Democrats who want to “Abandon Biden” are predicting a larger turnout for the “uncommitted vote” in the general election following the president’s State of the Union address on Thursday night.

More than 100,000 Democrats, or nearly one in six who cast ballots in the primary last month, voted “uncommitted” at the behest of U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib and other Arab Americans who are frustrated with Biden’s support for Israel.

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The turnout – about 10 times the number predicted by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, co-chair of Biden’s re-election campaign – came perilously close to Biden’s 154,000 vote margin of victory in Michigan 2020, and the “Abandon Biden” movement is predicting that number to swell in the coming months.

About 45 minutes into Biden’s State of the Union on Thursday, he announced plans to construct a military pier in Gaza to ship in a “massive increase” in food, water, and medical supplies for Palestinians, but stopped short of calling for a ceasefire.

“Dropping the aid in Gaza, that’s a photo op. That’s a desperate cry for awards, that’s a desperate cry for I’m doing good, you know,” Farah Khan told CBS News at an “Abandon Biden” State of the Union watch party in Dearborn, home to the second largest Middle Eastern population in the U.S.

“All I’ve heard is a lot of what he wants to do,” said Anthony Hall, who also attended the event. “I haven’t really heard any plans. There’s nothing really definite from him. So far, I’m disappointed.”

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It was a similar take from the International Rescue Committee, which specializes in getting humanitarian aid to those who need it.

“A temporary pier that could take weeks to construct or airdrops are not a solution,” the committee said in a statement cited by The Washington Post. “The US must use its influence to ensure that Israel lifts its siege of Gaza, reopens its crossings, including the Karni and Erez crossings in the north, and allows the safe and unimpeded movement of humanitarian workers and aid – including fuel, food, and medical supplies.”

Democrats at the Dearborn watch party insist Biden either calls for a ceasefire or it’s no vote come November.

The ultimatum persists despite repeated visits by the president’s surrogates to shore up support in places like Dearborn and Hamtramck, where the “uncommitted” vote resulted in delegates from the 6th and 12th districts heading to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago this summer with no obligation to cast their lot with Biden.

Dearborn Mayor Abdullah Hammoud described the results last month as “a resounding victory.”

“This is not just an Arab or Muslim issue now,” he said. “This is an American issue now.”

“It’s my hope, Mr. President, that you listen to us, that you choose democracy over tyranny,” Hammoud said, according to WOOD.

While Doctors Against Genocide’s Nidal Jbor told CBS News that Biden’s “rhetoric is improving compared to what he was talking about in October and November,” a sign that “pressure from civil society and the United States and all over the world is paying off,” those displaced during the ongoing war argue it’s not nearly enough.

“Our problem is not aid,” Eyad Amin, a 36-year-old displaced from the southern town of Rafah, told the Post. “Yes, there is a crisis in Gaza, but the solution to the crisis cannot be achieved through increasing aid. We need a cease-fire. We need to end the suffering completely.”

Tlaib and several other pro-Palestinian progressives on “The Squad,” along with a mob a protestors who protested Biden’s address to Congress, echoed those sentiments on Thursday. Donning black and white keffiyehs and signs that read “Stop Sending Bombs,” the most progressive members of the lower chamber withheld their applause and were notably silent during chants for “four more years,” Axios reports.

In Michigan, Whitmer didn’t bother to mention the issue when she heaped praise on the president in a Thursday night post to X.

“Tonight, @JoeBiden showed us exactly why we need to send him and @KamalaHarris back to the White House,” she wrote. “From investing in the middle class to fighting for our fundamental freedoms to lowering costs, our country is better off because they have our backs.”