Muslim Congresswoman follows her ‘MF’ shocker with a ‘slight alteration’ to Israel on map in her office

There has been much ballyhoo in the press about the fresh, bold incoming class of Democratic lawmakers, but when looking past the media’s praise Americans realize this may be the most radically left class of Democrats ever.

From strong belief in socialism to hatred of Israel, hard left zealots are now a staple in the halls of Congress, and they make little effort to disguise their extremism and intolerance.

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich, the newly elected Muslim lawmaker who called President Donald Trump a “motherf–ker” on her first official day in office, is a good representation of this new class. Not only did the Palestinian-American attack the president with vulgarity, her office wasted no time displaying hatred toward Israel.

Hanna Allam, a BuzzFeed reporter, tweeted a photo of a map in Tlaib’s new office, pointing out a “slight alteration.”

In the image, a sticky note is placed on the map, covering almost all of Israel, with the word “Palestine” written in, along with an arrow pointing to the region. While it appears to be a mystery who put it there, the fact that it IS there speaks volumes.

Making quite the impression her first day, Tlaib also invited feminist activist and noted anti-Semitic Linda Sarsour to be on hand for her swearing-in ceremony, with the new lawmaker used a Quran that once belonged to Thomas Jefferson for the occasion.

And to think all of this took place on her first day in office.

Social media users were quick to respond to the controversy swirling around Tlaib, with a common theme being to highlight the geographically challenged location of the Post-it Note.

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:

Ultimately, a social media user got it right when they noted that with an extremist like Tlaib in office, her constituents will pay the steepest price.

But then,  perhaps they’ll learn the lesson the hard way that elections do indeed have consequences.

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