Rashida Tlaib not fully supporting Biden re-election campaign

By Jen Krausz on
 December 13, 2023

Far-left Hamas supporter Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) said she has "issues" with President Joe Biden's governance and will not fully support him in 2024.

"The struggle that I have with the president is a number of issues" and that many of her Middle Eastern constituents "feel invisible to the government," Tlaib said to the Wall Street Journal on Sunday.

She said she wants to have a conversation with Biden prior to the election.

Tlaib was censured by the House for her anti-Israel comments, including use of the phrase "From the river to the sea," which has historically meant the elimination of all Jews.

She has ramped up her campaign, however, and just released T-shirts asking for "justice" for Gaza and saying, "Speak Truth to Power" in Arabic.

"Being a member of the Democratic Party, are we able to really grab our base of people, our working-class communities that need to feel like we have their back?” she said. "In Michigan, [Biden] was already fragile. But after Oct. 7, it seems to have gotten worse.”