President Joe Biden has now spoken to several foreign heads of state — including a two-hour conversation with Xi Jinping of China, according to Biden — while Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not yet been included in the new leader’s round of phone calls.
Let that sink in for a moment: The leader of a communist nation recognized for committing race-based genocide and enslavement apparently is more important to Biden than the leader of one of America’s most important allies.
Former President Donald Trump, of course, enjoyed arguably a closer relationship with Israel than any of his predecessors, so it’s obvious that the snub of Bibi on Biden’s part is entirely political.
This is undeniable — but it is also chillingly revelatory about the approach the Biden administration will be taking to foreign policy.
Not that we weren’t warned this would be the case.
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