The group behind a massive “uncommitted” turnout in last week’s Michigan presidential primary is claiming credit for the Biden administration’s push for an Israel ceasefire.

Despite the naysayers in the establishment, the Biden administration is moving because of the pressure from uncommitted voters,” Listen 2 Michigan said on X. “But let’s be clear: this is a temporary ceasefire, or what they used to call a humanitarian pause.”

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The statement came after Vice President Kamala Harris used her speech at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Alabama Sunday to demand an “immediate” ceasefire after Hamas attacked Israel October 7.

“Given the immense scale of suffering in Gaza, there must be an immediate ceasefire,” Harris said in Selma. “There is a deal on the table, and as we have said, Hamas needs to agree to that deal. Let’s get a ceasefire.”

She lectured, “People in Gaza are starving. The conditions are inhumane and our common humanity compels us to act…The Israeli government must do more to significantly increase the flow of aid. No excuses.”

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The “uncommitted” activists stunned Democrats Tuesday when over 100,000 primary voters refused to back Biden. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a co-chair of Biden’s re-election campaign, predicted 10,000 could vote that way, indicating a lack of awareness about the intensity of the anger against Biden’s Middle East policy.