Joe Biden & Rashida Talib split

‘Squad’ member Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) isn’t happy with President Joe Biden’s support of Israel and may not support him next year when he’s up for reelection.

The “Squad” member who was recently censured in a bipartisan vote over her anti-Semitism, expressed her dismay with the Democrat leader, telling the Wall Street Journal that she’s not on board with Biden who is desperately trying to stay in the White House as voters will finally get their chance to render their verdict on his ruination of the country.


“The struggle that I have with the president is a number of issues,” Tlaib told the outlet which caught up with her as she kicked off her own reelection campaign in the heavily Muslim Detroit suburb of Dearborn, MI, adding that her Middle East refugee constituents “feel invisible to the government.”

Rep. Rashida Tlaib hasn’t spoken with President Biden since accusing him of supporting the genocide of Palestinians, and doesn’t know if she can support his re-election — The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) December 10, 2023

The congresswoman added “and that’s something I need to have a conversation” with the president about even though she hasn’t spoken to him since her incendiary ad last month in which she accused Biden of being complicit in genocide against the Palestinians.

According to the WSJ, which gushes over the leftist lawmakers like the paper is her de facto public relations team, Tlaib argues that her views are “more in tune with the Democratic electorate than Biden’s support for Israel,” an acknowledgment of the prevalence of anti-Semites in the party, and that if the president “doesn’t change his tune” that he could see the election slip away like it did from Hillary Clinton in 2016.

Tlaib sent a message to Biden that if he doesn’t get with the program on Gaza, Michigan could go Republican like it did for Trump who won the state by less than 11,000 votes, when some “didn’t feel like they had a choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.”

Last month, Tlaib released her video that could have come straight from the Hamas ministry of propaganda, and for all anyone really knows, maybe it did. She also accused Biden of being complicit in the alleged slaughter.

The minute-and-a-half clip begins with the president proclaiming his support for Israel before graphic Hamas propaganda showing explosions, dead bodies, bloodied children, angry mobs in the streets, and the words “from the river to the sea” which have been chanted at rallies by those calling for the eradication of the Jewish democracy and its inhabitants.

The war porn shown in Tlaib’s video is so graphic that it was flagged with a sensitive material warning by X.

.@POTUS, the majority of the American people are not with you on this one. #CeasefireNow — Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) November 3, 2023

“Joe Biden supported the genocide of the Palestinian people. And the American people won’t forget,” Tlaib’s ad stated.

But it was her use of the controversial slogan which is widely interpreted as a call to wipe out Israel and its people that got her in trouble, leading directly to her censure, a rare former rebuke from her fellow lawmakers.

Tlaib told the WSJ that the “public shaming” of her censure “had been traumatic but galvanizing.”

“It’s not an institution that was ready for somebody with family members in Palestine,” the Jew-hating Democrat said of the U.S. Congress. “At that moment I realized just how incredibly important it was that I was there.”