Timing of Joe Biden’s remarks slamming Trump as a danger to Israel couldn’t have been worse

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Reality can be difficult for some …

Two diametrically opposed events happened this Friday that, when viewed together, seem to perfectly demonstrate how detached from reality the Democrat Party has become.

First, President Donald Trump announced a historic peace agreement between Israel and yet another Middle Eastern nation, Bahrain.

Speaking from the Oval Office, he said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Bahraini King Hamad Al Khalifa have agreed to normalize relations.

“They will exchange embassies and ambassadors, begin direct flights between their countries, and launch cooperation initiatives across a broad range of sectors, including health, business, technology, education, security, and agriculture,” he said.

He added, “This is a truly historic day.”

Indeed it was.

Listen:

Besides being historic, the deal was also a boon for Israel, which in the past month has accumulated multiple new allies in the region thanks to Trump.

The deal Friday came almost exactly a month after the president announced that he’d negotiated a historic peace agreement between Israel and the UAE.

“President Donald J. Trump has brokered an agreement to normalize relations between the United Arab Emirates and Israel – the first such agreement between Israel and a major Arab country since 1994,” a statement from the White House read.

“The countries have committed to the exchange of embassies and ambassadors, and to begin cooperation in a broad range of fields including education, healthcare, trade, and security. This historic breakthrough is the most significant step toward peace in the Middle East in over 25 years.”

The deal Friday coincided with another event as well: A report emerged in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz about remarks Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden had made while speaking with members of the American Jewish community a day earlier.

In his remarks, Biden had claimed that Trump is “dangerous” to Israel and bad for the American Jews. Why? Because he hasn’t kissed up enough to Israel’s number one enemy in the volatile region, Iran.

“Trump has put Israel in danger by tearing up the Iran nuclear deal, and replaced it with nothing. Iran is closer to a [nuclear] weapon than when we left office in 2017,” he’d reportedly said.

To many, that the making of these remarks coincided with Israel securing yet another ally in the region thanks to the Trump administration seemed like a telling indicator of how out of touch and delusional the Democrat Party has become.

Look:

During former President Barack Hussein Obama’s tenure in office, he and Biden made grand overtures to Iran — by, as an example, sending them pallets of cash — in a bid to entice the rogue regime into accepting a widely panned “nuclear deal” that they claimed would prevent it from acquiring a nuclear weapon.

Netanyahu always opposed the so-called deal for numerous reasons, one of them being that he knew that the money Iran earned from participating in the deal would wind up being used to fund terrorism across the world.

Years later, and with Trump having since pulled the U.S. out of the deal, thus denying Iran the many benefits the one-sided agreement had rewarded it with, Biden is now vowing to re-enter America into the deal if he wins the presidency in November.

“Biden said that if elected president, he is willing to reenter the nuclear deal, ‘if Iran returns to compliance.’ He also said that he will work with America’s allies to make the deal ‘longer and stronger,’ touching on issues such as Iran’s destabilizing actions all over the Middle East, which were not included in the original agreement,” Haaretz reported.

“Biden’s running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, said in a virtual briefing to Jewish supporters two weeks ago that a Biden-Harris administration would never allow Iran to develop nuclear weapons.”

Meanwhile in reality, the president has brokered multiple peace deals between Israel and other Middle Eastern nations that, besides being ignored or dismissed by Democrats, have also been vocally slammed by “anti-Zionists”:

Iran has also spoken out against them.

“Iran said Saturday that Bahrain is now partner to the ‘crimes’ of Israel after the two announced a deal to normalise relations after decades of animosity,” AFP reported Saturday.

While it’s not clear how Biden feels about the deal, the dichotomy between his rhetoric and the actual reality of the situation is nevertheless striking.

Vivek Saxena

Senior Staff Writer
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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
Vivek Saxena

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