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Conservatives Demand Tlaib’s Resignation Over Viral Video

In a recent social media post that has sparked controversy and drawn strong reactions from various quarters, Representative Rashida Tlaib, a member of the “Squad” and a pro-Palestinian advocate, called on President Joe Biden to support an immediate cease-fire in the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict. Tlaib’s post, shared on a popular social media platform, criticized Biden’s stance, warning of potential electoral consequences in the 2024 elections.

In her post, Tlaib condemned President Biden’s declaration of support for Israel and opposition to a cease-fire. She asserted that the majority of the American people do not back his position and used the hashtag #CeasefireNow. The post included a video that featured scenes from Gaza, protests in the U.S., and clips of statements from President Biden, National Security Council spokesman John Kirby, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Additionally, the video displayed protest chants, such as “No peace on stolen land!” in Ohio, “Free! Free! Palestine!” in Illinois, and “From the river to the sea” in Michigan.

Tlaib concluded the video by addressing the camera and warning, “We will remember in 2024,” followed by text on the screen that read, “Joe Biden supported the genocide of the Palestinian people,” demanding the President to immediately endorse a cease-fire, or “don’t count on us in 2024.”

The post immediately sparked intense reactions on social media, with some users finding it “disturbing” and accusing Tlaib of anti-Semitism. Others disputed her claim that most Americans do not support President Biden’s stance on Israel and some even called for her resignation.

Critics pointed out that the phrase “From the river to the sea” is considered by some to be a call for the “extermination of the Jewish state.” They accused Tlaib of endorsing the genocide of Israel while accusing President Biden of supporting genocide.

Tlaib, in response to the backlash, clarified her intent, stating that “From the river to the sea” is an “aspirational call for freedom, human rights, and peaceful coexistence,” and not a call for “death, destruction, or hate.” She emphasized that her work and advocacy are focused on justice and dignity for all people, regardless of their faith or ethnicity.

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