Protesters Accuse Biden Of Being ‘Genocide Joe’

Anti-Israel protesters placed up a large image of President Joe Biden on George Washington University (GWU) Law School’s campus this weekend and called him ‘Genocide Joe.’ The accusation came as many of the leftist protesters argued that Biden was too supportive of Israel while some conservatives stated that he has not been supportive enough.

Following the emergence of the protests, staff at GWU Law School placed up a large American flag on the side of a building. During the night the students projected a large image of Biden with the words ‘Genocide Joe’ underneath.

The statement came as Israel continued its campaign against the Hamas terrorist organization in Gaza. The current conflict began after Hamas launched the Oct. 7 attack that killed about 1,200 people.

The placing up of the American flag occurred after the protesters covered a statue of George Washington with a Palestinian flag, a Palestinian scarf and stickers.

Meanwhile at the University of Wisconsin-Madison protests the Young Americans for Freedom and College Republicans clubs distributed American flags. Striking video from the college campuses shows young men flying the American flag near the anti-Israel protesters.

The students holding the American flag appeared maskless while many of the pro-Palestinian protesters wore coverings over their faces.

Rep. Pat Fallon (R-TX) sent a letter to Pi Kappa Phi students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to defend Old Glory from efforts by protesters to tear it down. The representative called the actions “not only commendable but should be lauded from sea to shining sea!”

“You’ve set a very high bar for American fraternities and university students as a whole. In the face of tumult, danger and hatred, the young men of Pi Kappa Phi set a clear example of American patriotism and stewardship. Thank you!” Fallon wrote.

The new information came as police found fliers that called for the ‘Death of America’ on Columbia University’s campus.

The college was an early epicenter of the protests. Multiple building occupation efforts by students resulted in the arrest of more than 100 people.

In addition, outside of New York University (NYU), protesters threw bottles at police and at least one demonstrator struck a police officer.