Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib chose to make a profanity laced attack on the National Day of Prayer when the nation came together to pray for those affected by Covid-19.
On today’s Jay Sekulow Live we discussed Congresswoman Tlaib’s attack on the National Day of Prayer via a retweet.
We were live in the studio today and I know that many of you are probably changing your life with schools closing across the country and not knowing when those schools will reopen.
In the midst of all this uncertainty and concern, the President called for a National Day of Prayer on Sunday, specific to the virus. This is common in our country when we have moments where we need to rally together and come together as a united nation to pray. It’s something you can do from home. You don’t have to be in a place of worship, or be of any one specific belief. This is something that unites people of all different faiths.
You may remember liberal activist David Hogg from the Parkland Shooting, who became so out of the main stream that even Leftists removed him from the stage. He was even too much for Michael Moore because he didn’t really know what he was talking about. As I mentioned on the show, Moore had to remove him from the stage.
Hogg tweeted out: “Don’t let this administration address COVID-19 like our national gun violence epidemic. [EXPLETIVE] a National day of prayer, we need immediate comprehensive action.”
Now mind you, Hogg is just an activist, and a kid, so him tweeting something outrageous is one thing. But guess who then elevated that tweet – Israel erasing extremist Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (MI-13) who retweeted the incendiary tweet to her followers.
This is a sitting congresswoman retweeting “[EXPLETIVE] a National day of prayer”.
And I think you can figure out what was actually said.
You’d think at a time when people are afraid, and there are so many uncertainties, that an elected official would choose to be a responsible leader and calm people.
You’d think she’d want to affirm the public. It’s one thing to say that you disagree with President Trump’s policies or that you think they could be doing more. But she chose to play partisan politics.
You can listen to the entire episode with more discussion of Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib’s hateful retweet as well as further analysis of what is going on with the Covid-19 epidemic, here.
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