NOTE: the following article is satire, not a statement of fact. Treat it as such.
One of Team Biden’s officials is on the ground in the Gaza-Israel-Egypt area, presumably to sort out where humanitarian aid is going and try to find out how Israel can save face after the brutal raid on its territory without wiping the Palestinians off the face of the Earth, as it earlier appeared ready to do.
Apparently, that Team Biden strategy is to import millions of Palestinians into America so that they no longer cause trouble for Israel but there no massive campaign of bloodshed and genocide that would make the Western world extremely uncomfortable and drive the Middle Eastern nations into an apoplectic rage.
Such is what the Team Biden official accidentally let slip during a background call on the situation. Beginning, he said:
So, today — or just yesterday, we finally had foreign nationals begin to leave Gaza, again, about a month into the crisis. I’m kind of often asked, “Well, why did it take so long?” So, let me just kind of explain what’s happened over the last month.
Quite frankly, Hamas, which is a terrorist group, did not allow anyone to leave Gaza. So, this includes about 6,000 foreign nationals. It includes — I want to be careful with numbers, but about a thousand American citizens and — including their families — about 4- to 500 American citizens, and mostly dual nationals, including some locally employed staff that we work with. All could not leave Gaza because Hamas would not allow anybody to leave . . . Hamas would not allow anybody to leave, and then they said that they would allow foreign nationals to leave subject to a number of wounded Palestinians being allowed to leave as well, which, of course is not objectionable. But the list that was provided, once it was vetted, had about a third of the wounded Palestinians on the list were members of Hamas, fighters. They’re members of Hamas. That was just unacceptable to Egypt, to us, to Israel.
And so, this went on for some time. Eventually, what was worked out was that the wounded Palestinian civilians leaving with the foreign nationals were not Hamas fighters — truly, individual civilians caught in this awful, horrific tragedy, who, obviously, were very happy to see — be able to get out of Gaza. But that’s what was going on.
Then, continuing, he added, “But, look, they’re getting out now, so now we must determine where to put them…like quickly. Israel is adamant they not return and cause trouble. Europe is refusing to return our calls on taking them. Egypt seems, frankly, more ready than Israel to just ‘push them into the sea,’ as it were, instead of setting up refugee camps.”
“So, it’s a tricky situation. To be frank, the administration has determined that the best and most humanitarian path forward is to, instead of keeping them there, use a huge airlift and boatlift to bring them here. We’ll take all 2.5 million Gazans to preserve world peace.”