CNN Fact Checks Rep Rashida Tlaib’s Comments on Holocaust

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) continues to win over the hearts and minds of Americans with her plucky spirit, expert historical knowledge, and ability to prove that diversity really is our strength. Hahaha! Just kidding.

Mother-of-the-year Tlaib is the one who made headlines earlier this year when she told an audience about how she screeched at her toddler son that she was going to “Impeach the motherf****r.”

What a peach! By the way, to all of the male readers on this site… Rashida Tlaib is single for some reason. You might want to put a ring on that.

Tlaib is also noteworthy for being the only sitting Member of Congress who has ever written an op-ed for Louis Farrakhan’s Jew-hating, White people-hating newsletter, “Final Call.” You know, the newsletter which Farrakhan deliberately named “Final Call” to sound similar to you-know-who’s “Final Solution.”

It’s a great newsletter by the way. It features news about the latest scientific advances — such as how the Jews put a serum in marijuana that turns black men gay. Seriously look it up, that’s the kind of employer Tlaib chose to work for. Final Call also highlights important social issues, like how the Jews probably let the air out of your tire last night.

Anyway, Tlaib has made headlines again, stating that thinking of the Holocaust gives her a “calming feeling,” especially when she considers how her Palestinian relatives were so welcoming to the Jewish people when Israel was first formed. This is so psychopathically false that even CNN had to fact-check Tlaib.

No, really. CNN fact-checked Rashida Tlaib. You have to see it to believe it, so here it is in this video.


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