Squad Member Organizing A Total Nightmare For Biden – Watch

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) is about to infuriate the White House and the Biden campaign, and it’s going to be fun to watch.

Tlaib wants to send a message to the Biden administration and wants Democrat Michiganders to cast a protest vote in the state’s upcoming primary.

Tlaib uploaded a video on social media and is asking those who oppose the conflict in Israel to “vote uncommitted.”

“We don’t want a country that supports wars and bombs and destruction. We want to support life. We want to stand up for every single life killed in Gaza,” Tlaib said.

“This is the way you can raise our voices, to make us even more visible,” she added later. “Right now, we feel completely neglected and just unseen by our government. If you want us to be louder, then come here and vote uncommitted.”

The far left member of Congress is the only Palestinian American member of Congress who posted the video through a group called Listen to Michigan. The group appears to be behind the effort asking voters to fill out the “uncommitted” bubble during the primary.

He’s not representing the young people who put him in office and turned out in the midterms — and are now out protesting his policies in the streets,” the group said on its website.

Since the October 7 attack Biden has been very supportive of Israel and has taken backlash. However, as of late, Biden is asking Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to not conduct a ground invasion in the city of Rafah.

“I’ve made the case — and I feel very strongly about it — that there has to be a — a temporary ceasefire to get the prisoners out, to get the hostages out. And that is underway. I’m still hopeful that that can be done,” Biden said on Friday.

“And in the meantime, I don’t anticipate — I’m hoping that you — that the Israelis will not make any massive land invasion in the meantime,” he added.

Biden may not want to hold his breath because israel has told Hamas that if all hostages are not returned by the start of Ramadan they are invading the city.

“The world must know, and Hamas leaders must know — if by Ramadan our hostages are not home, the fighting will continue to the Rafah area,” Gantz told a gathering of American-Jewish organizations in Jerusalem on Sunday.

“We will do so in a coordinated manner, facilitating the evacuation of civilians in dialogue with our American and Egyptian partners to minimize civilian casualties,” the Israeli minister added.

Ramadan will begin on March 10 and Israel believes that there are still 130 hostages reming in Gaza.

“To those saying the price is too high, I say this very clearly: Hamas has a choice — they can surrender, release the hostages, and the citizens of Gaza will be able to celebrate the holy holiday of Ramadan,” Gantz said.


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