During a monday press conference, President Trump made it clear he was not convinced Rashida Tlaib’s tears were sincere.
“Yesterday, I notice for the first time, Tlaib with the tears. All of a sudden, she starts with tears. I don’t buy it…I saw a woman that was violent and vicious and out of control.”
#NEW: Pres. Trump on Rep. Tlaib’s Monday press conference:
“Yesterday, I notice for the first time, Tlaib with the tears. All of a sudden, she starts with tears. I don't buy it…I saw a woman that was violent and vicious and out of control." @OANN
— Chloe Salsameda (@ChloeSalsameda) August 20, 2019
Both Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar were emotional during their press conference discussing being banned from Israel.
Some pointed out that over the weekend the two had retweeted anti-Semitic cartoons.
Over the weekend, Tlaib and Omar retweeted anti-Semitic cartoons and now she's crying that Israel didn't turn their back on a law to allow BDS supporters in their country
Do you believe these tears?
— America's Voice News (@AVoiceNews) August 19, 2019
The cartoon was from an artist known for his anti-semitic work, including mocking Jewish victims of the holocaust.
Per Batya Ungar-Sargon, in 2006, Latuff came in second in Iran’s International Holocaust Cartoon Contest, which is a thing that exists, in case you thought the TL couldn’t get any worse.
The Reagan Battallion tweeted the question:
WILL A SINGLE DEMOCRAT SPEAK UP?
WILL A SINGLE DEMOCRAT SPEAK UP? pic.twitter.com/PlhOBGCN2U
— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) August 18, 2019
Oof. Looks like both Rep. Omar and Rep. Tlaib shared this awful Carlos Latuff cartoon in Instagram stories yesterday. In 2006, Latuff came in second in Iran's International Holocaust Cartoon Contest, which is a thing that exists, in case you thought the TL couldn't get any worse. pic.twitter.com/uwyBPAsz7T
— Batya Ungar-Sargon (@bungarsargon) August 18, 2019
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