Biden Orders Boots on the Ground in Gaza


President Joe Biden decided that his March 7th State of The Union address should be spent getting some “important” things done. Instead of focusing on what the nation needs, he proved yet again that American service members are nothing more than pawns for him to use across the globe. Announced during a “background” call before the address was given in the Capitol building, a transcript ended up on the White House website.

“The President will announce that he’s directing the U.S. military to lead an emergency mission to establish a port in the Mediterranean, on the Gaza coast, that can receive large ships carrying food, water, medicine, and temporary shelters. And this is an initiative that will get underway here when the President makes the announcement and issues the orders. And we wanted to preview it on the call and address any questions you might have…While our military will lead this effort in the first instance, we look forward to the port transitioning to a commercially operated facility over time.”

While officials have yet to offer an official count of how many boots on the ground they would need, Army officials have already estimated that figure at 2,000. With Biden’s announcement of the port in his address, he tried to make it sound like a floating barrage for ships to offload at and then transfer to Gaza.

The problem is that Israel has openly said and shown that they have not been preventing humanitarian aid or even limiting it. Instead, they blame the United Nations and other organizations for failing to distribute it, or keep it safe from Hamas properly.