United States Elected Officials Question Biden Regime Plan To Construct A Gaza Port

Elected officials from the two major political parties are demanding more information from the White House concerning its plan to construct a floating pier off the coast of Gaza to allegedly send m humanitarian aid, per a Politico report published on March 16, 2024. Some of the questions include who will provide security for the US soldiers building the pier, who will hand out the aid, and whether constructing the pier is even needed to occur in the context of this conflict.

“Starving civilians rushing the causeway. Israeli shells hitting American soldiers. Hamas terrorists firing on U.S. military boats. These are the potential scenarios U.S. officials are grappling with after President Joe Biden ordered the military to build a pier to help deliver aid to Gaza,” Politico wrote.

“I’m trying to get more details about the concept of operations,” Delaware Senator Chris Coon, stated. “In particular, one of my concerns is security for this operation. Because if the U.S. military is seen to be building and operating it, I think it puts it at greater risk.”

Alabama Congressman Mike Rogers stated that it was unclear how the plan would end up working and whether it would have much of an impact. The Defense Department projects that it will take up to 60 days to construct the port as Israel’s punitive campaign in Gaza continues.

“I’ve been briefed on what they’re doing, but the things nobody can answer are who’s going to provide the security, who’s going to provide the drivers, and who’s going to load and unload stuff?” Rogers commenter, continuing by noting that “this is moving really fast and nobody can explain how it’s gonna work.”

Per a Politico report, the plan consists of two parts: a floating pier a few kilometers from the shore and a 550-meter floating causeway, which is anchored to the beach.

Larger vessels are expected to unload humanitarian aid cargo onto the pier. Smaller American vessels will subsequently ship the aid to the causeway, where it will be subsequently moved to trucks that will send it into Gaza.

It is still unclear how the causeway will be anchored to the shore, as American soldiers will be prevented from stepping on Gazan soil.

Other American officials say the venture to erect the port is redundant, as Morocco has opened a land corridor to send out aid by truck.

“So if [Morocco’s] going to start rolling trucks in today or tomorrow, like very immediately, then why are we even building this pier?” an American official inquired.

There is speculation about the real purpose of construction of the pier. Palestinians fear Israel will use the pier to assist with the forceful expulsion of the Gaza strip’s 2.3 million residents as opposed to the  delivery of humanitarian que.

On October 17, the Misgav Institute for National Security & Zionist Strategy, a think tank with close ties to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, put out a report echoing a Ministry of Intelligence plan to ethnically cleanse Gaza. The report outlined, “There is at the moment a unique and rare opportunity to evacuate the whole Gaza Strip in coordination with the Egyptian government.”

Thus far, the government of Egypt has rejected facilitating such a venture. This has left Israel with the option of expelling Palestinians by sea as another potential avenue for ethnic cleansing.

Another point to keep in mind is that this Gaza pier could be potentially targeted by Hamas militants. In effect, this could function as a trip wire that could draw the US into a direct conflict with Israel. 

The US needs to completely withdraw from Israel and stop meddling in the Middle East altogether. Instead, it should focus on securing its southern border with Mexico. 

Is this too much to ask for?

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