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Rep. Stefanik slaps ‘procrastinating’ Biden in Knesset speech

New York Rep. Elise Stefanik will address members of Israel’s Knesset in Jerusalem Hall on Sunday, lambasting President Biden for his “waffling” on U.S. military aid, the Post has learned.

The speech was part of a trip to visit the sites where Hamas terrorists massacred Israeli civilians on October 7.

In remarks published in the Post, Stefanik, who chairs the House Republican Conference, described herself as “a longtime admirer, supporter and friend of Israel and the Jewish people” and denounced the Biden administration for having refused military aid authorized by Congress.

Rep. Elise Stefanik, in a speech to members of the Israeli Knesset, will criticize Biden for “dithering” on military aid shipments for the war against Hamas. P.A.

“There is no excuse for an American president to block aid to Israel – aid that was duly passed by Congress… or to procrastinate and hide while our friends fight for their lives,” he said. – we read in his speech.

“No excuses. Complete stop.”

Israeli citizens have held numerous protests demanding the release of hostages still held in Gaza. P.A.
Stefanik helped pass the Israeli Security Act on Thursday, which would force President Biden to quickly send U.S. weapons to Israel as part of its war against Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip. Aaron Schwartz – CNP/MEGA

The five-term Republican who led the GOP assault on left-wing college presidents and their refusal to crack down on campus anti-Semitism during a fiery House hearing last year last, also plans to attack American academia.

“We must not let the extremism of “elitist” circles mask the deep and abiding love of the American people for Israel,” she will say.

“The majority of Americans support you and we always will…They have opened their hearts to you in this dark hour. »

Stefanik’s trip makes her the highest-ranking member of the House of Representatives to visit Israel since the cowardly Hamas attack, her office said.

New York Post

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