What Caroline Glick says about the Dems is completely right.
Tlaib, however, is not taking marching orders from them, there’s another dynamic at work here that uses the useful stooges of the DNC. It’s called the Muslim Brotherhood. Her only mission (as well as Omar’s) is to inundate the public with MB/Islam talking points, making them a recognized feature in US politics. Familiarizing the average citizen with their lies, misquotes, obfuscations while using the victim-card to dampen/quash justified criticism.
Caroline Glick: Why Democrats Keep Defending, and Promoting, Rashida Tlaib
As Democratic congressional leaders Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Steny Hoyer (D-MD) rush to defend Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) for inventing a bigoted, alternative, antisemitic history of the Holocaust, it is important to consider Tlaib’s actions in the context of anti-Jewish bigotry on the one hand, and the galloping transformation of the Democratic Party into an anti-Jewish party on the other.
But first, it is important to make clear just how mendacious Tlaib’s fake history of the Holocaust is.
Tlaib made three key claims in her podcast with Yahoo! News. First, she claimed that Israel was established because of the Holocaust. Second, she claimed that the Palestinian Arabs in Mandatory Palestine/the land of Israel provided “safe haven” for the Jews in the aftermath of the Holocaust. And third, she claimed that the Jews repaid the Palestinian Arabs for their kindness by dispossessing and destroying them.
All of these claims are false from beginning to end. The Jews have had a continuous presence in the land of Israel for three-and-a-half millenia. Despite the destruction of the Second Jewish Commonwealth in 70 A.D. and mass Roman expulsion of the bulk of the Jewish people, Jews have continuously clung to their homeland, and Jewish exiles have returned to the land of Israel at every opportunity. Large Jewish returns occurred in the 15th century and the 17th century. Beginning in the mid-19th century, communities of Jews began returning in significant numbers. The advent of modern Zionism, in the late 19th century, which sought Jewish return to the land of Israel for the purpose of establishing a Third Jewish Commonwealth, led to the founding of large Jewish settlements and the creation of all the national institutions that formed the backbone of the Jewish state of Israel, which declared independence in 1948.