Senator Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) has taken a stand on President Biden’s latest funding package for Israel, stressing that none of the aid should head to Gaza, which is primarily controlled by Hamas terrorists.
The lawmaker said the package “needs a lot of work. Unfortunately there’s money there going to Gaza.”
“Why would we be sending money into Gaza right now? That is kind of a slap in the face to our allies in Israel.” (Trending: Judge Declines To Recuse From Trump 2024 Ballot Case)
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“I won’t be supporting anything that is going to be putting money into Gaza in a time of war. We need to be standing with Israel, not supporting our enemies,” he added.
Mullin stressed that while Biden “can say that it is going to provide aid to the citizens there,” the reality is that “there is no guarantee of that.”
“Hamas runs that country. They are going to take the aid. They are going to feed their soldiers first. They are going to provide medical aid to their soldiers first.” (Trending: It’s Time For Donald Trump To Drop Out)
Mullins argued that if the terrorists were truly worried about the civilians of Palestine, they “would never put their military strongholds, they wouldn’t put their stockpiles in hospitals and schools and use the Palestinians for human shields.”
“The Palestinians should be standing up against Hamas. They should be revolting against them at this time,” he emphasized.
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