CNN Host Concerned Over Biden’s Relationship With Arab Americans

CNN host Van Jones recently expressed concern over President Joe Biden’s relationship with the Arab community in the U.S., given the president’s support of Israel in the Holy Land’s war against Hamas, a terrorist organization.

Jones said the “Genocide Joe” phrase used by many young Arab Americans who oppose Israel’s independence spells trouble for Biden.

CNN anchor Erin Burnett said, “Van, want to start with something we just heard though in Jeff’s reporting. Adam, a former field organizer for Biden telling Jeff that he will not vote for Biden again even knowing that it may help Trump. He says Biden is just some, not somebody I can trust. How big of a problem is this for Biden right now?”

“It’s a big problem for him right now. There are four syllables that are aimed at him.

Genocide Joe. That is becoming something you’re hearing from the younger voters in the Arab American community,” Jones replied.

Jones continued by saying that he believes Biden can reverse the Arab community’s negative perception of him, saying the president has “deep ties and friendships” with those in the community.

“He can get back there but he’s got his work cut out for him right now,” Jones said.
Biden, who has called for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war, has faced mounting criticism from leftists for supporting the Holy Land in the conflict.

The president’s campaign manager, Julie Chavez Rodriguez, recently traveled to suburban Detroit to meet with Arab American community leaders. She did not receive a warm welcome.

Rodriguez’s trip to Dearborn, Michigan, was eventually cut short because 10-15 Arab American community leaders refused to meet with her.

Deputy Wayne County executive Assad I. Turfe said he contacted over 10 Arab American and Muslim leaders following a request by the Biden administration. The leaders told the community members they did not want to meet with Rodriguez.

“I don’t believe that the Biden administration, at the senior top level, understands how big of a problem this is and how upset and angry the community is,” Turfe said.

Since Oct. 7, 2023, Israel and Hamas have been at war following the terrorist organization’s brutal invasion of the Jewish State.