Democratic delegates opposed to President Biden’s handling of the war between Hamas and Israel plan “to take our anti-war, pro-peace, pro-Palestinian narrative to the (Democratic National Convention) in August.”

Lexis Zeidan, a leader with the “uncommitted” campaign, recently explained what’s next to Fox News for the growing movement of Democrats who want Biden to call for an immediate ceasefire and halt all military aid to Israel.

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The “uncommitted” campaign, and a similar “Abandon Biden” initiative, resulted in about 101,000 Democratic voters rejecting Biden as the party’s nominee for president during the Michigan primary, exceeding expectations 10 fold. Organizers have since expanded on that success in other states to build a movement of more than 500,000 voters across the country who have vowed to oppose Biden in November without significant foreign policy changes.

“We’ve mobilized our infrastructure that we’ve been able to build as a grassroots movement in Michigan to support other key states, such as Washington, Minnesota, and Wisconsin,” Zeidan said, noting that the 48,000 “uncommitted” votes in Wisconsin’s April primary was more than double Biden’s margin of victory over former President Donald Trump in 2020.

Zeidan told Fox News the campaign’s success has greatly exceeded expectations, producing numerous delegates heading to the Democratic Convention in Chicago this summer that have no obligation to cast their lot with the president. So far, at least 20 delegates will represent the movement, including two from Michigan, seven from Hawaii, and 11 from Minnesota, although Biden has already secured enough delegates to ensure his nomination as the Democratic candidate for president.

“Delegates were never in the plan for us, so our next stage of the game is to get all of our delegates together to continue to take our anti-war, pro-peace, pro-Palestinian narrative to the convention in August,” Zeidan said.

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“This is what people want to see. Now the onus falls squarely back on the shoulders of our president to decide what he’s going to do prior to the November election that could potentially had the White House over to Trump, or potentially save the White House,” she said. “What I know right now is Biden is continuing to send munitions and aid to Israel when they’re literally executing war crimes against Palestinian people.”

Young voters, she said, are rejecting the “lesser of two evils” narrative in politics to send a message to Democratic leaders that anything less than a call for a permanent ceasefire is unacceptable.

“What we’re going to do is rather than them hold us to the fire, we’re holding the elected leaders on the Democratic side, we’re holding their feet to the fire and we’re telling them we’re unwavering and we’re steadfast in our commitment to say we want to see a ceasefire and we want all munitions and aid to Israel halted before we can even have conversations about what November looks like,” Zeidan said.

Zeidan also blamed President Biden for the attack on Israel by Iran over the weekend that involved a barrage of hundreds of missiles and drones that were largely deflected.

“Had Biden ensured that there was a permanent ceasefire at the very beginning, things wouldn’t have escalated,” she said.

Biden, meanwhile, told reporters on Monday that the U.S. is committed to both “Israel’s security” and securing a ceasefire.

Biden made the comments ahead of a meeting with Iraq Prime Minister Shia al-Sudani at the Oval Office, The Times of Israel reports.

“Iran launched an unprecedented aerial attack against Israel. And we mounted an unprecedented military effort to defend Israel. Together with our partners, we defeated that attack,” he said. “The United States is committed to Israel’s security.”

The president added: “We’re committed to a ceasefire that will bring the hostages home and prevent the conflict from spreading beyond what it already has.”