BREAKING: Marjorie Taylor Greene brings resolution to censure Rashida Tlaib for sympathizing with terrorist organizations

Greene accused Tlaib of "antisemitic activity, sympathizing with terrorist organizations, and leading an insurrection at the United States Capitol Complex."

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY

Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Greene brought a resolution to the House floor on Thursday to censure Rashida Tlaib of Michigan for "antisemitic activity, sympathizing with terrorist organizations, and leading an insurrection at the United States Capitol Complex."

Greene listed several reasons for the censure, going back to 2019. These reasons include Tlaib publicly saying that she celebrated the Holocaust, during which 6 million Jews were murdered in Germany due solely to their race and religion. Tlaib said the Holocaust gave her a "calming feeling." She has shared content reading "from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free," which is a call for the eradication of Israel as a nation.

This slogan, Green said, "has been adopted by Hamas and calls for the elimination of Israel and the death of all Jews." Tlaib said that progressives must oppose Israel or else they are not progressive, and instead of "denouncing the horrors of Hamas slaughtering Israelis and demanding the release of all hostages held by Hamas," Tlaib supported the terror group.

Only one day after the massacre of some 1,400 Israelis by Hamas on October 7, Tlaib said "The path to the future must include lifting the blockade, ending the occupation, and dismantling the apartheid system that creates the suffocating dehumanizing conditions that can lead to resistance."

Tlaib, Greene said, also hates America, as evidenced by her blaming America for Israel's counterattack on Gaza. She took aim at Tlaib's leading of "an insurrection at the United States Capitol Complex on October 18, 2023, which put Members of Congress, their staffs, and Capitol visitors in danger by shutting down elevators, stairwells, and points of egress, while obstructing official business in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, including a Senate Foreign Affairs Committee hearing."

Greene said that "several insurrectionists at the Capitol belong to a group messaging chat called, 'Global Intifada', which is the Arabic word for 'rebellion' or 'uprising' and refers to a series of protests and violent riots carried out by Palestinians in Israel during the last century."

Tlaib, Greene said, also "followed Hezbollah’s orders to carry out a 'day of unprecedented anger' following an explosion at a Gazan hospital, lying about Israel’s responsibility for the attack, which United States intelligence agencies said was not perpetrated by Israel."

In conclusion, Greene asked that Tlaib be censured. The matter is before the new House Speaker, Mike Johnson.

Tlaib has consistently called for a ceasefire in the wake of the Hamas attack on Israel, though her mission is to get Israel to stop fighting back. She has equivocated those who attacked with those who were attacked. She asked for "lasting peace" without acknowledging who broke that peace.

She brought her own resolution for a ceasefire, which is a Hamas talking point.

Tlaib stood outside Congress in a keffiyeh saying that funding Israel is "funding the oppression of indigenous communities." She claimed that Palestinians were being persecuted for their faith.

She claimed in a tearful display that Israel bombed a hospital, even after it was made clear that this did not happen.

MTG's resolution to censure Rashida Tlaib by Libby Emmons on Scribd

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