Hanukkah is just around the corner, and Christmas and Kwanzaa aren’t far behind, so if you have an activist in your family and don’t have a gift picked out yet, Rep. Rashida Tlaib suggests visiting her campaign shop and picking out a nice shirt or mug with a powerful message on it.
Looking for the perfect gift for the activist in your family? Check out some of our powerful messages for family and friends this holiday season.
— Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) December 7, 2020
Justice from Detroit to Gaza?
— Comey's Warden (@fitzco108) December 7, 2020
Dual loyalty much?
— $750. Loser. Jail. ByeDon. (@heckava) December 7, 2020
Isn’t this the definition of dual loyalty?!?
— IamSam (@IamSamKalm) December 7, 2020
So, since I get accused of dual loyalty, can I do the same to you…?
— Daniel Margolis (@Dan_Margolis) December 7, 2020
Don't forget to tweet tomorrow that Jews have dual loyalties!
— lihi cohen (@lihicohen9) December 7, 2020
In the words of Rashida Tlaib “they forget what country they represent”
— Hershy Gutnick (@GutnickHershy) December 7, 2020
Still applicable or we only question that when it's "certain" people supporting a "certain" country? pic.twitter.com/4QYYr8YSiC
— JewOC (@RUOC90177786) December 7, 2020
Are you finally criticizing Hamas?!
— Samuel Alexander (@alex_etal) December 7, 2020
Justice from Hamas?
— Robert Resnick (@RobertResnick) December 7, 2020
If she truly wanted justice for Gaza, @RashidaTlaib would insist on the dismantling of a terrorist organization that uses civilians as human shields, represses all dissent, and manipulates children into fighting its wars.
Hamas remains the author of Gaza’s misery.
— Yehuda Krohn (@YehudaKrohn) December 7, 2020
Is this you coming out as pro Hamas after last week you retweeted "from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free"?
— Claire Voltaire (@Claire_Voltaire) December 7, 2020
Yeah, that was just last month.
Is Detroit sending rockets into Bloomfield Hills?
— MR. GORBACHEV, TEAR DOWN THIS WALL ???? (@pedroborbon3) December 7, 2020
It fits! Both places are equally underdeveloped and full of crime due to mismanagement and poor education.
— David (@David3674) December 7, 2020
A t-shirt about fixing dysfunctional governments?
— Arthur (@Go_Learn_It) December 7, 2020
From ______ to _______ is the intellectually lazy way to tie your pet cause to a completely unrelated cause. Fight for your district, not an enclave run by terrorist gangsters.
— Allen L. (@Leibochips) December 7, 2020
If I received some ignorant shit like that for Christmas I'd be pissed.
— Joseph Heilman?? (@HeilmanJoseph) December 7, 2020
I can’t think of a single person who’d want this shit for Christmas. It’s so laughably bad.
— Paul Chato (@PaulChato) December 7, 2020
— Andreas (@sf_andreas) December 7, 2020
— ?? Asaf Haziza ?? اساف ?? (@AsafHaziza) December 7, 2020
— (((Throwback-Lib)))✡️??? (@ThrowbackLib) December 7, 2020
Get get a few for Hanukkah.
— WorldB.Free (@Fish2bFree) December 7, 2020
Do you have any "Death to Jews" apparel like what they chant in your beloved Gaza Strip?
— Anonymous Gritty (@TBDGritty) December 7, 2020
So is the money you make on this crap going to your campaign or to your friends in Hamas
— JasonLeibowitz ג'ייסון ליבוביץ (@LeibowitzJason) December 7, 2020
Activism sweatshirts are a human right and should be free to all.
— President Elect, Jose Gonzalez (@JoseG0nz4lez) December 7, 2020
Will the proceeds from this go to clean water in Flint, Michigan? Or do you really care more about Palestinians than Americans, asking for America?
— Marty Smart (@Marty__Smart) December 7, 2020
How will Palestinians in Gaza benefit from this?
— Louis (@Louis_Allday) December 7, 2020
THANK YOU. (They won’t.)
— Bundle Up (@treehouseheroic) December 7, 2020
How does anyone benefit from Tlaib being in Congress?
So hilarious. You grifter.
— R- (@Fiddlerrpk) December 7, 2020
Reality checks trip up Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s attempt to tie Trump to thwarted plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Whitmer https://t.co/6lkfVIiTmg
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 8, 2020
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