Rashida Tlaib is a Democrat like Ana Navarro is a Republican.
Tlaib is a Democrat Socialist, just like nearly every other member on the liberal side of the aisle.
Here’s the latest from the openly anti-Semitic rookie lawmaker…
Do you think Cubans are fighting for healthcare or freedom from Communism?
From Fox News:
Michigan Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib said Thursday she wants to display an altered American flag with 51 – instead of 50 – stars outside her congressional office to demonstrate support for making the District of Columbia a state.
The comments came during a House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing on a longshot Democratic bill–which faces resistance from Republicans–to make the District of Columbia the country’s 51st state. Ahead of the hearing, the city of D.C. ordered and displayed 140 American flags with the extra star.
If the age requirement to buy a gun or a pack of cigarettes is on the rise around the nation, maybe we should start looking at Congress.
Maybe a person needs to be over 50 to run for office. By then, you’d think most people would have grown up.
Otherwise, we’ll just have to keep dealing with literal know-nothings like AOC, Ilhan Omar, and Tlaib.
Tlaib said, “Recently I introduced the BOOST Act. This legislation completely repeals the GOP tax scam that is only helping wealthy individuals, the rich, the corporations. And do you know what I did with that money? Do you know what I said? We are going to go ahead and put it into the pockets of folks like everyday Americans. If you make less than $100,000 you are going to get up to $6000 in your pocket, and if you make less than $50,000 you’re going to get $3000. That’s what we do with our public dollars. We give it back to the people, the people that earned it.”
Watch the video at this link.
Tlaib has said she has never felt “more Palestinian“…than when walking the halls of Congress.
Sounds a little odd, no?
Video has surface of newly enshrined Democratic congresswoman Rep. Rashida Tlaib proudly proclaiming that she feels more Palestinian in the U.S. Congress than anywhere in the world.
“Honestly I’ve never felt more Palestinian than I ever felt in Congress,” the Michigan congresswoman said in a speech earlier this week addressing the far-left Michigan Coalition for Human Rights. “Even in Palestine when I’m visiting my grandmother, I’m more Amrikiin, American, to the Palestinians. But I’m more Palestinian in the halls of Congress than I am anywhere in the country, in the world. And that just tells you just the fact that they weren’t ready for us. They really weren’t.”
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