Jill Biden’s Arizona Speech Disrupted by Leftist Pro-Hamas Protesters

First Lady Jill Biden has become the latest prominent Democrat to come under fire from leftist pro-Hamas protesters.

Anti-Semitic Hamas sympathizers have increasingly taken to disrupting speeches and public appearances by top Democratic and government officials.

The protesters are demanding the cessation of all U.S. support for the embattled Jewish nation and that Israel cease its defense and retaliation against Hamas terrorists in Gaza.

During her campaign speech on behalf of Democrat President Joe Biden in Arizona on Saturday, the first lady was interrupted at least twice by pro-Hamas protesters, The Hill reported.

“Doctor” Biden was not harmed by either disruptive demonstrator and both were quickly removed by event security as the first lady continued to deliver her remarks.

She was in Tucson, Arizona on Saturday to give a speech on women’s issues as part of her ongoing nationwide “Women for Biden-Harris” tour.

The tour is in support of President Biden’s re-election campaign.

Shortly after she began to deliver her remarks, a young woman in the crowd stood up and yelled, “Jill, when are you and the president going to call for a ceasefire in Gaza?”

The protester continued to yell incoherently as others in the crowd shouted her down and grabbed at her to stop the disruption.

A security official quickly grabbed her and led her away.


A short time later, another protester reportedly stood up and yelled at the first lady, “This is a genocide being committed by our tax dollars — women and girls that matter.”

They too were shouted down by others and escorted out of the event by security.


The Hill noted that President Biden and other officials have faced similar disruptions from pro-Hamas protesters demanding a ceasefire and end to aid to Israel during campaign speeches and other events over the past several months.

The protests emerged since Israel responded with military force to Hamas’s murderous Oct. 7 rampage of coordinated attacks and kidnappings last year.

Biden initially stood staunchly in support of Israel’s right of self-defense and retaliation.

However, the president has increasingly begun to waver under the constant pressure from his political Left flank.

Recently, Biden has become more critical of the Jewish nation’s actions while his administration has engaged in regional negotiations to halt the ongoing fighting.

Last week, while in New York City for a taped softball interview with “Late Night” comedian Seth Myers, Biden was asked by carefully selected reporters about the prospects of a negotiated ceasefire agreement.

“Well, I hope by the beginning of the weekend — I mean the end of the weekend,” he replied.

“At least, my –my National Security Advisor tells me that we’re close.

“We’re close. It’s not done yet.

“And my hope is by next Monday, we’ll have a ceasefire.”

A few days later on Thursday, Biden spoke briefly with handpicked reporters again at the White House.

He was asked if he still expected there to be a ceasefire agreement in place in the coming days.

“Hope springs eternal,” the president replied.

“I was on the telephone with the people in the region,” he added.

“I’m still — probably not by Monday, but I’m hopeful.”

The Hill reported that the U.S. has been involved in talks with regional allies like Egypt and Qatar, along with representatives of Israel and Hamas, to reach an agreement on a temporary ceasefire and exchange of hostages and prisoners between the two combatant sides.

Israel has reportedly agreed to the framework of such an agreement but Hamas has rejected all proposals thus far.

As a result, the fighting seems likely to remain ongoing for the time being as Israel continues its efforts to root out the terrorist group by force from its network of underground bunkers and tunnels throughout Gaza.

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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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