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Internal Memo Accuses Biden Of Spreading Misinformation

via CNN

An internal State Department memo leaked to the press accuses President Biden of spreading misinformation regarding the Israel-Hamas war, and suggests that his support for Israel makes him “complicit in genocide.”

The memo, signed by 100 State Department and USAID employees, echoes the sentiments of many progressive activists and criticizes Biden’s handling of the war.

“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,” Axios wrote. (Trending: Court Hands Down Crucial 2nd Amendment Ruling)

“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,” they added.

“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.”

It calls for the U.S. government to advocate for the release of hostages taken by Hamas and questions Israel’s actions, alleging they constitute war crimes and crimes against humanity under international law.

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