Fetterman Slams Biden Following Iran’s Attack On Israel

Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) recently slammed President Joe Biden for “not standing firmly with Israel” following Iran’s attack on the Holy Land.

During an interview with CNN, the Pennsylvania congressman discussed the attacks that Iran directed at Israel.

Fetterman said it was “astonishing that we are not standing firmly with Israel, and there should never be any kinds of conditions and all that.”

“When a nation can launch hundreds of drones towards Israel, I’m not going to be talking about conditions — ever,” Fetterman said, adding that he supported Israel killing an Iranian general in Syria several weeks ago.

Fetterman expressed his disapproval of President Joe Biden’s statement that the U.S. would not support an Israeli counterattack against Iran.

“I don’t agree with that,” the Pennsylvania lawmaker said. “And I just think we should follow and have Israel’s back in this situation. I don’t agree with the president.”

Fetterman continued by saying that he would “never capitulate to the fringe,” referencing the radical wing of the Democratic Party.

“I will never pander to that as well. In fact, that helps, that empowers Hamas. And Hamas is actually convinced that they are winning the PR war, and they’re never going to negotiate at this point,” Fetterman said.

“They think they’re going to hold on to the very end,” Fetterman continued. “And I know why they’re not willing to provide any kind of proof of life. And I don’t know why there’s not more of that conversation in the media. Like, what about the hostages? What’s happened to them? Where are they now? And let’s just bring them home.”

Following Iran’s unprecedented attack, Israel has shot down dozens of drones and missiles sent by the terrorist-ridden country.

A spokesperson for the Israeli military, Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari, said Iran fired more than 300 projectiles at Iran overnight, of which 99% were shot down.

“We will do everything we need, everything, to defend the state of Israel,” Hagari said, adding that some of the launches came from Iraq and Yemen.

The president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has called on Iran to “immediately cease” attacks against Israel.

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