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Rashida Tlaib: Any Republicans Who Support Marjorie Taylor Greene Support White Supremacy

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, speaking about a vote to remove Marjorie Taylor Greene from her House Committee assignments, accused any Republicans who fail to denounce her of supporting “white supremacy.”

Greene (R-GA) came under fire after it was discovered she “liked” controversial comments on social media, including one that said “a bullet to the head would be quicker” in a discussion to remove House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).

She has also dabbled in QAnon conspiracy theories.

Tlaib alleges support for Greene is tantamount to support for the Klan.

“Every single day that goes by without outright condemnation from every single one of her Republican colleagues, without consequences for her extremist views, is an endorsement of white supremacy,” Tlaib announced.

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Condemns Hate Rhetoric

Speaking on the topic of the Capitol riots, Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) accused Republicans of engaging in “hate speech” that led to the incident.

“All of it is led by hate rhetoric like this,” Tlaib said. “So I urge my colleagues to please, please take what happened on January 6 seriously. It will lead to more death. And we can do better. We must do better.”

Tlaib’s Squad-mate, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has denounced Greene as “dangerous and violent.”

“This is not somebody that should be in office, you know, someone said yesterday instead of being in Congress, this person needs to be on a watch list,” Omar said.

“And if the Republican Party and its leadership is not going to do the work of removing her from Congress, we must do it.”

Well, they did it. The House voted 230-199 to remove Greene from her committee assignments.

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Rashida Tlaib Sees White Supremacy in EVERY Situation

Rashida Tlaib has her own history of incendiary rhetoric.

In 2019, she came under fire for saying the Holocaust gives her a “calming feeling” because her Palestinian ancestors provided a “safe haven” for Jewish victims of the tragedy.

She called critics of those comments – which are historically ignorant – “racist idiots.”

It’s simply a given that each member of the Squad – especially Tlaib – will turn any story into one portraying Republicans as supporting white supremacy.

It came back to bite her in 2019 when she blamed “white supremacy” for a Jersey City shooting that left several people dead.

One of the shooters, it turns out, was linked to a group known as the “Black Hebrew Israelites.”

Tlaib was forced to delete the tweet, though it hasn’t dampened her enthusiasm for painting every political situation as an example of “white supremacy.”

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance writer focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been following and analyzing the political climate for several years, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, FoxNews.com and more.

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  • Whites believe that they have replaced blacks as the primary victims of racial discrimination in contemporary America, according to a new study from researchers at Tufts University's School of Arts and Sciences and Harvard Business School. The findings, say the authors, show that America has not achieved the "post-racial" society that some predicted in the wake of Barack Obama's election.
    Both whites and blacks agree that anti-black racism has decreased over the last 60 years, according to the study. However, whites believe that anti-white racism has increased and is now a bigger problem than anti-black racism.
    "It's a pretty surprising finding when you think of the wide range of disparities that still exist in society, most of which show black Americans with worse outcomes than whites in areas such as income, home ownership, health, and employment," says Tufts Associate Professor of Psychology Samuel Sommers, PhD, coauthor of the study that appears in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

  • In the south often times the slaves had better living conditions than the poor whites, who were left homeless and starving for lack of work.

  • When referring to Democrats I prefer the term "Political Supremacists" because they falsely believe they are superior to the voting public.

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