Rashida Tlaib Compares Israel To Nazi Germany In Anti-Israel Speech

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Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib is feeling tougher now that she has the backing of her fellow Democrats in the House, including Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi.

And her arrogance is showing more in her continuing disdain for the state of Israel, the United States’ top ally in the Middle East.

On the floor of the House of Representatives the Democrat made an impassioned speech about why the United States should have an anti-Semitic policy against Israel.


And then she compared the state of Israel to Nazi Germany, the nation that murdered six million Jewish people during World War II.

The representative said that as the “daughter of Palestinian immigrants,” she does not want to have restrictions on the right to “boycott the racist policies of the government and state of Israel.”

“The right to boycott is deeply rooted in the fabric of our country,” Tlaib said. “What was the Boston Tea Party but a boycott?

“Where would we be now without the boycott led by the civil rights activists in the 1950s and 60s like the Montgomery bus boycott and the United Farm Workers Grape boycott?”


That was ridiculous in itself but then she took it a step further, and too far, when she compared Israel to the Nazi state.

“Americans boycotted Nazi Germany in response to dehumanization, imprisonment, and genocide of Jewish people.”

Is Tlaib anti semitic?

“In the 1980s, many of us in this very body boycotted South African goods in the fight against apartheid. Our right to free speech is being threatened with this resolution,” Tlaib said.

“It sets a dangerous precedent because it attempts to delegitimize a certain people’s political speech and to send a message that our government can and will take action against speech it doesn’t like,” she said, Fox News reported.

The resolution to oppose the BDS movement passed on a vote of 398-17. Among Democrats who voted against the resolution were Tlaib, Reps. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., was the only Republican to vote “no.”

The measure to formally condemn the BDS movement comes after Omar introduced a separate resolution that seeks to support the right to boycott Israel. The resolution’s text also likened the boycott of the Jewish state to boycotts of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union.

“Americans of conscience have a proud history of participating in boycotts to advocate for human rights abroad including,” Rep. Omar said when the bill was introduced.

“Boycotting Nazi Germany from March 1933 to October 1941 in response to the dehumanization of the Jewish people in the lead-up to the Holocaust,” she said.

The resolution came out against the anti-Israel movement commonly known as BDS which stands for Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions.

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