Radical Dems Defend Hamas: Vote NO to Barring Terrorists

In a shocking display of Democrat obstructionism, Reps. Cori Bush (D-MO) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) stood against the bill in the U.S. House of Representatives that aimed to ban Palestinians who participated in the heinous Hamas terror attack on Israel on October 7 from entering the United States.

These two left-wing troublemakers, known for their radical “Squad” affiliation, shamelessly voted against the “No Immigration Benefits for Hamas Terrorists Act,” while 422 other lawmakers voted in favor. This act would have rightly prohibited members of Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and any other individuals involved in planning, funding, or carrying out the attack from seeking refuge or immigration benefits in the U.S.

Despite the clear and common-sense intent of the bill, Bush and Tlaib argued that it was unnecessary and only served to perpetuate anti-Palestinian, anti-Muslim, anti-Arab, and anti-immigrant sentiments. Not only did they downplay the severity of the attack, but they also failed to acknowledge the importance of taking a strong stance against terrorism.

The audacity of these two lawmakers to outright reject a bill aimed at keeping American citizens safe is appalling. Their disregard for the well-being of our nation and unwavering support for known terrorist organizations like Hamas is a clear indication of their dangerous and radical agenda.

It is crucial for the American people to recognize the irresponsible and reckless actions of individuals like Bush and Tlaib, who continue to prioritize their own political motives over the safety and security of our country and our allies. The refusal to support measures that protect our borders from those who wish to harm us is a stark reminder of the dangers posed by the extreme left within our government.

Written by Staff Reports

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