Biden vows to reverse Trump and start sending cash to Palestinians again

It’s unclear whether Joe Biden is taking political positions opposite those of President Donald Trump simply to win favor with the Democrat base or if he really believes strongly in them, but either way they aren’t going to be good for our country.

In an interview with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency late last week, the former vice president vowed to restore American taxpayer funding to the Palestinian Authority, despite the fact that its leaders work to against the interests of our one true Middle East ally, Israel.

“A priority now for the cause of Israeli-Palestinian peace should be resuming our dialogue with the Palestinians and pressing Israel not to take actions that make a two-state solution impossible,” Biden said.

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“I will reopen the U.S. consulate in East Jerusalem, find a way to reopen the PLO’s diplomatic mission in Washington, and resume the decades-long economic and security assistance efforts to the Palestinians that the Trump Administration stopped,” he continued.

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Biden’s work will be cut out for him.

In March 2018, President Trump signed the Taylor Force Act, named for a U.S. citizen murdered by a Palestinian terrorist in an attack in Jaffa two years prior.

“Taylor Force was a former U.S. Army officer and West Point graduate who had served honorably in Afghanistan and Iraq, heroically risking his life in defense of America,” Patrick Dunleavy wrote in an op-ed for Fox News.

“The Taylor Force Act directs the State Department to certify that the Palestinian Authority has ceased payments to terrorists and their families and to report to Congress any violations. Congress is then legally required to withhold funds until the egregious violations are corrected,” he added.

Given that Biden and his running mate boss, President Obama, bent over backward to accommodate Israel’s archenemy, Iran, to make the ‘nuclear deal,’ there’s no reason to believe a President Biden wouldn’t further harm Israeli national security by monetizing the PA — the successor to the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization), a bona fide terrorist group.

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Biden has a history of trashing Israel, the Daily Wire reported:

In 1982 Biden reportedly banged on a desk and berated Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin that if Israel continued building settlements in Judea and Samaria, the U.S. would cut off financial aid. Begin fired back: 

Don’t threaten us with cutting off your aid. It will not work. I am not a Jew with trembling knees. I am a proud Jew with 3,700 years of civilized history. Nobody came to our aid when we were dying in the gas chambers and ovens. Nobody came to our aid when we were striving to create our country. We paid for it. We fought for it. We died for it. We will stand by our principles. We will defend them. And, when necessary, we will die for them again, with or without your aid.

This desk is designed for writing, not for fists. Don’t threaten us with slashing aid. Do you think that because the U.S. lends us money it is entitled to impose on us what we must do? We are grateful for the assistance we have received, but we are not to be threatened. I am a proud Jew. Three thousand years of culture are behind me, and you will not frighten me with threats. Take note: we do not want a single soldier of yours to die for us.

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In November 2019, Biden was asked if he would reverse President Trump’s decision to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, and he replied, “Not now. I wouldn’t reverse it. I wouldn’t have done it in the first place.”

Obama never specifically called for moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem but, as The Times of Israel notes, he called Jerusalem “the capital of Israel.” His predecessors, Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, both specifically promised to move the embassy but never did.

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