Of course the US House of Reps strongly condemned Obama’s move and it won’t happen again.
Biden has no interest in allowing it to happen again, but that being said, the political situation in the House is different now than it was back then. For starters, the GOP controlled congress back then, and any chance that they had to hurt Obama politically they took advantage of, this situation being one of them. Secondly, many of the Democrats who have come to Congress since then are much more Hawkish on the middle east situation, and this is actually creating some tensions inside the Democratic Caucus. A lot of thinking on the left these days is that Israel themselves are not blameless, and while Hamas is bad, that does not give Israel the right to basically hold Gaza Strip as a "prison Colony" for lack of a better term, nor to keep killing innocent Palestinian civilians. It also appears to me that Israel keeps trying to take land that was ceded to the Palestinians, and by constantly showing strong Military force, it actually empowers Hamas more than than it hurts them, which does not help the situation. Every progressive talk show this week has been very critical of the Biden administration for their silence on this issue, and for them taking Israel's side on this. Still, even if Biden were to listen to progressives, there is enough support on the Democratic side for Israel (Despite pro-israel establishment dems like Eliot Engel getting primaried) coupled with what would certainly be near unanimous GOP support for Israel that the same thing would happen. One other interesting factor is one of the leaders of the pro-Palestinian camp is Ilhan Omar. There is a sizeable Jewish population in Omar's district, and I am very good friends with a Jewish family in her district. The risk for her is that the Jewish Vote could turn on her if she is seen as too anti-israel, and she could fall victim to a primary challenger depending on how the Minnesota Congressional Districts are redrawn. However, her views were already known last election and she handily defeated a primary challenger, so this risk is minimal.
The other factor at play here is that Israel does not have a functioning Government at the moment either because Bibi has failed to do so even after four elections. This, mired with the Corruption scandal that he is facing has put him in a difficult place Politically, and this may be a way for him to capture some of that back. The country appears likely to head to a fifth election. Honestly, I think Bibi just needs to step down and allow someone else to try to form a Government. I don't think Bibi is in a position to lead Israel right now, and it seems right now that he cares more about hanging on to power, than doing what is best for Israel.
One other thing that was not a good look was a CNN interview with a Palestinian resident of the West Bank. One day after the the CNN interview, he was evicted from his apartment and arrested without cause. it is no wonder that the Palestinian people are afraid, and why many people feel that Israel is committing Genocide. As I said before, Israel is not blameless, and one thing that I think could be done is for the US to reduce military aid to Israel. I don't see that happening though because too many US defense contractors benefit from this situation.