House Dem Paid An Anti-Semitic and Defund The Police Activist Over $150,000

Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s (D-MI.) campaign paid $170,000 to an anti-Semitic and defund the police activist, Rasha Mubarak, who called for abolishing the police on multiple occasions and recently referred to Israel as an “apartheid state.”

According to a Fox News report:

“These aren’t clashes— it’s an ongoing occupation. These aren’t evictions— they are forced expulsions,” Mubarak tweeted in May of last year. “This isn’t a conflict— it’s settler colonialism, it’s ethnic cleansing, it’s oppression, it’s apartheid.”

“Mubarak…tweeted back in April that she believes the United States should ‘abolish the police’ and said in a July 2020 Facebook post that she is an ‘abolitionist’ when it comes to police.”

MAKE NO MISTAKE: Rep. Tlaib’s payment is yet another example of House Democrats supporting anti-Semitic activists and the Defund the Police movement, which is directly related to skyrocketing crimes across many American cities.

DEMOCRATS WHO SUPPORT DEFUNDING THE POLICE: 

HOUSE DEMOCRATS’ HISTORY OF ANTI-SEMITISM AND SIDING WITH HAMAS: 

  • House Democrats have refused to unequivocally stand with our ally and friend, Israel, despite Hamas’ terrorist attacks.

  • Far-Left Democrats blocked security funding from going to Israel but refused to question U.S. funding to the Palestinian Authority.

  • 217 House Democrats voted against providing emergency funding for the Israeli Cooperative Programs to ensure that Israel has the defense systems it needs to defend itself against continued attacks.

  • In February of 2019, Democrat Rep. Omar tweeted, “It’s all about the Benjamins baby,” in reference to American politicians’ support for Israel.

  • In May of 2021, Democrat Rep. Omar accused Israel of committing “war crimes” following days of conflict between Israel and Hamas that saw thousands of missiles fired indiscriminately at Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.

  • Speaker Pelosi has refused to take any action against Democrats who unapologetically attack the Jewish community.