Biden Changes the Meaning of ‘Peace’ After Saying Trump Did Nothing in Middle East

What is it about the Biden administration wanting to change the meaning of every word to suit their liberal agenda?

Now, it seems that even the word “peace” has been changed.

When former President Trump was active, he garnered peace deals across the Middle East. And it worked because both sides were eager to bring peace to the area.

However, now as violence has begun to surge under the Biden administration, it’s critical for the liberals to change the legacy that Trump left behind.

So, they’ve decided to change the meaning of “peace” to mean nothing.

The White House has said that Trump did “nothing constructive” for peace in the Middle East. They believe that he did not bring any kind of peace to the Middle East. They refuse to believe that it was the shortcomings of President Biden that have led to the historic violence between Israel and Palestine.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters aboard Air Force One that “aside from putting forward a peace proposal that was dead on arrival, we don’t think they did anything constructive really.”


Why is it that there wasn’t a conflict during the Trump administration, then?

The Trump administration was responsible for the Abraham Accords. It was a way to maintain and strengthen peace in the Middle East. It was a joint statement created between Israel, the UAE, and the U.S. – and it was signed on August 13, 2020.

Mike Pompeo, the former Secretary of State, was also vocal in stating that former President Donald Trump was responsible for directly confronting radical Islamic terrorism so that the U.S. and the rest of the world were safer.

The Abraham Accords was most certainly not “dead on arrival” and it was a historic deal.

The problem is not with former President Trump.

The real problem lies with the current president. Joe Biden’s failed leadership has led to the violence – and it’s at the highest since 2014 – long before Trump was even in office.

Anyone can see why there is violence erupting – and Trump decided to help the media by connecting the dots. He made a statement to say that the violent surge in the region is because of Biden’s failure to support Israel and his overall weakness.

Biden continues to be swayed by the left-wing liberals in Congress. This includes Muslim Representative Ilhan Omar who lets her anti-Semitic speech run rampant. If it were up to her, Palestine would be free and Israel would be the one punished.

When Israel’s adversaries knew that the U.S. was strongly positioned behind them, they didn’t dare attack the country. Now that Biden seems to be confused about his position with the longstanding ally of the U.S., Israel is under attack.

Adversaries used to stand down because they knew that there would be “swift retribution” as Trump explained.

What’s happening in the Middle East is most certainly not as a result of Trump. This is all Biden’s doing.

They can redefine “peace” as much as they want. The truth is Biden’s weaknesses have caused the violence.

And Psaki isn’t even able to deny it all. She has said that the Biden administration is not going to follow the same tactics as the former administration. Well, that’s obvious. They’re apparently going to use tactics that involve considerable bloodshed.

Biden restored foreign aid to the Palestinians. Biden has also supported a “two-state solution.”

Neither of these seems to be working to create a long-term peaceful solution. Perhaps he needs to try harder?

Psaki tries to defend Biden by saying that he’s been a politician long enough to know “that the best way to end an international conflict is typically not to debate it in public.”

Hmmm. And exactly what experience does Biden have with ending any international conflict?

Meanwhile, it appears that Psaki and the Biden administration are at odds with Secretary of State Tony Blinken. After all, Blinken is the one who has supported what Trump accomplished, saying “We very much support the Abraham Accords.”

Now, Biden simply needs to decide what he’s going to do to stop the violence since blaming Trump isn’t getting him anywhere.