Rashida Tlaib has said that she feels like more of a Palestinian after going into Congress than she ever did before (she was born in Michigan.) This is weird for a couple of reasons, not the least of which is that the leadership of Palestine state openly promotes terrorism and has expressed hostility toward the US and Israel.
But we’ve got this situation at the moment where no less than four members of Congress are openly hostile to the United States itself, and have pushed legislation that would destroy the economy and compromise the culture. Worse still, they have a stupid nickname that is supposed to make them sound tough but only makes them sound like the obstructionist jerks they are.
Here’s the thing: The American system of government is based on argumentative opposition. We’re supposed to be arguing for what we want. But some people are not mature enough to handle an argument. They believe that an argument is a fight. They believe that every time someone has their point argued against, that person is under attack.
So, Rashida Tlaib believes that her political opponents are her enemies, not just her political opponents. Therefore, her attitude is hostile, not just oppositional. Now, she’s having her loyalty to the nation questioned because she appears to be aligned with entities that promote and support terrorism. Her statements indicate that she thinks terrorism is legitimate, and the Left gaslights us and tells us that she didn’t say what she said.
Here’s Steven Crowder with more.