Late last month, Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib retweeted an account that tweeted out a favorite slogan of Hamas:
Rashida Tlaib RT's out the same message that got Marc Lamont Hill canned from CNN.
From the River to the Sea, Palestine will be Free – code for eradicating the State of Israel and its millions of Jews.
Reminder – this is a sitting U.S. Congresswoman pic.twitter.com/zEWOptrGPW
— StopAntisemitism.org (@StopAntisemites) November 30, 2020
A notoriously anti-Semitic congresswoman peddling anti-Israel terrorist propaganda? We were just as shocked as you were.
So imagine our shock when we saw that notorious far-Left terrorist apologist Peter Beinart rode to Tlaib’s defense:
.@RashidaTlaib supports 1 state where Jews + Palestinians live equally, under the same law. Why is that less moral that the current 1 state: Where millions of Palestinians lack citizenship, due process, free movement + the right to vote for the govt that controls their lives? https://t.co/2HUNJaxYPa
— Peter Beinart (@PeterBeinart) December 1, 2020
You can set your watch by that crap. You really can.
— David Edward™ (@_David_Edward) December 2, 2020
Literally no one believes that Rashida Tlaib wants Jews and Palestinians to “live equally.”
And if by some crazy chance they do believe that, well, we’ve got a bridge in Gaza to sell them.
Exactly. Like when white nationalists chant "Jews will not replace us!" it's just an aspirational expression to live together harmoniously.
— Noam™ (@noam3127) December 2, 2020
How do you not know what that slogan means??!?!
— (((GloriaV))) (@ginnymore) December 2, 2020
Come on man, “the river to the sea” language has been used repeatedly to suggest that Israel is illegitimate. It’s not just the literal words. There’s a long history behind them.
— Jacob Alfieri (@JacobAlfieri) December 1, 2020
— John Heflin (@jch6289) December 2, 2020
That phrase historically doesnt indicate that… at all
And theres no way she doesnt know that
— Raymond McCue ?⚤?⚣? (@RayMcCue) December 2, 2020
She knows that. And so does Peter Beinart.
I guess we shouldn't be surprised that Peter is defending Hamas' genocidal rhetoric against Jews. https://t.co/cDePYkXEqj
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) December 2, 2020
Same as it ever was.