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Pro-Palestinian activists spend Christmas Day protesting in front of Biden officials' homes
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Pro-Palestinian activists spend Christmas Day protesting in front of Biden officials' homes

A group of pro-Palestinian protesters decided to spend part of Christmas outside the homes of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and national security adviser Jake Sullivan. Their houses are located in Virginia and Washington, D.C., respectively.

Austin and Sullivan are two of President Biden's top foreign affairs officials. The protesters could be seen holding up signs that read "Stop The Genocide" and "End All U.S. Aid To Israel."

The Party for Socialism and Liberation's X account posted: "Protesters rally outside 'Defense' Secretary Lloyd Austin’s home to say no Xmas during genocide!"

"The Pentagon pumps billions of dollars a year into the Israeli war machine, and Biden wants to give the apartheid regime an additional $14+ billion in a new war spending bill!"

However, the group did not mention the terror that was carried out against the Jewish state on October 7, when 1,200 Israelis were murdered and 240 more taken hostage. It is unclear if the group supports Hamas' actions in the Middle East.

Fox News Digital reported that the protesters were soon met by law enforcement officers.

Some protesters could be heard shouting: "Austin, Austin, rise and shine, no sleep during genocide!" Several clips from the People's Forum — a far-left activist group opposed to Israel's war — were shared across social media.

The People's Forum has posted a number of other inflammatory comments and videos on social media, including calling for its supporters to show up for the "All out for Palestine! Christmas is canceled" protest that took place in New York City on Christmas Day.

The post also requested that those involved bring candles, rubble, and other materials for a nativity scene.

However, there were other groups on Christmas that decided to spew pro-Palestine rhetoric during a time of celebration.

The authorities threatened to apprehend the protesters outside the men's homes. However, it is unclear whether any arrests were made in the incident.

It is also unclear whether the two men were home during the protests. Fox News Digital reported that the White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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