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Judge Allows Lawsuit To Proceed Against Biden

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A federal judge in Texas has allowed a lawsuit to proceed, accusing President Biden and his administration of providing aid to Palestinian terrorists.

The lawsuit alleges that the administration illegally funded the Palestinian Authority despite its “Pay for Slay” program, which encourages attacks against Israel.

“America First Legal (AFL) first filed the lawsuit in 2022, alleging that President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken resumed payments to the Palestinian Authority (PA) that former President Trump ended in order to be in compliance with the Taylor Force Act—a federal law that prohibits the government from sending American taxpayer dollars to the PA until it stops supporting terrorism,” Fox News stated. (Trending: Biden Shamefully Removes God From National Address)

The lawsuit, filed by America First Legal, claims that the administration’s funding benefited the Palestinian Authority and terrorists.

The judge’s ruling allows for expedited discovery, requiring the Biden administration to produce related documents and testimony for the court.

“And they aver that the government’s ‘admission that its activities in the West Bank and Gaza benefit Hamas suggests, with reasonable particularity, the possible existence of other facts, currently hidden, establishing traceability,’” the order reads.

The lawsuit represents individuals affected by terrorist attacks and argues that the Palestinian Authority’s “Pay to Slay” program incentivizes terrorism.

“Under Pay to Slay, the Palestinian Authority rewards terrorists and/or their families with increased rewards in proportion to the casualties inflicted. Terrorists who are married, or have children, or are Israeli residents/citizens receive an additional payment. Terrorists who spend more than 5 years (in a single term or cumulatively) in prison are paid a guaranteed salary by the Palestinian Authority for the rest of their lives,” the lawsuit read.

“The Palestinian Authority pays every terrorist, regardless of their affiliations or the identities of their victims. This includes members of designated terror organizations, such as Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, who kill U.S. citizens.”

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