Tlaib and other members of the "Squad" have repeatedly parroted propaganda pushed by Iranian-backed Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas claiming that Israel was solely to blame for the blast, which was originally thought to have killed over 500 people. The actual death toll, and level of destruction, was quickly revealed to have been much lower, and the source of the rocket was Islamic Jihad, a smaller terrorist group operating on the Palestinian side of the border.
"Look, Congress is unified in its support of Israel," Moskowitz said in an interview on Fox News. "I continue to be disappointed in members of Congress who are not willing to listen to US intelligence and listen to the Biden administration, who have said Israel had nothing to do with the issue that happened in the parking lot of the hospital."
He added that there's "no proof" that the carnage was as bad as many first thought, and warned that, "any member of Congress who continues to trust Hamas's information over US information is obviously deeply concerning."
"Outnumbered" co-host Kayleigh McEnany asked whether Congress should censure Tlaib for her actions, Moskowitz said he believed that such a vote should certainly be considered.
"This is about US intelligence," he said. "This is about US information. This is about not willing to trust the Biden administration and US intelligence, but instead continuing to pretend like the Ministry of Health out of Gaza is nothing other than a terrorist organization telling people what we want to hear."
"We just heard the leader of Hamas talking about genocide. I mean, good God, it is propaganda to the 10th degree, and people have to stop buying it and they have to listen to the facts."
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