Last Wednesday, on the 18th anniversary of 9/11, freshman Muslim Congresswoman and member of the HAMAS Caucus Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), was served with a lawsuit for allegedly assaulting our own Laura Loomer, who is Jewish, for a 2018 assault in Minnesota that occurred when Loomer covered a joint campaign event for then-candidates Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI).
While the rest of America was busy mourning and remembering the Islamic terror attack that claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 Americans, Tlaib was busy facing the legal consequences caused by her hatred and vitriol. The same hatred and vitriol expressed by the jihadists who carried out the 9/11/01 terrorist attacks.
The 9/11/01 terrorist attack was a result of the hatred harbored by Islamic jihadists towards America’s Judeo-Christian values.
After that day, we vowed as a nation that we would Never Forget what happened that fateful day. But “never” apparently doesn’t last very long these days, as 18 years later Americans elected two anti-American Islamic congresswomen – both virulently anti-Semitic – to seats in the U.S. Congress.
Tlaib could be seen at the 2018 event physically attacking Loomer, which Loomer caught on video:
On Loomer’s behalf, Freedom Watch announced a $2 million lawsuit against Tlaib last month.
“Hate-filled anti-Semitic” Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) is being sued for $2 million after the freshman congresswoman attacked investigative reporter Laura Loomer during a campaign event in 2018.
Tlaib, who adamantly supports boycotting Israel and has been repeatedly slammed by President Donald Trump for “hating Jews,” is seen assaulting Loomer, a female Jewish journalist, during a rally during her Congressional run.
At the time the lawsuit was announced, Freedom Watch, whose general counsel is Larry Klayman, made the following statement:
“Ms. Loomer … did not bring this complaint for political purposes, but to hold Tlaib accountable for her unhinged hatred of Jews and Israel, which manifested itself in Tlaib’s physical attack on Loomer, which was caught on camera,” the statement said. “In response, and in the presence of Omar, who looked on approvingly, Tlaib violently lunged at Loomer, interacted with her physically and grabbed her phone, which Loomer was using to film the event which took place at a Palestinian restaurant. This put Loomer in alleged fear of immediate severe bodily injury.”
In a rather apropos manner, the lawsuit was officially served to Tlaib on 9/11/01 at 5:13 pm.
Tlaib and Omar were recently among 17 members of Congress who voted against a resolution condemning the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, the main goal of which is to destroy Israel. They were subsequently banned from entering Israel, which they complained about very publicly. When the Israeli Prime Minister granted an exception to Tlaib to visit her dear old granny in terror-controlled Gaza, Tlaib refused to make the trip, instead choosing to make a public spectacle for political purposes.
Meanwhile, Loomer is fighting Silicon Valley Sharia in a federal court in Washington, D.C. The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear her lawsuit against Big Tech for conspiring to suppress her speech because of her political views, as we reported a month ago.
The lawsuit involves most of the tech tyrants in Silicon Valley, including Apple, Facebook, Google, and Twitter.
Loomer, who had 265,000 Twitter followers, was permanently banned from Twitter last November for a tweet in which she called Omar “anti-Jewish.”
In January 2019, the Wall Street Journal reported that Loomer was banned from Twitter at the request of CAIR, a designated Islamic terrorist organization that has endorsed and donated to both Tlaib and Omar.
In April, Loomer sued Twitter and CAIR in Florida.
Peter D'Abrosca is a freelance investigative reporter, author, and conservative political commentator.
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