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Politics / 7 months ago
Biden supporters protest at DNC headquarters: More divided than a pizza at a vegetarian convention over Israel-Hamas conflict!
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Democratic division hits boiling point as Biden supporters clash over Israel-Hamas conflict.
WASHINGTON D.C. -- In a scene more split than a pizza pie at a vegetarian conference, the peaceful streets of D.C. were lit up last night by a rainbow coalition of anti-war activists, fraught vegans and vastly confused individuals protesting outside of the Democratic National Committee headquarters, signaling an emerging rift within the "shimmering monolith of unity" that is the Democratic Party. Protesters fluttered around the DNC as energetically as the white flags of surrender they waved, calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza and chastising President Biden for his support of Israel's recent military response that occurred post October 7. One reporter asked a young activist named Sky Serenity, "Hey, isn't Biden the same guy you campaigned for last November?". Sky, visibly disturbed by this unexpected curveball of nuance, simply answered, "I just don't like wars, man." The protest, which locked horns with the local law enforcement, drew a wide variety of left-lane party members who voiced their distress, vividly splattering graffiti on any flat surface they could find. There was everything from the classic anti-war chants to creatives among the crowd scrawling 'cabbage wraps not war'. The culinary metaphors didn’t end there. One protester held high a sign painted with the slogan “More divided than a vegan pizza!”. Unfortunately, they were swarmed by a group of bewildered vegans wondering whether the pizza was purely plant-based or had a sneaky sprinkle of rennet-free mozzarella cheese. Back in the plush DNC offices, party leaders seemed at turns bemused and annoyed by the protest, apparently caught off guard by the audacity of their party members to - God forbid - have different viewpoints. Party leader, Kevin McClearly stated gruffly, "We've supported their No Meat Mondays, their vegan smoothie challenges, and even their whole gluten-free pizza revolution. Now they want us to stop supporting awesome air strikes?" He paused to sip his soy latte, "Oh wait, that’s right, we're supposed to be the party of peace. I forgot." Clearly, the DNC is looking at a coalition more divided than they’d care to acknowledge. The scene outside their headquarters was reminiscent of a Kindergarten art class - colorful, chaotic and surprising at its best. Despite the understandable confusion and consternation, the pizza analogy seems apt here: whether the Democrats end up a bit cheesy, overly sauced or just doughy in the middle, they're sure to spark more debates than a Friday night pizza ordering at a vegan gathering. Perhaps it's just a natural evolution of the party, but for now the only thing that is certain in the Democratic ranks is that it's not just pineapple on pizza that is causing confrontation.
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Original title: The protests outside DNC headquarters signal the divides in Biden's base over Israel-Hamas war

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