Biden and Bibi to finally meet

Biden and Bibi to finally meet

Biden and Bibi to finally meet

A conservative activist notices that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's long-awaited visit to the U.S. this week does not include a stop at the White House.

The Israeli leader will meet with President Biden on Wednesday at the United Nations in New York -- the first encounter between the two men since the formation of Israel's new conservative government in December of 2022, The Jerusalem Post notes.

But as Gary Bauer, chairman of the Campaign for Working Families, points out, Netanyahu has received no invitation to the White House. That tells him that the relationship between Israel and the Biden administration remains strained.

Bauer, Gary (American Values) Bauer

"Israel is our most reliable ally," Bauer notes. "They have been for decades, and yet they get the back of the hand from the Biden administration. Every day, in every way, President Biden and his administration is undermining Israel, making the Middle East more dangerous for them, and, of course, that makes the Middle East more dangerous for us."

Bauer, who serves on the executive board of Christians United for Israel, says the Left wing-controlled Democratic Party simply hates Israel.

"They want the modern state of Israel to make suicidal concessions to their enemy. They want to restrain the state of Israel from defending itself against Iran's nuclear bomb program," Bauer laments. "They are, behind the scenes, regularly leaning on Israel, helping the Left-wing political parties in Israel to undermine the Israeli people and the current Israeli government."

During his week-long visit, Netanyahu will also meet leaders of the U.S. Jewish community. He is also expected to visit San Francisco, where he will meet tech industry leaders, including Elon Musk. The pair are scheduled to discuss antisemitism on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.