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Rashida Tlaib Turns on Biden Over Israel, Urges Michigan Democrats to Vote Against Him in the Primary

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) has turned on President Joe Biden over his refusal to pressure Israel into surrendering to the terrorist group Hamas. In a recent video circulating on social media, she called on Democrats in Dearborn, Michigan, to vote against Biden during the upcoming primary races.

This move reflects growing dissatisfaction with the Biden administration among members of the pro-Hamas element in Congress and the activist class. During her speech, Tlaib said: “If you want us to be louder, then come here and vote uncommitted.”

The lawmaker continued, emphasizing the need among those opposing Israel to make a louder statement to the Biden administration.

Tlaib continued, stating that this is how those who oppose Israel “can raise our voices” and urged listeners not to “make us even more invisible.”

Tlaib appears to have chosen the right place to give this speech, as Dearborn is home to a high population of Muslim Americans who support the Palestinians. Indeed, the anti-Israel sentiment in this community runs so deep that the city has seen a number of raucous protests.

Days after the Hamas October 7 surprise attack on Israel, students at various Dearborn high schools walked out of class to stage a demonstration in which they chanted “Allahu Akbar.”

Tlaib has raised quite a bit of controversy ever since Israel began retaliating against Hamas. She waited until after the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) began striking back at the terrorists in Gaza to start calling for a ceasefire – because she was perfectly fine with Hamas’ initial attack in which they murdered over 1,200 Israelis.

She also led what Democrats would call an insurrection if it had involved conservatives in Washington, D.C. In November, the House voted to censure Tlaib over her miles-long list of antisemitic remarks, as RedState’s Susie Moore reported:

If residents of Dearborn actually follow Tlaib’s guidance, it might send a small statement to the Biden administration, but it’s unlikely to make a difference. The president is not facing any serious primary challengers and it is highly unlikely that voters in this city won’t support Biden in the general election.

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