Biden large­ly stiff-arms his par­ty’s Hard Left and its Israel-hos­tile stances

The Israel-Hamas war has exposed a rift between Pres­i­dent Joe Biden and the far Left of the Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty, though that divide may not be to his detri­ment on Elec­tion Day.
Biden, who first vis­it­ed Israel 50 years ago as a 30-year-old Demo­c­ra­t­ic sen­a­tor from Delaware, has strong­ly and con­sis­tent­ly sup­port­ed the coun­try in its bat­tle with Hamas after the ter­ror group’s Oct. 7 attacks claimed about 1,200 lives and hun­dreds of hostages. That despite calls for a cease­fire from pro­gres­sives.
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“There are moments in this life — and I mean this lit­er­al­ly — when the pure, unadul­ter­at­ed evil is unleashed on this world,” Biden said in his first pub­lic remarks after the Oct. 7 attacks in south­ern Israel that launched the war. “The peo­ple of Israel lived through one such moment this week­end. The bloody hands of the ter­ror­ist orga­ni­za­tion Hamas, a group whose stat­ed pur­pose for being is to kill Jews. This was an …