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Democrat Rep. Rashida Tlaib Says Those Criticizing Me Will ‘Increase Hate’, But No One Can Police What I Say ‘As A Palestinian’

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Rep. Rashida Tlaib criticized the Biden White House’s response to her call for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas conflict, arguing that it “is going to increase hate towards Palestinians.”

She emphasized that no one should define what “From the river to the sea” means to her as a Palestinian.

Rep. Cori Bush also expressed concern about the lack of clarity from the White House on their criticism and outreach regarding the ceasefire. (Trending: Democrat Excludes White People From Holiday Party In Controversial Email)

Tlaib urged against policing the meaning of the phrase “From the river to the sea” for Palestinians.

“We reached out to the White House, and there were other members of Congress who reached out to the White House when we were called repugnant and disgraceful when we first — when we initially called for a ceasefire,” Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) said.

“We have yet to have that conversation yet. We keep asking for it.”

“We want some clarity on exactly what they meant by that. But no, there has not been outreach directly.”

“What I’ve reached to the White House about is, hey, you said this, this is going to increase hate towards Palestinians or people that support a ceasefire,” Tlaib added.

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