Arizona Republican Senate candidate Kari Lake argued that world leaders are taking advantage of “feeble” Joe Biden in the wake of the conflict between Hamas and Israel.
“[S]ome of these world leaders are like sharks,” Lake said in an interview on One America News Network (OAN).
“They smell blood in the water.”
“With Joe Biden, you can tell the man is feeble,’ Lake said.
“He’s not strong, he’s not for America and they can take advantage of him, and they’re taking advantage of America right now.”
Not only is Biden a “feeble” leader on the world stage, but he has also been accused of indirectly funding the Hamas terrorist group responsible for the Israel attacks.
The Daily Fetched reported:
The Biden administration sent $33.7 million from COVID relief funds to a Palestinian relief organization accused of harboring Hamas terrorists in Gaza.
The COVID-19 relief bill, which was pushed through Congress with unanimous Democrat support in the Senate, allocated $33.7 million to the United Nations Relief & Works Agency via the Department’s Migration and Refugee Assistance program, according to data from USASpending.gov.
The funds were part of $500 million that was included in the bill for the State Department to fund migration and refugee assistance.
However, UNRWA came under fire after being accused of not doing enough to prevent aid from reaching the hands of Hamas terrorists.
UNRWA locations allegedly housed Hamas activities and spread Hamas propaganda in schools.
Earlier this week, Lake announced her run for Senate, aiming to unseat Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-Ariz.).
Lake facing off against Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.), while Sinema has not spoken up about campaign plans.
“I’m really tired of watching our politicians retreat from every single important battle. They’re cowards,” Lake said Tuesday.
“That’s how we got into the mess we’re in right now because they have surrendered far too many hills,” Lake said.
“We are on — we’re on the final hill right now, and I’m not surrendering this hill,” Lake said.