Squad Dem Calls For Underhanded Attack Against Biden

In a recent social media video, Democratic Michigan Representative and a member of the Congressional “Squad,” Rashida Tlaib made a bold call to action for voters in her home state. She urged them to “vote uncommitted” in the upcoming presidential primary, specifically against President Joe Biden. Tlaib expressed her dissatisfaction with the Biden administration’s handling of the conflict in the Gaza Strip, stating that Michigan residents feel neglected and unseen by their government.

Tlaib’s video emphasized the importance of establishing a voting block against President Biden, urging her constituents to “say enough is enough.” She highlighted the loss of lives in Gaza and called for a collective voice to be raised in support of those affected. Tlaib’s plea to voters was clear: “Don’t make us even more invisible.”

It is worth noting that Tlaib’s stance on Israel has been a point of contention. Her voting record reflects a vocal criticism of Israel, evident in her opposition to the No Immigration Benefits for Hamas Terrorists Act. This act aimed to prevent members of Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, involved in the attacks on Israel, from entering the United States.

“The Squad” refers to a loosely organized coalition of eight Democratic lawmakers within the U.S. House of Representatives. Initially, this group began with four female representatives elected during the 2018 U.S. House elections: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from New York, Ayanna Pressley from Massachusetts, Ilhan Omar from Minnesota, and Rashida Tlaib from Michigan. The Squad represents some of the most liberal voices in the United States Congress.

As the presidential race in Michigan heats up, the latest polls show former President Donald Trump with a 4.8 percent lead over President Biden. Trump’s support stands at 46.9 percent, while Biden trails at 42.1 percent. These numbers indicate a highly competitive race in this crucial swing state.

The call to “vote uncommitted” by Representative Rashida Tlaib adds a new dynamic to the upcoming presidential primary in Michigan. It highlights the discontent felt by some residents and serves as a reminder of the importance of individual voices and collective action in shaping the political landscape. As the primary approaches, voters can make their voices heard and contribute to the ongoing conversation surrounding the Biden administration’s handling of international conflicts.