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Antisemitic Muslim Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) penned a tone-deaf op-ed in the Washington Post demanding the United States give more taxpayer money to Palestine to fight the coronavirus.
The United States — which is in the midst of a shutdown-induced recession — recently gave Palestine $5 million in corona relief aid, but Tlaib insists that is “insultingly insufficient.”
Since 1994, the U.S has given more than $5 billion in aid to Palestine.
Tlaib, who’s Palestinian-American, wrote the op-ed with fellow Democrat Alan Lowenthal. The Muslim Tlaib presumably recruited a Jewish Congressman to push her agenda to deflect attention from her well-documented history of antisemitism.
“We see division and nationalism undermining the global response to the coronavirus pandemic,” Tlaib and Lowenthal wrote. “From withholding critical funding from the World Health Organization to failing to coordinate policies with our closest allies, the Trump administration has pursued counterproductive policies which make the world less safe.”
Tlaib continued: “The Palestinian people are particularly vulnerable at this moment…We must recognize that without aid and assistance, the Palestinian people will be greatly affected by this health crisis.”
Tlaib then urged the United States to demonstrate “moral leadership” by opening up its checkbook and subsidizing the rest of the world even as millions of unemployed Americans line up at food banks.
Using her logic, Rashida Tlaib should feed hungry kids in Africa before she feeds her own children.
(Source: CBS News)
While Tlaib accused President Trump of not doing more to combat the coronavirus, not once did she point a finger at Communist China, which repeatedly covered up the deadly disease.
This mass deception caused COVID-19 to erupt into a global pandemic when it should have remained a local outbreak.
While Tlaib wants to give more taxpayer money to Palestine, keep in mind she and other Democrats are also demanding that the U.S. give relief checks to the 12 million illegal aliens living unlawfully in the country.
Do the math: There’s only so much OPM (Other People’s Money) to go around.
In her Washington Post op-ed, Tlaib slammed President Trump for suspending funding to the World Health Organization. However, Tlaib neglected to mention that he did that because the WHO repeatedly lied about the severity of the coronavirus.
Experts agree that if China and the WHO had been honest about the coronavirus from the beginning, COVID-19 would not have exploded into 187 countries around the world.
This was posted by the WHO on January 14th. The WHO owes an explanation to the world of why they took China’s word for it. So much suffering has been caused by the mishandling of information and lack of accountability by the Chinese. https://t.co/SooEnEPsjJ
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) April 3, 2020
The World Health Organization is a branch of the United Nations. The United States is the single largest contributor to both the United Nations and to the WHO. In 2017, the U.S. contributed $500 million to WHO.
In exchange for $500 million a year, it’s not too much to ask for transparency and honesty about a viral epidemic to curb preventable deaths.
In response to President Trump’s suspension of WHO funding, noted Trump-haters Michelle Obama and Laura Bush participated in a fundraiser that raised $128 million for the World Health Organization.
Tellingly, Mrs. Obama and Mrs. Bush did not hold a similar event to raise money for the millions of unemployed Americans (many of whom voted for their husbands) struggling to put food on their tables.
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