U.S. Rep. Tlaib Again Accused of Anti-Semitism

U.S. Representative Rashida Tlaib is once again on the spot for comments perceived as anti-Semitic. Responding to the announcement that Antony Blinken would become Secretary of State under President-Elect Joe Biden, Tlaib tweeted, “So long as he doesn’t suppress my First Amendment right to speak out against Netanyahu’s racist and inhumane policies. The Palestinian people deserve equality and justice.” Blinken is Jewish, leading some to speculate on Tlaib’s motive for the post. Reported by Fox News. Read more… Tlaib is also part of a panel event called “Dismantling Anti-Semitism, Winning Justice.”  The panel is raising eyebrows because it includes Professor Marc Lamont Hill and writer Peter Beinart. Both men are noted critics of Israel’s government. Beinart wrote a New York Times op-ed advocating a one-state Jewish home state that is not a Jewish state, while Hill was reportedly fired from CNN over comments he made on Palestine. Reported by Fox News. Read more…