World Jewish Congress condemns Rep. Rashida Tlaib

Last week, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) came out firing against Bill Maher for his anti-BDS movement statements.

After Tlaib suggested boycotting Maher’s show, Laura Ingraham broke the news that the World Jewish Congress (WJC) called her words and actions “deeply disturbing.”

Maher’s Draws The Squad’s Attention

Most of the time, Bill Maher is considered an ally of the far left. The man has even openly wished for a recession to get Trump out of office.

However, last week, Maher railed against the BDS movement and the fact several of our elected representatives in Congress actually support the movement. At one point, he called the entire movement “bulls**t.” Afterward, Tlaib suggested liberals boycott his show.

When Trump suggested boycotting anti-American businesses and shows, liberals lost their minds. Some even suggested it was illegal for an elected official to make such a statement, yet we have no outrage here at all.

Condemned Statements

Both Rep. Tlaib and Rep. Omar (D-MN) were scheduled to take a trip to Israel later this month. Israel, however, blocked their entry due to their constant anti-Israel rhetoric and their support of the BDS movement.

After Tlaib’s comments about Bill Maher, the WJC released a statement absolutely ripping Tlaib.

WJC President Ronald Lauder stated, “Serious questions need to be asked about Tlaib’s motivation in supporting the extremist BDS Movement, which is allied with terrorists and is not shy about its ultimate aim of destroying Israel.”

The notion that Tlaib and Omar are planted to destroy our government from within can no longer be looked at as right-wing conspiracy theory.

From day one, both of these women have tried to drive a wedge between the U.S. and Israel while also promoting groups and causes that have known links to terrorist activities and organizations.

While the Democrat leadership has made them the darlings of the party, they are clearly an enemy of our ideals and as big a threat as any of our true enemies, possibly even larger since they have already infiltrated our government.

The burden of their removal from office falls on the people of Minnesota and Michigan, as both of these women can no longer be permitted to spew their dangerous rhetoric in the name of “equality” and “freedom.”

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