Smackdown: Joe Biden gets owned over his whining about Israel and the Omar-Tlaib visit

Israel denied visas to two famous Jew-haters, Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar (though a humanitarian visa, to visit family, was offered to Tlaib), as is its sovereign right.  It makes sense, given that the pair of them openly deny the Jewish state's right to exist.  Full stop.  We don't need to go any farther than that.

The Left was up in arms though, with every leftist pol grandstanding and piling on about how Israel was the bad guy for not letting them in.  I doubt that the Israelis would let them in if they weren't congresswomen, so what we see here is a "privileging" of their status to Israel's detriment.  Would some ordinary terrorist symp be allowed in?  Probably not.  I have no information about what the pair were up to, but it's likely they were going to try for a propaganda victory against the Jewish state or perhaps plot with some of the Jewish state's internal enemies on the inside.  Whatever it was, every nation has a right to determine who gets in and who doesn't, so the howling from the Left was pretty disingenuous.

So here we have Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden wading into the left's pile-on, all pious and pompous, pouring on the tears and flapdoodle:

And a little reminder from Daily Wire's Ben Shapiro about how hypocritical that is:

Who could forget?  The Obama administration Biden is so proud to have served in loudly denied entry to a member of the Israeli parliament on the grounds that it thought he would embarass them.

Once again, Biden's past catches up to him.  Among today's extremist Democrats, he's the odd man out again, the guy who didn't get the memo, did all the wrong things that contradict the party line.  You can see that in his past record on crime, illegal aliens, guns, Planned Parenthood, the Iraq war, pretty much every issue.  The Democrats have moved so far left that Biden's past stances are now things he now must disavow, or else he will be exposed as a hypocrite.


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