It seems as if the only time we get bi-partisan Congressional support for anything is when it has to do with doing something supporting Israel. Here we have another example with the House passing a resolution against the anti-Israel BDS movement.
The US House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a resolution on Tuesday that rejects the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel, after some Democrats expressed concern last week that the measure could cause infighting within the party leading up to the 2020 election.
The bill — formally known as House Resolution 246 — also calls for increased security aid to Israel and a two-state solution. It passed by a vote of 398-17, with five abstentions.
Sixteen Democrats opposed the bill, including representatives Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, the first two Muslim women elected to Congress. Both support the BDS movement.
Tlaib and Omar are actually right to oppose this nonsense even though they have different reasons for doing so.
Our 1st Amd. right to free speech allows boycott of inhumane policies. This bill is unconstitutional. https://t.co/6VJUtBbogy
— Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) July 10, 2019
This bill is definitely unconstitutional as Tlaib mentions in her tweet. You can’t pass bills telling people that they aren’t allowed to use their free speech to organize a boycott against a foreign country.
What this shows is that Congress is totally controlled by Jews and Israel. How else does one explain such a lopsided vote?
And as much as I dislike Omar and Tlaib for their anti-American and anti-White positions, they at least do not appear to be controlled by Jews. It’d be great if they focused their energy on criticizing Jews and Israel instead of antagonizing White Americans.