Progressive Biden Staffer Who Resigns Over Israeli ‘Genocide’ Claims, Revealed as Daughter of Weapons Company Executive Making Profits from Israel’s Military Contracts | The Gateway Pundit | by Jim Hᴏft

Lily Greenberg Call and Joe Biden

A Biden regime staffer who recently stepped down, citing opposition to U.S. backing of Israel’s military actions in Gaza, is revealed to be the daughter of a top executive at a defense firm that supplies arms to the Israel government.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Lily Greenberg Call, a Jewish special assistant to the chief of staff in the Department of Interior, resigned in protest and blasted Joe Biden in a phone call with the AP.

In a phone interview withThe Associated Press, Call blasted Joe Biden’s comments on Israel and Jews.

“In an interview with The Associated Press, Call pointed to comments by Biden, including at a White House Hanukkah event where he said “Were there no Israel, there wouldn’t be a Jew in the world who was safe” and at an event at Washington’s Holocaust Memorial last week in which he said the Oct. 7 Hamas-led attacks that triggered the war were driven by an “ancient desire to wipe out the Jewish people.”” The AP reported.

“He is making Jews the face of the American war machine. And that is so deeply wrong,” Call told the AP, noting that ancestors of hers were killed by “state-sponsored violence.”

In her resignation letter, Call said she was initially excited to join the Biden Administration: “However, I can no longer in good conscience continue to represent this administration,” she wrote in a letter.

According to the New York Post, Lily’s “views began to shift after going to college at Berkeley, meeting “Palestinian-Americans at school” and entering Democratic politics, according to an essay she wrote in May 2022 for Teen Vogue.”

Lily, now a critic of the Biden regime’s complicity in “state-sponsored violence” against Palestinians, is none other than the daughter of Thomas Call, a high-ranking executive at RTX Corp.

According to his LinkedIn account, Call, who lives in Oakland, California, is a chief engineer at Raytheon Applied Signal Technology.

This company is one of America’s leading suppliers of advanced weaponry to Israel, including critical components for the famed Iron Dome missile defense system.

According to RTX’s website:

Short-range air defense

Raytheon teams with Rafael Advanced Defense Systems to defend populated areas and critical assets with the Iron Dome Weapon System. It’s the world’s most-used system, intercepting more than 1,500 incoming targets with a success rate exceeding 90 percent since being fielded in 2011.

All-weather

Iron Dome detects, assesses and intercepts a variety of shorter-range targets such as rockets, artillery and mortars. It is effective day or night and in all weather conditions including low clouds, rain, dust storms and fog. It features a first-of-its-kind multi-mission launcher designed to fire a variety of interceptor missiles.

Iron Dome’s Tamir missile knocks down incoming threats launched from ranges of 4-70 km. Tamir missiles feature electro-optical sensors and steering fins with proximity fuze blast warheads. The majority of Tamir missile components are procured through the Raytheon supply chain in the United States.

Israeli partnership

Ten Iron Dome batteries protect the citizens and infrastructure of Israel, with each battery comprising three to four stationary launchers, 20 Tamir missiles and a battlefield radar. Each of the batteries can defend up to nearly 60 square miles, and are strategically placed around cities to intercept threats headed toward populated areas. The intelligent Iron Dome system ignores incoming threats it determines will land in uninhabited areas, thereby minimizing unnecessary defensive launches and lowering operation costs.

U.S. version

In 2019, the U.S. Army announced its intent to buy two Iron Dome batteries to fill a need for an interim capability. Given interest by the U.S. and several other nations in Iron Dome’s unique capabilities, Raytheon has debuted the SkyHunter®system in cooperation with Rafael. Based on Iron Dome, the SkyHunter system can be produced in the United States to expand availability and capacity for the U.S. and its allies.

These systems protect at the lowest layer, and Raytheon is also teamed with Rafael on the David’s Sling System, which defends at higher layers.

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