Published: Fri, January 04, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Tlaib Promises Democrats Coming for Trump: We’re Going to ‘Impeach the Motherf***er’

Tlaib Promises Democrats Coming for Trump: We’re Going to ‘Impeach the Motherf***er’

Just hours after being sworn into Congress on Thursday, Democratic Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib promised to go after President Donald Trump, telling a group of left-wing supporters she would help Democrats "impeach the motherf****r".

"'Momma look you won".

Tlaib said that she was not trying to make a religious point in swapping out the Bible for the Quran, and acknowledged that those upset by the move would be angry simply due to the fact that she is a Muslim anyway.

'And I said: "Baby they don't, because we're going to go in there and impeach that motherf***er"'.

Jon Levine, media editor for The Wrap, posted the video on Twitter.

In a nod to her ancestral heritage, Tlaib has already announced that she will wear a traditional handwoven Palestinian gown, called a thobe, during her swearing-in ceremony.

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"23 years ago, from a refugee camp in Kenya, my father and I arrived at an airport in Washington DC.Today, we return to that same airport on the eve of my swearing in as the first Somali-American in Congress".

President Donald Trump apparently saw Tlaib's speech and reacted with bewilderment Friday morning. Each passing day brings new damage to the countless people hurt by this lawless president's actions. This is about all of us.

'In the face of this constitutional crisis, we must rise. "Each passing day brings more pain for the people most directly hurt by this president, and these are days we simply can not get back". What should we be as a nation?

Tlaib, whose parents are from the West Bank village of Beit Ur al-Fauqa, where much of her family still lives, is one of the first-ever lawmakers to support the anti-Israel boycott movement.

Together with Minnesota's Ilhan Omar, Tlaib, an outspoken activist-cum-politician from MI, was one of the two first Muslim women to enter Congress Thursday, among dozens of freshman lawmakers who are helping make the 116th Congress the most diverse one in the nation's history. "The time for impeachment proceedings is now". In December, she said she will lead a trip of incoming USA lawmakers to the West Bank.

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