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Joe Biden is forcing American citizens in Israel to pay him thousands if they want to use U.S. government resources to be evacuated from the war zone in Israel, according to a report.
Not only is Biden forcing Americans to pay their own way out of Israel, he is also not even flying them home to the U.S. and is only flying them to Germany where he says they are on their own from that point forward.
Americans looking to flee the Hamas terror attacks are being warned that they better open their wallets, according to an announcement by the U.S. State Department’s Consular Affairs Crisis Management System (CACMS) which details the U.S. government’s “assisted departure options.”
According to the notice:
The situation in Israel is still unpredictable; mortar and rocket fire may take place without warning. Please continue to follow the instructions of security and emergency response officials. Commercial flights are available but limited. If you wish to leave Israel, we encourage you to take advantage of those options now. U.S. carriers have temporarily suspended flights to Israel, if you choose to depart, you will need to fly to an intermediate location and book onward travel from there to the United States.
We understand there is high demand from U.S. citizens wishing to depart and the flight options are reduced. In the coming days we hope to assist U.S. citizens with transportation options to depart Israel. Due to the large numbers of U.S. citizens indicating interest in departure assistance, we will plan to offer transit over several days. If you choose to take this departure assistance, transportation may be by air or sea and will be to a nearby safe location and not to the United States. Travelers should be prepared to arrange their own lodging at the safe location and pay for their own onward travel from the third country to their chosen destination. Departure assistance is provided via a loan from the U.S. government which requires travelers to sign a promissory note (an agreement to repay) prior to departure.
— The Meturgeman (@HaMeturgeman) October 12, 2023
Perhaps worse, nearly every other country has sent resources and planes to the region to bring their Jewish citizens home, but the U.S. has refused to do so.
On top of that, all the U.S. airlines that took billions in government subsidies and handouts during the COVID-19 scamdemic cancelled their flights into and out of Israel.
My wife and I have finally gotten ourselves on the way home to the US from Israel after days of fear and tremendous anxiety. Our original flight was canceled.
While Poland, Hungary, Brazil, Romania, and other countries sent planes to bring their citizens home from the war zone,…
— Yitz Friedman (@friedman_yitz) October 10, 2023
This is an outrage.