Rep. Ilhan Omar's (D., Minn.) backing of pro-Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) legislation in the House comes just about a year after she told Jewish voters in her district she viewed the anti-Israel movement as counter-productive to peace efforts.
A staffer for Democrat Elizabeth Warren's 2020 presidential campaign has come under scrutiny for a recently deleted tweet stating he "would totally be friends with Hamas," the Middle Eastern terror group that routinely murders Israeli citizens.
Rashida Tlaib is apparently proud of her ancestors encouraging Hitler, preventing Jews from escaping Nazi rule, and waging war to crush any hopes of establishing a Jewish state, arguing that, somehow, Palestinian Arabs protected the Jewish people. Either that, or the first-term Democratic congresswoman is intentionally misleading the public, or she is just wildly ignorant of Middle Eastern history. There are literally no other explanations for Tlaib's comments to Yahoo News's podcast "Skullduggery" last week. Vile, bizarre, and historically false, her recent remarks need to be refuted not only because of their corrosive effect on humanity's collective intellect, but also because of their seemingly malicious intent.