Hamas, the terror organization that just murdered the most Jews since the Holocaust, has spokespeople in the United States House of Representatives. These members of Congress are actively attempting to ensure the survival of Hamas and more funds to be sent to them so they can attack Israel at a later date. This group, the Hamas Caucus, just filed a House Resolution demanding a ceasefire in Gaza.
The resolution is a terrorist’s dream scenario. What terrorists would like to do is attack innocent civilians and then retreat and plan the next attack. Hamas has retreated into hospitals, schools, and other heavily civilian populations. They murder women, children, the elderly, and any other civilian they can get to, then hide behind their own children and claim to be untouchable. Only the morally bereft would grant them that immunity.
Yet that is exactly what Representatives Cori Bush (MO-01), Rashida Tlaib (MI-12), André Carson (IN-07), Summer Lee (PA-12), and Delia C. Ramirez (IL-03), Jamaal Bowman (NY-16), Bonnie Watson Coleman (NJ-12), Jesús “Chuy” García (IL-04), Jonathan Jackson (IL-01), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY-14), Ilhan Omar (MN-05), Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), and Nydia Velázquez (NY-07) are doing. They are giving aid and comfort to the enemy of Israel that is a designated terror group responsible for over 1,300 deaths last week.
The resolution does not mention the hostages kidnapped by Hamas, many of whom are children. The resolution refers to Gaza as “Occupied Palestine,” which is as real as Neverland. The resolution literally places Palestinian lives before Israeli and American ones. The resolution does not condemn Hamas for starting this war, for firing the first shot. If Hamas themselves wrote this resolution, they couldn’t have done a better job.
This is no surprise coming from the likes of AOC, who openly wept when the House passed funding for the Iron Dome, a purely defensive weapon against missile attacks. AOC, who is trying really hard to earn back her award for dumbest member of Congress after Jamaal Bowman pulled a fire alarm thinking it would open a door, went on CNN claiming that “I don’t believe that any singular actor wants to see an escalation in violence” in the region. She truly believes that Hamas is a peaceful organization.
Cori Bush sponsored this resolution, and it’s no surprise, given her background. Bush got her start as an activist for BLM, which has expressed hatred of Israel since its founding documents. As reported, BLM in Chicago celebrated the massacre with an image of a paragliding terrorist, a direct reference to the attack on a music festival in Israel, with the caption “I Stand With Palestine.” BLM grassroots put out statements in support of the murder of civilians.
Bush has no comments to make about kidnapped children or murdered civilians, but she’s very proud of the pro-Palestinian rallies in St. Louis. The rally that she posted about included language of genocide against Jews and that Israel is just an extension of American colonization – basic leftist garbage that “justifies” terrorism.
It’s unclear if Jewish lives mean nothing to these people or if they are the naivest and most mentally challenged people on the planet. “The answer to violence is not more violence. The answer is not military response,” said Andre Carson. Delia Ramirez pushed for a “commitment to diplomacy.” Bonnie Watson Coleman is still pushing for the dead and buried idea of a “two-state solution.”
Founder of Americans Against Anti-Semitism and former New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind went to Israel and visited the areas that were attacked. On Fox News, he said that he “cannot describe the details on television” and that he “had to avoid walking on dried blood.” He did not mince words about the resolution for ceasefire, saying “they’re sick, they’re pathetic… They are sick, sick, sick people in the Democratic Party… A ceasefire so we can go back to the same situation? What country in the world would permit this? The radicals in Congress, the sickos in Congress and the Democratic Party, if they were with me yesterday, maybe they will have a different position, maybe they don’t care.”
Hikind described the atrocities committed by Hamas. “I can’t call them animals, it’s not fair to the animals,” he said. He’s absolutely right. This attack was not a declaration of war by one army against another. This was brutality that the human race has not seen the likes of in decades. The members of the Hamas Caucus not only don’t care, but they also want it to happen again. That is the only explanation of their demand for a ceasefire and not the unconditional surrender of Hamas.
As Hikind said: “There will be no ceasefire.” Hamas must be destroyed completely. Anyone calling for otherwise hides behind the same children that Hamas does and is complicit in their crimes against humanity.
By Moshe Hill