Fetterman Slams Kamala

(DailyEmailNews.com) – Adding salt to injury in the growing rift destroying the Democratic party from within, Senator John Fetterman of Pennsylvania openly criticized Kamala Harris for hinting that Israel could face repercussions for its war against terrorism.

A strong advocate for Israel’s right to self-defense in its conflict with Hamas, Fetterman blasted Harris for saying there would be consequences for Israel if it proceeded with an offensive in Rafah, identified as Hamas’ final bastion.

In an interview on ABC News’ “This Week” with Rachel Scott, Harris discussed the Biden administration’s stance and emphasized the significant risks related to any major military incursion into Rafah.

“Let me tell you something, I have been studying the maps. There’s nowhere for those folks to go. And we’re looking at about 1.5 million people in Rafah who were there because they were told to go there, most of them,” she said. “And so we’ve been very clear that it would be a mistake to move into Rafah with any type of military operation.”

Harris’s comments on the potential consequences of an Israeli operation in Rafah were cautious, stating that the administration was not excluding any options. “Well, we’re going to take it one step at a time, but we’ve been very clear in terms of our perspective on whether or not that should happen,” she told Scott.

Contrary to Harris’ incendiary approach, Fetterman used X (formerly Twitter) to express his disagreement and assert Israel’s right to fight Hamas until it surrenders or is eradicated, holding Hamas accountable for any civilian casualties caused by their tactics of using civilians as shields.

About Hamas, the senator said, “It’s a group of cowards. They hide in tunnels; they hide behind civilians. They attack, kill, mutilate children, women; and they do that.”

Fetterman’s support for Israel was further demonstrated by his response to anti-Israel protestors at his home, where he displayed an Israeli flag and his denounced South Africa’s genocide claims against Israel at the United Nations’ International Court of Justice.

“And now let’s also talk about that: Now we’re talking about genocide. And now, South Africa now, is bringing that kind of a trial. Maybe South Africa … ought to sit this one out when they’re talking about criticizing Israel. Sit it out!” he further stated.

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