Joe Biden is on the verge of a mutiny.
His campaign is crashing and burning, and the rats are fleeing ship.
And now the Democrat Party is melting down after Biden’s campaign staff sabotaged him.
There’s a war brewing within the Democrat Party over what their official position on the issue of Israel should be.
While many traditional Democrat politicians support Israel, far-left progressive activists support radical Hamas terrorism and the destruction of Israel.
This intraparty civil war is heating up, and now it’s derailing Biden’s re-election chances as he faces mutiny from his own campaign staff.
Many of these staffers got their start as far-left activists, so their loyalty ultimately lies with their radical ideology – and not Biden.
With several of these staffers furious that Biden didn’t offer a full-throated endorsement of Hamas after their terrorist attack on Israel, they’re openly turning against Joe Biden and his campaign.
According to Politico, “A group of aides hired to reelect President Joe Biden is breaking with him on the conflict between Israel and Hamas.”
“In a letter first shared with West Wing Playbook, 17 current Biden campaign staffers called directly on the president to push for a permanent ceasefire in the months-long conflict.”
“The staffers also urged the president to end unconditional military aid to Israel and advocated for a deescalation in the region, including the release of hostages.”
Here’s what the staffers said: “As your staff, we believe it is both a moral and electoral imperative for you to publicly call for a cessation of violence. Complicity in the death of over 20,000 Palestinians, 8,200 of whom are children, simply cannot be justified.”
Not only did they ignore the deaths of the Israeli children slaughtered during the October 7th invasion, but they’re using this conflict as ammunition to take down Biden’s presidential campaign.
“The letter is the latest example of internal rifts not just within the Democratic Party but within the Biden operation over how to approach the conflict. Since the fall, a flurry of protest letters — often written without names attached — have urged the president to support a ceasefire. In November, 500 political appointees and staff members from 40 government agencies anonymously signed one letter, while another letter included the names of over 500 alumni of Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign. White House interns also sent a letter to the president and staffers on Capitol Hill have also sent similar letters to their bosses. Biden supporters have raised questions about the veracity of those numbers, noting that the anonymity makes it impossible to confirm.”