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Joe Biden, who has benefited from "disinformation" in scandals involving son Hunter and the family's business details revealed on a laptop computer he abandoned, and again when the FBI falsely claimed that laptop was "Russian disinformation," now is being accused of perpetrating falsehoods.
A report from Fox News reveals that an internal memo signed by some 100 State Department and USAID employees has been leaked.
And it accuses Biden of taking Israel's side in the conflict that erupted in the Middle East when Hamas terrorists from Gaza attacked Israeli civilians, killing 1,400.
The report said the memo fails to cite specifics of "disinformation," but complains of the counterattack ordered by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
"Hamas kidnapped hundreds of civilians, including children and the elderly, during the Oct. 7 terror attack. The memo recommended that the U.S. government advocate for the release of the hostages, but lumped in 'thousands' of Palestinians it claimed are being held in Israel," the report said.
It was Axios, also reporting on the memo, that said it was "transmitted to the State Department's policy office" and begins by expressing concern over the "recent atrocities committed by Hamas on October 7th."
Axios added, "Then the memo charges, 'Biden has backed Israel's response while expressing concern about humanitarian issues in Gaza,' but the memo says Biden should do more to question Israel's actions."
Biden is accused of skipping over Israel's liabilities, such as "cutting off electricity, limiting aid, and carrying out attacks that have displaced hundreds of thousands of Palestinians."
The memo claimed those are "war crimes."
The report described the memo's tone toward the president as "scathing," and suggests Biden's support of Israel makes him "complicit in genocide."
Axios noted some language in the memo "echoes that of progressive activists in the U.S., whose anger and protests over Biden's handling of the war have rippled through the Democratic Party."
The report said the memo calls out Biden for failing to pursue a two-state solution, a resolution that Palestinians themselves have rejected over and over.