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Biden sees an opportunity to oust Netanyahu
What’s happening: President Joe Biden’s public support of Israel is beginning to wane as the Israel-Hamas war enters its second month.
Why it matters: While Biden has, on the whole, been quite supportive of Israel, the steps he is pressuring Israel to take could give Hamas opportunities to regroup and prolong the war.
Why the change? Biden’s shift in approach to Israel is likely due to significant civilian casualties, compounded by pressure from Muslim voters and White House staffers, U.S. Diplomats, far-left members of his party, and the international community.
The kicker: Biden, like Obama, has long wanted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu out of office. Netanyahu’s right-wing efforts, including overhauling Israel’s judicial system, plunged the country into strife and controversy — partially fueled by Biden.
Now, Biden expects he may be ousted soon over criticism he failed to prevent the Hamas attack. Slowing the war efforts, or pushing for an eventual ceasefire, could expedite the path to Netanyahu's ouster.
Unprecedented: During a recent phone call, Biden even asked him what kind of lessons he would share with his successor.
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WHAT WE'RE WATCHING
🚫 US pushes gun control on Israel. President Biden reportedly refused to sell rifles to Israel until it promised not to give them to civilians living in the West Bank. Officials thought the move was unusual as Israel faces the threat of Hamas. This comes as at least 150,000 thousand Israelis have applied for gun permits since Hamas’s massacre — more than in the past three years combined.
⚖️ Trump testifies in NY civil fraud trial. The former president took the stand yesterday in what became a spectacle of shouts and arguments with the judge. Trump defended his business practices and called New York Attorney General Letitia James’s case political. The trial is seen as a formality since the judge already considers him to be at fault, threatening control of his businesses.
WHAT WE’RE HEARING
The U.S. government has until Nov. 17 to find funding and avoid a shutdown, and House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) hasn’t yet revealed a plan.
Former president Barack Obama drew criticism for claiming that “nobody’s hands are clean” in the Israel-Hamas war.
Hamas deliberately puts its tunnel network underneath hospitals and other civilian areas, State Secretary Antony Blinken confirmed.
Transgender Nashville shooter motivated by anti-white hate
What happened: Conservative pundit Steven Crowder obtained photos of disturbing writings from Audrey Hale, the transgender shooter who killed three children and three adults at a Christian school in Tennessee before police killed her. At least two media outlets have confirmed the photos as real, with one citing state employees. There are many more pages of Hale’s writings not yet released.
Her motives: Photos of Hale’s journal showed her expressing hatred for children with “white privileges” at the elementary school. She complained of them “going to fancy private schools” and coming from well-off families. “Wanna kill all you little crackers!” Hale ranted.
Why it matters: Hale’s story is not only a picture of growing transgender extremism — shown by those who sympathized with her actions — but of anti-white sentiment that has been mainstreamed in American institutions. It’s not the only recent attack in which the perpetrator sought revenge against whites perceived as privileged. The group-based ideologies of the left continue to inspire violence against innocent individuals.
Suppression: LGBT activists and even parents of victims campaigned against the release of the manifesto, which became the topic of multiple legal challenges. Local and federal law enforcement have withheld it for months, and the city of Nashville is now investigating the leak.
RFK Jr.’s independent bid looms over 2024
New surveys reveal just how much of a threat Kennedy is in 2024
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IN THE LOOP
Governors Gavin Newsom and J.B. Pritzker both donated in a South Carolina mayoral election — a possible sign of presidential ambitions since the state is first on the Democratic primary calendar.
Billionaire Jeff Bezos’s move from Washington State will bring the state a significant drop in tax revenue.
California has spent over $4 million on transgender surgeries for 157 prison inmates since 2017.
The Ukrainian military reaffirmed that the war with Russia might come to a stalemate as Ukraine’s counteroffensive drags on.
A pro-Palestinian protester killed a Jewish man by hitting him in the head with a megaphone in Los Angeles, according to police.
Attacks from terror groups against U.S. troops are raising the risk of a direct conflict between America and Iran.
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