As the Israel-Hamas war rages on in the wake of the cowardly Hamas-led terrorist attacks that killed and injured thousands, President Joe Biden has been criticized by both sides.
According to Breitbart, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) has had nothing less than a complete break from reality on the subject, and has spent the past month torching Biden and his administration for its handling of the situation.
Tlaib has made headlines in recent weeks as a face of the many pro-Palestinian protests that broke out across the country in the wake of the attack.
She went as far as accusing Biden and his administration of supporting the "genocide" of Palestinians.
The liberals are turning on each other...
Rashida Tlaib posts video attacking Biden of supporting genocide. pic.twitter.com/nyZWd4TTYb
— A Man Of Memes (@RickyDoggin) November 6, 2023
Tlaib uploaded a dramatic video showing various pro-Palestine protests around the country, telling Biden that "the American people are not with you on this one," but citing no proof of that other than anecdotal video footage from the relatively small protests.
"We will remember in 2024," she added in the video.
The Guardian noted:
The video represents by far her most blunt criticism of Biden and his administration and includes a warning that she believes his stance on the war will hurt his re-election chances in 2024, as Michigan has a significant Arab American population.
An overlay on the video made the "genocide" accusation.
"Joe Biden supported the genocide of the Palestinian people. The American people won’t forget. Biden, support a cease-fire now. Or don’t count on us in 2024," it read.
The Guardian added:
Tlaib’s video post highlights a growing issue for Biden, one that often splits Democratic support down generational lines as well as political ones. Tlaib is among 18 Democrats from the mostly younger, progressive-leaning wing of the party co-sponsoring a resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
She, and other progressives in the Democratic Party, have called for a "ceasefire" between the two factions, though it's clear Israel has no intention of doing so, and understandably so.
"From the river to the sea is an aspirational call for freedom, human rights, and peaceful coexistence, not death, destruction, or hate. My work and advocacy is always centered in justice and dignity for all people no matter faith or ethnicity," Tlaib wrote in a follow-up post.
It's astonishing how many U.S. lawmakers openly hate Israel and lend support to the other side, with pro-Hamas tones. It's truly disgusting.