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Tensions have been high on college campuses across the country as pro-Hamas and pro-Israel groups clash over the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. These protests have not been peaceful, as violence and chaos have erupted on several campuses in recent days. At the forefront of these protests are college students, who have taken to the streets, seized buildings, and even taken hostages in some cases.

One such incident occurred at Columbia University, where pro-Hamas students held custodial staff members for a period of time before being removed from Hamilton Hall by New York City police officers. This act of aggression sparked a chain of events that has led to hundreds of arrests and widespread pandemonium at other universities, including the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

Last night at UCLA, chaos erupted as the two sides clashed in a heated confrontation. Videos and photos from the scene captured the mayhem, with pro-Hamas and pro-Israel students engaging in physical altercations and shouting obscenities at each other. Amid this chaos, one unlikely event occurred that brought both sides together – a mutual dislike of President Joe Biden.

According to Maven Navarro, editor-in-chief of the Crimson Herald, both pro-Hamas and pro-Israel groups were heard chanting "f**k, Joe Biden" during the tumultuous UCLA protest. Even in the midst of their opposing beliefs and actions, the two sides found common ground in their disapproval of the current administration.

The ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine has been a divisive issue, with strong opinions on both sides. However, the demonstrations and protests on college campuses have brought another point of contention to the forefront – the handling of the situation by President Biden. Many students on both sides feel that the president has not taken strong enough action or shown enough support for their cause.

Despite the intense clashes and disagreements between the two groups, the "f**k, Joe Biden" chants demonstrate a shared frustration and disappointment in the current administration's response to the conflict. It is not uncommon for politics to divide college campuses, but the extent to which this has escalated is concerning.

Both pro-Hamas and pro-Israel groups have been vocal in their criticism of President Biden's handling of the situation, with some even suggesting that he has not done enough to support Israel. On the other hand, others have accused Biden of not doing enough to address the plight of the Palestinian people.

As the conflict in the Middle East continues, tensions remain high on college campuses. Both pro-Hamas and pro-Israel groups have continued to organize protests and rallies, with no signs of slowing down. And as long as the conflict persists, it is likely that the "f**k, Joe Biden" chants will continue to be heard from both sides.

Despite the mutual disdain for President Biden, it is important to remember that he is the leader of the country and must navigate complex foreign policy issues. While some may disagree with his actions or lack thereof, he is ultimately responsible for making decisions that will impact the lives of millions of people.

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