Freshman Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) are so flagrantly radical and anti-Semitic, their own party doesn’t want to be associated with the Islamic lawmakers.
When asked whether they would endorse the congresswomen, who quickly gained notoriety for their associations with the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and anti-Jewish rhetoric, Democratic lawmakers in Michigan and Minnesota are as silent as church mice.
In footage obtained by conservative political trackers, Michigan representatives Elissa Slotkin (D) and Haley Stevens (D) refrained from responding to questions on whether they would endorse Tlaib.
“Will you be endorsing Congresswoman Tlaib for her reelection?”, Slotkin was asked, prompting her to look away and hastily keep it moving.
Slotkin, a Jewish American, voted for the House resolution condemning anti-Semitism in March. While she strategically remains hush, the Muslim congresswoman unapologetically blasted Republicans for calling attention to Omar and Tlaib’s anti-Semitism. In an effort to deflect her party’s refusal to condemn Omar and Tlaib’s anti-Jewish, anti-Israel assertions, Slotkin claimed in July that Republicans are feigning outrage over Tlaib and Omar’s anti-Semitic platform as a facade to attract Jewish donors.