Rashida live-thanks Jewish Voice for Peace, a group that hosts terrorists


Rep. Rashida Tlaib tweeted a video while inside her car Saturday. In the clip, she live-thanked a radical leftist group that supports the destruction of Israel. She was unusually happy as she thanked the Jewish Voice For Peace for sending her a letter of support.

Rashida is usually only this happy when she is saying vile things about Republicans.

The Jewish Voice for Peace is a pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel group.

They are also very, very far-left.

Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) is a United States hard-left activist organization focused on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. They hate Israel and say they have no right to self-defense. They host terrorists like Rasmea Odeh who spent years in an Israeli jail for murdering two young Israelis.

In its mission statement, it describes itself as “a diverse and democratic community of activists inspired by Jewish tradition to work together for peace, social justice, and human rights [to] support the aspirations of Israelis and Palestinians for security and self-determination” and says it “seeks an end to the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem”. Its critics say it musters Jewish opposition to and works to undermine public support for Israel.

They actually support terrorists. The ADL has come down hard on them and they are very far-left themselves.

When it comes to choosing between far-left ideology and religion or loyalty to kind, the leftists will choose ideology almost every time.


This is in response to her latest podcast interview in which she advocated for a one-state solution and lied about Arab-Jewish history in Israel/Palestine.

In fairness, a lot of people say Rashida’s comments weren’t anti-Semitic, but the comments at least suggested Israel should be destroyed.

Rashida and her fellow leftist Jew haters are gaslighting us, but that is what the hard-left and other radicals do.

The next clip is what the numbskulls sent to Rashida. They too believe in revisionist history.