Israel accuses Biden of trying to topple Netanyahu after U.S. president said Israeli Prime Minister needs to “come to Jesus”
03/21/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

The latest intelligence assessment out of the United States suggests that the Biden regime here in America wants to remove the Netanyahu regime in Israel, this according to Israel's most senior political source who spoke to Channel 12.

This "very senior" Israeli official, as he is described, retaliated against the intelligence assessment, which expresses concerns about the way Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is handling the war on Gaza. According to the official, Netanyahu's government "may be in jeopardy" because of it.

After reading the intelligence assessment, the very senior official declared that "those who elect the prime minister of Israel are the citizens of Israel, and no one else."

"Israel is not a protectorate of the U.S. but an independent and democratic country whose citizens are the ones who elect the government," the official added. "We expect our friends to act to overthrow the terror regime of Hamas and not the elected government in Israel."

(Related: Sen. Chuck Schumer [D-N.Y.] also wants Netanyahu to go.)

Netanyahu left "fuming"

The Biden regime's intelligence assessment of the Netanyahu regime states that there is growing "distrust" among members of the public concerning Netanyahu's ability to rule effectively in Israel.

"Distrust of Netanyahu's ability to rule has deepened and broadened across the public from its already high levels before the war, and we expect large protests demanding his resignation and new elections," the assessment reads.

"A different, more moderate government is a possibility."

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The assessment goes on to note that despite Israel's insistence that its response to the October 7 Hamas attack would be swift and guarantee "total victory," the reality, according to the Biden regime, is that Hamas will likely pose a threat to Israel for years to come.

While the Israeli public "broadly supports" the destruction of Hamas, "Israel probably will face lingering armed resistance from Hamas for years to come, and the military will struggle to neutralize Hamas's underground infrastructure, which allows insurgents to hide, regain strength and surprise Israeli forces," the assessment continues.

It could very well be that the very senior official who spoke to Channel 12 was Netanyahu himself, seeing as how it was reported that reading the assessment left him "fuming."

Netanyahu has since been reported to have "decided to embark upon strong, public and dramatic confrontations with the president of the United States" over the assessment.

At the same time, Netanyahu just appeared at the annual AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) lobbying gathering in Washington, D.C., to thank the Biden regime for its support.

Speaking on behalf of Israel, Netanyahu said he "deeply appreciate[s] the support we have received from President Biden and the administration, and I hope it will continue."

"But let me be clear," Netanyahu added. "Israel will win this war, no matter what," adding that Israel "must destroy the remaining Hamas battalions in Rafah" in order to win the conflict.

"Hamas will regroup, reassemble and retake Gaza if that happens," Netanyahu continued about what he believes will happen if Hamas is not rooted out of Rafah.

"That is an intolerable threat to our future, and we will not accept it. We will destroy Hamas, free our hostages and ensure that Gaza doesn't pose a threat to Israel again."

Netanyahu continues to claim that Israel is doing what it can to get civilians out of harm's way before the Rafah operation commences.

"You cannot say you support Israel's right to exist and to defend itself and then oppose Israel when it exercises that right," Netanyahu added, broadsiding the U.S. and other allies who have expressed concerns about the high number of civilian deaths that have already occurred even before the Rafah operation.

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