In his final speech before the Knesset, Israel’s Parliament, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took the opportunity to warn the world about Iran — and our cognitively-deficient President* Joe Biden. Netanyahu was recently ousted by left-winger Naftali Bennett, who can be expected to side with American leftists in attacking Israel while promoting terrorist states.
Fox News reports that Netanyahu described his successor as a “lightweight” who doesn’t have “the talent to handle the job.” Netanyahu blasted Biden, saying “the administration” asked him “not to discuss our disagreement on Iran publicly.”
“But with all due respect, I can’t do that,” Netanyahu says. Fox reports:
The paper said Netanyahu compared the attempt by the U.S. to return to the Iran nuke deal to the decision by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt not to bomb the train tracks that led to Auschwitz — the concentration camp — when there was an opportunity in 1944.
“The prime minister of Israel needs to be able to say no to the president of the United States on issues that threaten our existence,” he said. The report said Netanyahu recalled his 2015 speech in front of a joint session of Congress to voice his dismay over the Obama-era nuke deal.
Netanyahu’s speech ran 15 minutes longer than expected and was so spot-on that a senior Israeli diplomat says Netanyahu “decided to damage the U.S.-Israel relationship for his own personal interests and is trying to leave scorched earth for the incoming government.”
“I can tell you that I hope that the United States will not go back to the old JCPOA because we believe that that deal paves the way for Iran to have an arsenal of nuclear weapons with international legitimacy,” Netanyahu later said in a press conference. “We also reiterated that whatever happens, Israel will always reserve the right to defend itself against a regime committed to our destruction, committed to getting the weapons of mass destruction for that end.”
Netanyahu’s ouster is bad for the world, but good for Democrats who hate Israel. Watch the fiery speech below: