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Explosive Memo Accuses Biden Of Spreading ‘Misinformation’ On Israel’s War

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An internal State Department dissent memo leaked to the press accuses President Biden of spreading misinformation about the Israel-Hamas war and claims Israel is committing war crimes.

The memo, signed by 100 State Department and USAID employees, suggests that Biden’s support of Israel makes him “complicit in genocide.”

It does not offer specific examples of the alleged misinformation. (Trending: Photos Released Of Cocaine Found In White House)

According to Axios, “Some of the memo’s language echoes that of progressive activists in the U.S., whose anger and protests over Biden’s handling of the war have rippled through the Democratic Party — and created a new challenge for the president’s 2024 campaign.”

The memo also recommends advocating for the release of hostages held by Hamas and criticizes U.S. policy in the Middle East, particularly regarding the two-state solution.

“The memo, transmitted to the State Department’s policy office on Nov. 3, opens by noting the ‘recent atrocities committed by Hamas on October 7th’ — a reference to Hamas’ attack on Israel that killed 1,400 people and ignited the war. For the most part, however, the memo’s authors focus on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s counterattack on Hamas in Gaza,” wrote Axios.

Additionally, it questions the number of deaths in Gaza and accuses Israel of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Axios reported that “Biden has backed Israel’s response while expressing concern about humanitarian issues in Gaza, but the memo says Biden should do more to question Israel’s actions.”

Continuing, “Those actions — which have included cutting off electricity, limiting aid and carrying out attacks that have displaced hundreds of thousands of Palestinians — ‘all constitute war crimes and/or crimes against humanity under international law,’ the memo alleges,”

Hans Nichols said “Throughout the document, there are broader critiques of U.S. policy in the Middle East and what the authors call a failure to advance a viable path to a two-state solution in the conflict between Israel and Palestinians, which Biden has said he supports.”

The State Department expressed pride in its established procedure for employees to voice policy disagreements without fear of retribution.

A spokesperson reportedly said that the department is “proud there is an established procedure for employees to articulate policy disagreements directly to the attention of senior department leaders without fear of retribution.”

Adding, “We understand — we expect, we appreciate — that different people working in this department have different beliefs about what United States policy should be.”

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