Rubio Rips Antisemitic 'Zombies,' Biden's Silence, Outside Agitators at College Protests

Rubio Rips Antisemitic 'Zombies,' Biden's Silence, Outside Agitators at College Protests

Grayson Bakich
Grayson Bakich
May 2, 2024

The protests against the State of Israel and in support of Palestine continue to make headlines as violence has begun to break out, yet the Biden Administration has done little in response. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) discussed the protests in a recent appearance on Fox News, dismissing the protesters as "zombies" who are the result of twenty years of indoctrination, Biden's silence about them, and whether or not agitators and outside influence are driving the protests.

Sen. Rubio began by explaining why President Biden had not spoken about the protests, suggesting that the White House did not "have a lot of confidence in his ability to communicate" but also because "they are elements of his base, and he knows it. There are elements of his activist base, not just in Michigan but in the Democratic Party and the like, who sympathize with what these protests are about."

At the end of March, Representative Mike Waltz (R-FL) similarly accused the Biden Administration of making "a political pig" out of the Israel-Hamas war by hamstringing the Jewish State's efforts to destroy Hamas purely to retain Muslim voters in Michigan and Minnesota.

As a result, Sen. Rubio said, "What you have now is a complete breakdown of law and order," as many students, particularly Jewish students, are unable to attend classes because of "a few thousand antisemitic zombies who have been brainwashed by two decades of indoctrination in the belief that the world is divided between victimizer and oppressor, victimizers and victims."

The hosts played a clip from New York City Mayor Eric Adams after NYPD units began containing the Columbia protests, where he voiced suspicion of outside agitators stirring up violence.

Rubio agreed with the sentiment, reminding viewers that "professional agitators are people that are experts in not getting caught. They go, they know how to structure this, and then they are the first ones; when the police say it is time to go, they leave. They come back and do it again."

After all, who was paying for all that plywood to build those barricades at UCLA?

"Someone is providing funds; this is not some organic movement," Rubio noted, joining Representatives Cory Mills (R-FL) and Laurel Lee (R-FL) in voicing suspicions of outside influences at these protests.

Related Posts

Grayson Bakich

Grayson Bakich

Florida born and raised, Grayson Bakich is a recent recipient of a Master’s Degree in Political Science at the University of Central Florida. His thesis examined recent trends in political polarization and how this leads into justification of violence.

Subscribe to the newsletter everyone in Florida is reading.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


More Related Posts