You thought you could pressure Joe Biden into stopping the Zionists? He’s playing you just like the Democrats always do




Fig. 1. The ruins of a terminal at the Gaza airport. Image by Said Khatib (Agence France-Presse) on September 9, 2018, via the Times of Israel,[1] fair use.

[I]n [Joe Biden’s] stance it was also impossible to miss a skepticism, shared by many of his allies, that young voters will actually abandon him en masse over Gaza. (Many of Biden’s allies have recently noted the Harvard Youth Poll showing that young voters ranked the war 15th in importance out of 16 issues presented to them, far behind first-place inflation.) Even so, it is an article of faith among some prominent Democrats in his camp that a ceasefire could significantly ease the current pressure that he is feeling from young voters. His remarks showed that he has a greater long-term concern about civility and the perception of chaos — a line pushed by many of his Republican critics in the past week.[2]

Joe Biden is doing what the Democrats always do, each and every election, election after election, taking the progressive vote for granted.

The protesters, many Bidenites conclude, are not representative of the broader youth population, and the encampments may fade away once summer vacation begins. They believe the dynamic is reminiscent of a familiar one for [Joe] Biden: Young activists seeking to push him left ultimately siding with him over the unacceptable alternative presented by Trump’s Republicans.[3]

The Vote Blue No Matter Who folks should be hauled up on war crimes charges right along with Biden.

Deutsche Welle, “UN court rules German military aid to Israel can continue,” April 30, 2024,

Lazar Berman, “Netanyahu tells Blinken he will not agree to end war on Hamas as part of hostage deal,” Times of Israel, May 1, 2024,

J. Brian Charles, “After Negotiations Collapse, Police Sweep Through Columbia U. and Arrest Dozens,” Chronicle of Higher Education, May 1, 2024,

Stephen Collinson, “Student unrest ratchets up an already tense election year,” Cable News Network, May 1, 2024,

Erin Gretzinger, “Unrest Has Gripped Campuses Across the Country. These 3 Colleges Struck Deals With Their Protesters,” Chronicle of Higher Education, May 1, 2024,

Abigail Hauslohner, “House passes antisemitism bill over complaints from First Amendment advocates,” Washington Post, May 1, 2024,

Ishaan Tharoor, “The delusions behind Biden’s plan for Middle East peace,” Washington Post, May 1, 2024,

Stefan M. Bradley, “Columbia University protests look increasingly like those in 1968 as police storm campuses nationwide,” Conversation, May 2, 2024,

Rollie Atkinson, “Campus protest redux,” Moral Dilemmas: First Drafts and Commentaries, May 3, 2024,

Gabriel Debenedetti, “It’s Not 1968 to Joe Biden,” New York, May 3, 2024,



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Hush money

Fig. 2. Cartoon by Jesse Duquette, undated, via “Minneapple23” [pseud.] on Imgur, April 1, 2023, fair use.

Victoria Bekiempis, Hugo Lowell, and Léonie Chao-Fong, “Hope Hicks tells hush-money jury of Trump’s control over 2016 campaign,” Guardian, May 3, 2024,

  1. [1]Times of Israel, “20 years after its opening, destroyed Gaza airport embodies grounded peace hopes,” September 12, 2018,
  2. [2]Gabriel Debenedetti, “It’s Not 1968 to Joe Biden,” New York, May 3, 2024,
  3. [3]Gabriel Debenedetti, “It’s Not 1968 to Joe Biden,” New York, May 3, 2024,

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