Biden Won’t Make Any Guarantees That Gaza Aid Won’t Help Terrorists

( Joe Biden’s State Department revealed this week that they can’t guarantee that money sent by the Biden administration won’t be used by terrorists to attack Israel.

And…somehow the media isn’t up in arms about this?

A senior State Department official claimed on Monday that millions of dollars in aid being sent to Gaza by the Biden administration – a continuation of an Obama-era policy that was terminated by President Donald Trump – may ultimately be used by Hamas, the terrorist organization controlling Palestine.

Hamas is designated as a terrorist organization not just by the United States but also by the European Union, Canada, Japan, and Israel.

When asked how the United States can guarantee that aid sent to Gaza won’t be used to replenish Palestine’s arsenal to continue rocket attacks against Israel, the State Department spokesperson said they simply couldn’t guarantee it.

“We’re going to be working in partnership with the United Nations and the Palestinian Authority to kind of channel aid there in a manner that does its best to go to the people of Gaza,” the spokesperson said.

The spokesperson claimed that the Egyptian government may also play a role in helping distribute the funds, but added that, “as we all know in life, there are no guarantees.”

There is one way to guarantee that terrorists won’t use American money to commit terror attacks against the Jewish state of Israel…and that’s not to send aid to a country dominated by Islamic militants and terrorists.

The statement added that the Biden administration will do “everything [they] can” to ensure that the money reaches the people who need it the most, but it’s hardly the most convincing statement issued by the Biden administration so far.

A cease-fire was agreed last week between Israel and Palestine, something President Biden claimed credit for, but which was widely reported to have been a product of Egypt’s intervention.