“The country has changed and will continue to change for the worse unless of course you like moving to the hard left. Then, this is your moment.”
(Mary Dowling) As reported, the House voted to censure Rashida Tlaib for her pro-Hamas rhetoric and incitements to destroy Israel after the October 7 massacre. The vote was 234 to 188, with 22 Democrats joining Republicans and four members voting present. They voted for Rich McCormick’s measure to censure.
Tlaib (D-Mich.) is the 26th member of Congress to be censured by the House in the legislative body’s history.
SERIOUS DEATH THREATS
The censure vote, initially scheduled for Wednesday, apparently was moved up after the office of Rep. Rich McCormick (R-Ga.) office — the congressman who introduced the resolution — received death threats.