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Benjamin Netenyahu To Address U.S. Congress On July 24th




Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu is set to deliver marks to the U.S. Congress on July 24th, 2024. Netenyahu’s speech will come after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has publicly called for a change in Israel’s government.

Despite Schumer’s public attacks against Netenyahu, a four person coalition of Speaker Mike Johnson, Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer issued a formal invitation to the Israeli Prime Minister last month.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky visited the U.S. Congress in December of 2022. Foreign leaders speaking before Congress has become more common in recent years.

Senator Chuck Schumer is not alone in his criticism of the Israeli leader, as Democrats in the House and Senate have also voiced opposition to Israel’s conduct in their war on Hamas.

The Biden Administration has also made a very public effort to criticize the war efforts of Israel, even going as far as to build a pier for Gaza that has since drifted off into the sea.

Protests in Michigan Cause Change In Israel Policy At Biden White House

Over 100,000 Michigan Democrats voted for a ‘no candidate’ option in the Michigan Democrat Primary over President Joe Biden, as Islamic members of the Michigan Democrat Party voiced concerns over the Biden Administration’s supposed support for Israel.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has affirmed the Biden Administration’s change in position, claiming that the White House is ‘listening to voters’ like those in Michigan who cast anti-Israel protests votes against Joe Biden.

See a video of Jean-Pierre making that statement in April in a clip below,

Slingshot News revealed just days ago that the Biden Administration has allowed Iranian military vessels to traverse the Panama Canal and the Gulf of Mexico, leaving America incredibly susceptible to a potential Iranian attack.

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