SHOCKING! Biden Responds to News of Alleged Gaza Hospital Attack: Says Hamas Needs to “Learn How to Shoot Straight” (VIDEO)

In a recent press interaction aboard Air Force One, Joe Biden made a controversial comment regarding the alleged attack on Gaza hospital.

When asked about allegations that Israel was responsible for the missile attack, Biden, aboard Air Force One, told reporters that the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas “gotta learn how to shoot straight.”

“Well, I can understand why, in this circumstance, they wouldn’t believe — I can understand that,” Biden told reporters.

“But… I don’t say things like that unless I have faith in the source from which I’ve gotten them. Our Defense Department says it’s highly unlikely that it was Israelis, that it would’ve had a different footprint and have intercepted some… anyway. And so that’s why if you notice it, I didn’t say at first… I wanted to make sure that I knew.”

“And look, I’m not suggesting that Hamas deliberately did it. It’s that old thing: Gotta learn how to shoot straight,” Biden added.

Everything is wrong with this man.

WATCH:

Ten days after a devastating attack that claimed the lives of more than 1,300 Jews—identified as the largest massacre since World War II—a rocket reportedly hit Gaza, causing a massive explosion. Almost immediately, Israel was blamed for the attack by the Islamic Jihad terror group, several Palestinian organizations, the Western media, and several countries and international bodies:

  • President of Egypt
  • King of Jordan
  • President of Syria
  • President of Cuba
  • Government of Iraq
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela
  • Head of the African Union Commission

Moreover, the President of Iran took a step further by stating that the United States bears responsibility along with Israel.

While several nations condemned the attack, they stopped short of blaming Israel and called for a comprehensive investigation:

  • Head of EU diplomacy
  • President of France
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Spain
  • British Foreign Office
  • Japanese Foreign Ministry

However, an investigation led by The Gateway Pundit, supported by exclusive Israeli satellite imagery, has revealed glaring inconsistencies in the original story.

Satellite imagery of Gaza hospital parking lot from 2022. The image shows the same broken solar panels on roof as in Oct. 2023 after rocket blast in the parking lot.

“There are no craters here. The walls stay intact. This shows is it not an aerial munition that hit the parking lot” of the hospital, IDF spokesman Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari said at a news conference Wednesday. “Analysis of our aerial footage confirms that there was no direct hit of the hospital itself. The only location damaged is outside the hospital in the parking lot where we can see signs of burning.”

According to this new evidence, the rocket did not hit the hospital as initially reported. Instead, the missile struck a parking lot and was likely an Islamic Jihad projectile fired from a nearby urban area. Moreover, contrary to initial claims, the hospital was found to be fully intact, and the death toll was drastically lower than reported.

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