You wonder why they bother me so much. Here are some reasons.
Tlaib has been criticized before for her stance on Israel. She says Jews have no claim to Israel. Lied about how they established the State of Israel. Says the Palestinians sacrificed for the Jews because of the Holocaust, which is historically incorrect. She is trying to rewrite history. She questioned the loyalty of our elected officials, accused them of forgetting what country they represent. Said they were being controlled by the Jews and that the Jews control the media. She is loud and aggressive, calling Trump a M.F. in Congress, and I've seen videos of her being escorted out of other meetings for her outbursts. She pals with terrorists, and the ones that call Jews termites, and she herself has called Jews satanic. She questions the holocaust, yet said it gave her a calming feeling to think about it.
As for Omar, she has virulent anti-Israel and anti-semitic views, and she and Tlaib will not back down from them, and both question the loyalty of Americans who support Israel. Says she doesn't regret any of her comments, yet is "grateful to learn how words make people feel." Say what? Talk about going round the mulberry bush. She compares Israel to Nazi Germany, and wishes to wage economic warfare on them. She refuses to condemn terrorist Hamas. Said Israel "has hypnotized the world, and may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel." Said it's all about the Benjamins (money), and the Jews are conspiring to take over the world. Omar has had been involved with CAIR, which was declared a terrorist organization years ago, and has been guest speaker at many CAIR fundraisers that were closed door events, no reporters allowed.
She is a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. How's about that? There's more, but I think I've written about it before in other posts.
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