Tlaib Says She Feels ‘More Palestinian In Congress’ Than American [Video]

Tlaib Says She Feels ‘More Palestinian In Congress’ Than American

By Carmine Sabia

With Rep. Ilhan Omar and Rep. Rashida Tlaib the Muslim takeover of Congress is in high gear and Tlaib made that known in recent statements.

The halls of Congress are where many Americans feel more American due to the weight of their decisions affecting every citizen.

But for Rep. Tlaib it does not do that. For her, being in Congress makes her feel more Palestinian than American.

“But I’m more Palestinian in the halls of Congress than I am anywhere in the country, in the world…” she said at the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights on Sunday.

“You know myself, Ilhan [Omar], and all of us, we watch that people are policing what we say,” she told the crowd.

‘What do you mean by that Rashida? Do you condemn this?’ I was like, ‘I don’t know, did you condemn that?” she said.

“Honestly, I never felt more Palestinian than I ever felt in Congress. Even in Palestine when I’m visiting my grandmom I’m more American,” she said.

“But I’m more Palestinian in the halls of Congress than I am anywhere in the country, in the world,” she said.

“And that just tells you, just the fact that they weren’t ready for us, they really weren’t. But we were ready for this,” she said.

Debbie Wardell@dtownewardell

Shouldn’t those who SERVE our American government only feel American?


Mr. Bigelsworth@Repdog60

Fn messed up. Needs to be fixed ASAP. Trump 2020 is definitely a step in the right direction !!!!

Rev. Chief Censor💬@Reverend_Ducati

Odd how they suggested ‘dual allegiance’ is problematic.



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