NOTE: the following article is satire, not a statement of fact. Treat it as such,
Despite his party being full of anti-semites like Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, among many others, President Joe Biden decided to attack the right as being anti-semitic during a speech on Thursday, saying:
Six years ago, Neo-Nazis marched from the shadows through Charlottesville, Virginia, chanting, “Jews will not replace us.” With torches in hand, they spewed the same antisemitic bile and hate that were heard across Europe in the 1930s. What happened in Charlottesville—the horror of that moment, the violence that followed, and the threat it represented for American democracy— drove me to run for President. The very soul of our Nation was hanging in the balance. It still is today.
Repeated episodes of hate—including numerous attacks on Jewish Americans—have since followed Charlottesville, shaking our moral conscience as Americans and challenging the values for which we stand as a Nation. That is why I convened the first-ever United We Stand Summit at the White House in September 2022: to bring communities from across the country together to combat hate in all its forms—including the persistent scourge of antisemitism—that has long plagued our Nation. We must stand united—regardless of our backgrounds and beliefs—to affirm that an attack on any one group of us is an attack on us all and that hate can have no safe harbor in America.
Together, we must acknowledge and confront the reality that antisemitism is rising, both at home and abroad. Loud voices are normalizing this venom, but we must never allow it to become normal. Antisemitism threatens not only the Jewish community, but all Americans. People who peddle these antisemitic conspiracy theories and fuel racial, ethnic, and religious hatred against Jews also target other communities—including Black and brown Americans; Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders; LGBTQI+ individuals; Muslim Americans; women and girls; and so many others. Our intelligence agencies have determined that domestic terrorism rooted in white supremacy—including antisemitism—is the greatest terrorist threat to our Homeland, and Israel’s, today.
Well, that was too much for Rep. Ilhan Omar. Yelling about Israel as Biden kept trying to talk, she said:
“Stop supporting Israel’s apartheid state, Mr. President! We must stand up to their attempts to influence our politics, to take advantage of our generosity, to use our weapons to genocide the Palestinians! Now is the time to fight back against such things, not meekly bow down to the bankers and subversive apartheid supporters trying to destroy our democracy!”
Rep. Pelosi was shooting Ilhan daggers as she kept screaming though, now that she’s out of the leadership of the Democratic caucus, she was unable to do anything to stop Ilhan.
Biden, for his part, was unable to hear Ilhan and just kept mumbling about how Israel had been “very kind” to Hunter when he needed monetary help.