Skip to comments.Catholic League Calls for Reprimand of Rashida Tlaib for ‘Obscene Assault’
Posted on 03/16/2020 6:13:01 PM PDT by DeathBeforeDishonor1
Catholic League president Bill Donohue has appealed to the House Ethics Committee to reprimand Rep. Rashida Tlaib for her obscene assault on people of faith.
As president of the largest Catholic civil rights organization, I am requesting the House Committee on Ethics to issue a letter of reprimand to Rep. Rashida Tlaib, Mr. Donohue writes in a March 16 letter addressed to Florida Rep. Ted Deutch, the chairman of the committee, and copied to the other members.
Donohue calls out Rep. Tlaib for retweeting a message from activist David Hogg including the phrase Fuck a National day of prayer, saying that by doing so the Michigan Democrat has targeted entire collectivities, crossing the line by insulting Catholics, Protestants, Jews, Mormons, Muslims and people of all faiths.
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Everytime Tlaib opens her piehole , Bibi should bomb some palestinians.
The kid says we need comprehensive action now (pp) - but fails to make any recommendations whatsoever. No Wish List? Martial Law isnt getting it done?
This is one violent kid. Guess what. The school shooter did not pray.
Dollar Bill Donohue is the only one fighting this? Or as usual, is he the first to grab the publicity?
David Hogg. I thought that little pr!ck would have ridden his bike into a train by now.
Doesn’t she pray to her pagan moon god?
One is a Hogg and one is a Tlaib. Bet you can’t tell which one is the four legged creature and which one looks like a four legged creature.
Some psychopaths are born that way. The others go to school to learn how to be one. In David’s case, it is called “Going Hogg Wild”. In Tlaib’s case, it’s called “I’d Walk a Mile for a Camel” (and the camels were worried).
I suspect Ms. Tlaib is really an atheist. First, she doesn’t wear a head covering or burqa, though she would look better in one. Second, followers of that pagan moon god are not banned from participating in a day of prayer.
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