Cong. Arrington Demands U.S. Sanction ICC Officials Following Netanyahu Arrest Warrant 



Arrington Votes to Force Biden to Release Aid to Israel
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) —  “The United States must stand up for Israel’s inherent right of self-defense and immediately sanction International Criminal Court officials,” said Congressman & House Budget Committee Chairman Jodey Arrington after the ICC's announcement that it had issued a warrant for Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s arrest.
 
“The International Criminal Court has no legitimate authority to infringe on the sovereign right of a democratic country to defend itself against terrorist attacks,” said Arrington, demanding that the United States immediately sanction ICC officials. 
 
Earlier this month, Chairman Arrington led his colleagues in slamming the ICC’s reported decision to issue warrants against Israeli officials, and urged the Biden White House to impose sanctions should the court move forward with the warrants. 

Arrington Votes to Force Biden to Release Aid to Israel
 
Chairman Arrington (TX-19) also said – after voting in favor of the "Israel Security Assistance Support Act" (H.R. 8369) which would require President Biden to release the aid to Israel he paused earlier this month – 
 
“President Biden is a weak leader and a dishonest broker – he knew he would withhold the security aid for Israel once he got money for Ukraine.  
 
“Now, Biden has sabotaged our ally Israel and its fundamental right of self-defense and succumb to the radical Left. 
 
“The damage he’s doing to our country and America’s leadership in the world is hard to quantify," Arrington said.
 
“This week, House Republicans sent President Biden an important message: the will of the American People will not be ignored, the rule of law will not be undermined, and the United States will stand by our allies.”






















 
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