Biden Staffer Quits: ‘I Can No Longer in Good Conscience Continue to Represent This Administration’

Democrat President Joe Biden has just been hit with another scathing resignation from his administration.

The Biden administration is not very healthy, in any aspect.

Biden’s team has a problem with honesty and a major issue with loyalty.

Both of these problems were recently on display when Lily Greenberg Call, special assistant to the chief of staff in the Interior Department, submitted her resignation this week.

Call insisted that she could “no longer in good conscience continue to represent this administration.”

“He is making Jews the face of the American war machine,” said Call, who is Jewish.

“And that is so deeply wrong.”

Call’s resignation comes just two days after an American Army major resigned from his position at the Defense Intelligence Agency because of Biden’s response to the war in Gaza.

“The policy that has never been far from my mind for the past six months is the nearly unqualified support for the government of Israel, which has enabled and empowered the killing and starvation of tens of thousands of innocent Palestinians,” the major wrote on social media.

“This unconditional support also encourages reckless escalation that risks wider war,” he added.

Biden has conceded to liberals in America so frequently that now that he’s trying to side with America’s allies in Israel over the terrorists of Hamas, the Left in this country feels as if he’s fighting against them.

However, Biden is creating such an out-of-whack environment that his staffers actually expect him to side with the terrorist organization Hamas over one of America’s oldest and greatest allies.

It’s created a hostile environment where Hamas supporters feel as if Biden is turning their back on them, but Jewish Americans are furious with the idea that the president won’t draw a clear line between good and evil.

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Call’s resignation letter described her excitement at joining an administration that she believed shared much of her vision for the country.

“However, I can no longer in good conscience continue to represent this administration,” she wrote.

In an interview with The Associated Press, Call pointed to comments by Biden, including at a White House Hanukkah event where he said:

“Were there no Israel, there wouldn’t be a Jew in the world who was safe.”

At an event at Washington’s Holocaust Memorial last week, Biden also said the October 7 Hamas-led terror attacks that triggered the war were driven by an “ancient desire to wipe out the Jewish people.”

Call blasted the comments as “deeply wrong,” noting that ancestors of hers were killed by “state-sponsored violence.”

On Tuesday, the Biden admin told key lawmakers it was sending a new package of more than $1 billion in arms and ammunition to Israel.

“I think the president has to know that there are people in his administration who think this is disastrous,” Call said of the war overall and US support for it.

“Not just for Palestinians, for Israelis, for Jews, for Americans, for his election prospects.”

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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