Kamala Harris Threatens Israel, Warns of ‘Penalties’ If Netanyahu Proceeds With Rafah Invasion (VIDEO) | The Gateway Pundit

Vice President Kamala Harris has warned Israel it would face “consequences” if it proceeds with an invasion of the Palestinian metropolis of Rafah.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly indicated that he’ll invade the territory as his army continues to wage its brutal battle in opposition to Hamas.

In an interview with ABC Information’s Senior Congressional Correspondent Rachel Scott, Harris confirmed she had “studied the maps” and that any army operation can be opposed by the US.

“We have been clear in multiple conversations and in every way that any major military operation in Rafah would be a huge mistake,” Harris instructed ABC Information. “Let me tell you something: I have studied the maps. There’s nowhere for those folks to go.”

When requested whether or not there can be “consequences” for Israel in doing so, Harris answered within the affirmative.

“Well, we’re going to take it one step at a time, but we’ve been very clear in terms of our perspective on whether or not that should happen,” Harris mentioned.

“Are you ruling out that there would be consequences from the United States?” Scott requested.

“I am ruling out nothing,” Harris replied.

Harris was additionally requested a couple of speech given by Senate Majority Chief Chuck Schumer by which he demanded that Netanyahu step down from energy, and whether or not she agreed with Netanyahu’s response that such feedback have been “wholly inapprorpiate.”

“I believe that we have got to continue to enforce what we know to be and should be the priorities in terms of what is happening in Gaza,” Harris mentioned, refusing to reply the query.

“We’ve been very clear that far too many innocent Palestinians have been killed. We have been very clear that Israel and the Israeli people and Palestinians are entitled to an equal amount of security and dignity.”

Final week, it emerged that Harris’s stepdaughter, Ella Emhoff, was fundraising for the United Nations Aid and Works Company, a corporation that not too long ago had its funding lower by the U.S. over allegations of its ties to Islamist terror group Hamas.