killed a Black man in Minneapolis, liberal activists have once again come to the nation’s capital.

This time, they’re protesting Israel, demanding that Joe Biden somehow end the war in Gaza, a war that began after Hamas terrorists murdered over 1,200 Jews and took hundreds hostage.

The protests may be in response to the news that Israel rescued four the hostages earlier in the morning.

“Noa Argamani, 25, Almog Meir Jan, 21, Andrey Kozlov, 27, and Shlomi Ziv, 40, were rescued by the Israeli military, intelligence and special forces from two separate locations in Nuseirat, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said Saturday,” wrote CNN.

“All four were kidnapped from the Nova music festival on October 7, according to the IDF.

“They are in good medical condition and have been transferred to the ‘Sheba’ Tel-HaShomer Medical Center for further medical examinations,” the IDF added.”

Democrats have become so captured by the pro-Hamas wing of their party that some were afraid to celebrate the rescue.

The growing mob outside has begun calling for terrorism and jihad.

Reuters, which often slants its news coverage against Israel, reported that advocacy and activist groups such as CODEPINK and the Council on American Islamic Relations said Friday that demonstrations are planned on Saturday, marking eight months of Israel’s war in Gaza, which has killed tens of thousands while causing a humanitarian crisis with widespread hunger and destruction.

The United States, Israel’s key ally, has seen months of pro-Palestinian protests ranging from marches in Washington and vigils near the White House to the blocking of bridges and roads near train stations and airports in multiple cities, as well as encampments on many college campuses.

At least eight officials have quit the administration of President Joe Biden, citing their opposition to his policy.

Protesters have also disrupted some of Biden’s reelection campaign events. Biden is currently in France for an official visit.

“In preparation for the events this weekend in Washington, D.C., that have the potential for large crowds to gather, additional public safety measures have been put in place near the White House complex,” a U.S. Secret Service spokesperson said.

The protesters intend to “surround the White House” and have begun setting off smoke bombs on the lawn.

Local news in the nation’s capital reported that “the crowd continues to grow as protestors can be heard chanting “Hey Joe Biden, you’re a sellout!” The Red Line protest aims to send a message to President Joe Biden to “Stop the Genocide” as supporters surround the White House.

Protesters also assembled in Lafayette Square Park, where they defaced several statues.

Biden will likely just allow the protests to destroy the area around the White House for fear of losing votes in Michigan and Minnesota. The president’s reelection campaign has also tied his hands by running ads in swing states in which he attacked Trump for using tear gas against a mob of protesters in 2020.

This is not the first time that Democrats have been attacked by a mob of pro-Palestine supporters. Last fall a group tried to swarm the national headquarters of the Democratic Party, trapping several Democratic members of Congress inside.

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