Sunday, September 15, 2019

Rashida Tlaib Admits FEAR Of AMERICANS

Cry us a river…

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) said in a recent interview that she was “really afraid of my fellow Americans” after the 9/11 terror attacks that were carried out by Islamic terrorists.

In an interview with Makers, reported on by The Blaze, Tlaib recounted the way she experienced the 9/11 terror attacks.

“I was probably my second year in law school when 9/11 happened. And I was– I was really terrified of what was going to happen to my husband, who’s only a green card holder at the time,” Tlaib said. “I immediately called my brothers and told them to be very careful who you hang out with, telling my sisters, you know, just be real careful out there, and being really afraid of my fellow Americans.”

“It really pushed me to be more involved, and I got really curious and really angry,” Tlaib continued. “And I think that combination got me, you know, in front of a number of issues in the city of Detroit.”

Tlaib has come under intense scrutiny for her anti-Semitic remarks, ties to extremists, and defense of inflammatory comments ever since she was sworn into office in January.

Immediately after, Tlaib promoted an “anti-Semitic slur leveled at her Congressional colleagues for their support of a bill which would allow local, state, and federal agencies to avoid doing business with entities that support the anti-Israel Boycott-Divestment-Sanction (or BDS) movement,” the Daily Wire’s Emily Zanotii previously reported.

“They forgot what country they represent. This is the U.S. where boycotting is a right & part of our historical fight for freedom & equality,” Tlaib tweeted. “Maybe a refresher on our U.S. Constitution is in order, then get back to opening up our government instead of taking our rights away.”

“The idea of Jews as having divided loyalty, and of using their influence to convince others to act against the interests and principles of their own country, is an age-old anti-Semitic trope,” The Washington Examiner reported.

The Daily Wire previously reported that Tlaib belonged to a group that “frequently demonizes Jews, and its Palestinian founder, Maher Abdel-qader, raised substantial funds for Tlaib for her congressional campaign as well as organizing some of her campaign events.”

“Claims of Abdel-qader’s virulent anti-Semitism are buttressed by various facts: he reportedly shared on his Facebook page and on the page of the ‘Palestinian American Congress’ an anti-Semitic video that claimed Jews aren’t really Jews and their historical claim to Israel was a fiction they created,” The Daily Wire continued. “The video also parroted the usual anti-Semitic claim that Jews control the media as well as purveyed the idea that the Holocaust was fake, stating, ‘Research the truth about the Holocaust, and you’ll definitely start to question what you thought you knew.'”

“Tlaib, honoring Abdel-qader for his help with her campaign, during which she took a number of pictures with him and he sometimes was a speaker at her events, gave him a medal for his contributions,” The Daily Wire added.

Src: The Daily Wire

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17 Comments

  • Billv

    We also fear Muslim Terrorists and we cannot tell who is one and who is not. If you fear Americans you can leave our country. We are tolerant people and all we ask is you obey our laws and Shari law should be not allowed in the U.S. it does not follow our laws here in the U.S.

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  • Helene

    U Tlaib, u sure as hell should fear we Americans,we don’t mess around with U Muslims, so get this straight, stay on ur GOOD BEHAVIOR, or else, GOT IT MADAME?

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  • Guenther

    If you fear people that live a free and good live go back where you came from, you wont have to fear them they just kill you. We don’t like radical Muslims . Besides would the people in your home country let us into politics

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  • Bob R Ressler

    US citizens are MUCH more afraid of her failed so called violent/radical religion

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  • Manuel Rogosich

    Then you Tlaib should be aware of what you say, especially when it comes to our president. He was duly elected and you as a Muslim have no decency when you called him a “Mother F**ker” . If you can’t control your hatred for our president and America leave and join your grandmother in palistein., We do not need you or your Sharia. You are an embarrassment to your party, congress and your religion.

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  • 1SG Retired
    1SG Retired

    Wonderful thing about our nation, if you don’t feel safe, or disagree strongly with our policies you are free to leave. No one will stop you and many would be glad to see you go.

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  • Bruce

    Isn’t that sad, another ploy , wanting sympathy , pandering to the media, she’s a racist Muslim bitch and it started before she entered her current position. Our govt even let her husband come here on a green card, and this is thanks hard working and patriotic Americans get ! Her insulting our President and Jews shows her real value system. This is a case where vetting didn’t do a dam thing, she and her husband who got to stay by marriage should have never been allowed in to America! This is s the lady who bragged she had a conversation with her young son and told him about the , “ the mother fucker Trump, “. Boy a real role model, her voters must be racist and brain dead, how could they not see through this hostile anti- American piece if crap!

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    • Mike G
      Mike G

      She is from Detroit, her own kind voted her in., no one else would be stupid enough.

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    • Big John

      Just for calling our president an MF”er is grounds to dispel her her from Congress. But the same stupid people that voted her in are the same ones that call conservatives homophobes, racists, and pigs, if you simply disagree with them. And the democrats say they are the party of tolerance!

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  • Dr.B

    Guess if she is afraid she needs to resign and leave America!)

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  • Joan
    Joan

    She’s so un American and for the life of me, can’t understand how she was elected. she still hasn’t had to answer why she used campaign funds after being elected. I understand her discomfort immediately after 9/11, but her comments dismissing the lives lost by the people of Jewish religion.I’m totally against CAIR and radicals. I fear what you represent in our country and I find the Democratic party as a whole, is acting so out of character with trying to destroy what our fore fathers set up for us to succeed. There is so much hate and the amount of money , division of loyalty to our country and the people they are suppose to represent, is shameful. It;s funny how many potential presidential candidates all promised to build a wall to protect our borders, with proven media coverage , who because they failed in the last election, all of a sudden hate the idea but threaten the government if illegals are sent to the :sanctuary areas. Also didn’t she mis represent the district where she lived to get elected.

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  • Sam
    Sam

    Just leave us…you don’t want to be American and you know that…thing is, WE know it, too.

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  • John Deck
    John Deck

    The continual attempt to establish Muslim rule in the United States is on a poore footing. At best they can continue to reis the discomfort of every American. The American Government is not a religion and trying to change it into a failed quisi religion/government will never work. So you should be concerned with how your fellow Americans see you and why they reject your objectives to change our Country. If you want to live in a subservient society go live in Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, or any of the other muslim countries where you are considered trash because you are 1. a woman, 2. not of the religious sect that is in power 3. you can’t learn what it means to have, to love and to have a Religion and a Government that are Separate,

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  • BD
    BD

    BOO! She should really fear radical Muslims, which I fear she is. And all the looney Dumocraps, which she is!

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  • Jim
    Jim

    Rashida: If you’re so afraid of real, honest Americans, return to Pakistan where you can feel safe.

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  • Bob R Ressler

    She should be AFRAID, as we are all afraid of her radical/violent Islam. 97,000 MURDERED by Islam in the last 4 years in 61 country’s

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  • Joseph A.F. Sadowski
    Joseph A.F. Sadowski

    This women does not belong in our house of Congress and we have to bring back the no elections of Muslim policies BACK into our laws the exact ones that Chuck and Nancy had removed from Laws already on our Books. there was a reason our forefathers stooped them from being elected into any office or government office and foreseen the complications especially their belief in killing all Infidels, that is a person not a Muslim and each can be stoned to death and their land cleansed for a Muslim population to come and live in! This is a foolish move to allow these criminals all of them into our country and into our government Jobs as they have one means to continue in their lives and that is to manipulate and deceive the citizens of America as this is their first line of defense!

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