Waltz Torches Biden for Canceling Meeting with Israel After Netanyahu Criticizes Them

Waltz Torches Biden for Canceling Meeting with Israel After Netanyahu Criticizes Them

Grayson Bakich
Grayson Bakich
June 21, 2024

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently released a video criticizing the Biden Administration for their lack of military aid to the Jewish State as they battle Hamas. An enraged White House canceled a meeting about Iran and its nuclear program in retaliation, which became the subject of heavy criticism of Representative Mike Waltz (R-FL) in a recent appearance on Fox News's Hannity, saying it has been "bad policy after bad policy" on the world stage.

While the Biden Administration claims they have provided aid unimpeded, Rep. Waltz pointed out that they abstained from voting in a call for a ceasefire in the United Nations, held back on weapons shipments, and have done nothing in response to the International Criminal Court's (ICC) calls for the arrests of Netanyahu and his cabinet.

"At the end of the day, I think Bibi [Netanyahu's nickname] finally said, 'Enough is enough.' You have got [Senator] Chuck Schumer (D-NY) calling for regime change while Netanyahu is trying to lead his government in a war with hundreds of hostages being held. You have got Biden and his allies in the New York Times demonizing Netanyahu personally," Rep. Waltz added.

Additionally, the Florida Congressman declared the canceled meeting's subject matter was too important to pass up, given that "we have new information that Iran could be weaponizing. They enriched uranium into a nuclear weapon. So, of all the things you are going to throw a temper tantrum on, it is what we are going to do to stop Iran from having nukes. It is just asinine. Bad policy after bad policy."

Moreover, Waltz said the threat of a nuclear Iran is on top of the recent meeting between Russia and North Korea. He previously discussed the Biden Administration's apparent lack of concern in the above link, using the analogy of "a cat one to a cat five hurricane in terms of this axis of evil, and you have got a president that is just asleep at the switch."

"This is only going to get worse from now until November, and Donald Trump cannot come soon enough. But I am definitely afraid of what happens between now and then," Waltz concluded.

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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.

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