Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., has taken action on Capitol Hill this week against Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., following what Greene has called a “pro-Hamas insurrection into the Capitol complex” last week.
As reported by RSBN, at least 300 protestors were arrested at the demonstration last week, which was reportedly spearheaded by a Jewish pro-Palestinian group. Rep. Tlaib was present at the demonstration outside the Capitol Building, raising questions about the Michigan congresswoman’s support of the Palestinian cause in the Middle East.
On Thursday, Rep. Greene noted on X, “I just introduced my resolution to censure Rashida Tlaib as privileged to force a House vote in two legislative days. Tlaib led a pro-Hamas insurrection into the Capitol complex, has repeatedly displayed her anti-Semitic beliefs, and shown her hatred for Israel. She must be held accountable and censured.”
Rep. Greene explained in a statement made to RSBN that Rep. Tlaib was “the most anti-Semitic, anti-American, anti-Israel member of Congress and no member of the United States of America should hate Israel and hate America.”
She called on both Democrats and Republicans to vote for the resolution, which will be on the floor next week.
According to The Jerusalem Post, Rep. Tlaib was linked by the Canary Mission to “extensive funds tied to the Hamas terrorist group” in Palestine. Their research pointed to a Facebook group allegedly used by Rep. Tlaib that supposedly shared anti-Semitic and pro-terrorism content. They also noted that she allegedly funded a group called Black4Palestine, which Canary Mission stated was an “anti-American, anti-Israel and pro-terror hate group.”
These accusations have not been confirmed, but the allegations have only cast more doubt upon the depth of the congresswoman’s reported anti-Israeli sentiments.
After the demonstrations at the U.S. Capitol last week, Rep. Greene demanded that the Capitol Police preserve “all video footage inside and outside the Cannon House office building today.”
Rep. Greene’s resolution to censure Rep. Tlaib was matter-of-fact, citing multiple instances of the Michigan congresswoman’s alleged anti-Semitic behavior, including an incident in 2019 when she stated that she “felt a ‘calming feeling’ when thinking about the genocide of millions of Jews…”