Jihadi Rep. Tlaib posts a photo of her with Obama.” “I’m proud of you,” says Obama to Tlaib. The woman s a genocidal Jew-hater. Imagine if President Trump was photographed with David Duke? The reaction from the media would have been violent. However, the mainstream media has consistently given Obama a pass for embracing some of the most vicious and vile of racists and demagogues from the left.
“The best part was when he looked straight at me and said, “I’m proud of you,” says Tlaib of Obama. What is Obama proud of? Is it that Tlaib is an open anti-Semite? Is it Tlaib’s hatred of Israel and her support of the BDS Movement? Is it Tlaib’s support for Hezbollah and Hamas?
Is Obama proud of Tlaib for publicly disrespecting President Trump, when she vowed to “impeach the motherfucker” when it was confirmed that she had been elected to Congress? Obama is a pig. He never met a Jew-hater that he didn’t like, and he likely never met a hater of America that he didn’t like either. Thank God President Trump was elected President.
.@BarackObama met with us new members of Congress and we had a thoughtful discussion about serving our country. The best part was when he looked straight at me and said, "I'm proud of you." pic.twitter.com/cPDOth0B5i
— Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) March 28, 2019
Tlaib has a history of associating with anti-Jewish radicals, including Abbas Hamideh, an anti-Israel extremist and staunch supporter of the Hezbollah terror group, who she posed for a photo with at a swearing-in ceremony. She is also a supporter of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement, a global campaign promoting various forms of boycotts against the Jewish state.
I was honored to be at Congresswoman @RashidaTlaib swearing in ceremony in #Detroit and private dinner afterward with the entire family, friends and activists across the country. #Palestine #TweetYourThobe #RashidaTlaib pic.twitter.com/caJPN12ODX
— Abbas Hamideh (@Resistance48) January 12, 2019
According to several reports, Obama met with Democrats to discuss how to advance legislation in an ever-polarized Congress. He also warned that bills or proposals attracting too much media attention before ample support is secured could hurt its prospects of being turned into law.
One source told the Washington Post that the former president also told the House Democrat freshman they “shouldn’t be afraid of big, bold ideas—but also need to think in the nitty-gritty about how those big, bold ideas will work and how you pay for them.”
While Obama did not single out a specific policy, some inside the room believe Obama was referring to the Green New Deal, the far-left proposal to pursue 100 percent non-combustible energy by 2030. The proposal, unveiled earlier this year by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA), was voted down in the Senate this week 57-0, with 42 Democrats voting “present.”
Obama on Tuesday posted to social media about the formal meet-and-greet with Democrats, tweeting: “Last night I had the chance to meet with first-term Democrats in Congress – it’s a young, diverse class, stocked with a bunch of my campaign and administration alums who’ve taken the torch. This group is going to be driving progress for a long time to come.”