Biden Accused of Mass Murder by WHO?! (Video)

( – In likely good news for U.S. patriots, leftists are increasingly at each other’s throats, as a radical terrorism-supporting Democrat congresswoman, Rashida Tlaib, has attacked Joe Biden by accusing him of “genocide” against Palestinian Arabs.

In a 90-second video posted on X by Tlaib (see below), who is herself of Palestinian Arab origin, the far-left Democrat directly targeted Biden for supporting U.S. ally Israel, which she claims has been committing genocide against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and elsewhere.

Israel is presently fighting the Islamist terrorist group Hamas in Gaza after, on October 7, the terrorists used the tiny overcrowded enclave to invade America’s ally and brutally slaughter over 1,400 civilians, including 30 U.S. citizens.

“Joe Biden supported the genocide of the Palestinian people,” Tlaib (D-MI) said towards the end of her video, as cited by National Review.

“Mr. President, the American people are not with you on this one. We will remember in 2024,” the Michigan leftist threatened.

Her post occurred on Friday, just as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited Israel for the fourth time since the October 7 attack, asking Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu for a “humanitarian pause,” a call that was rejected.

“‘From the River to the Sea’ is an aspirational call for freedom, human rights, and peaceful coexistence, not death, destruction, or hate. My work and advocacy is always centered in justice and dignity for all people no matter faith or ethnicity,” Tlaib claimed later in a comment under her initial post.

Meanwhile, State Department official Sylvia Yacoub also slammed Biden for seeking additional military support for Israel, which she deems as “complicit in genocide.”

Furthermore, Yacoub initiated a department-wide petition, as reported by Axios, aimed at opposing the Biden administration’s policies regarding the Israel-Hamas conflict. The email she circulated stated:

“In light of Hamas’s heinous attack on October 7, the ensuing response by the Government of Israel, and the seemingly full endorsement by the U.S. government to the response, we have drafted a dissent cable calling for a significant change in the Administration’s short and long-term policy surround the conflict and path towards regional integration and security.”

The Review stresses that these expressions by Tlaib and Yacoub reflect broader disagreement within the Democratic Party and among government officials.

Last month, a State Department staff member resigned, coinciding with a protest by nearly 400 congressional aides who collectively wrote against more U.S. assistance to Israel.