On Monday, Florida Congressman Jared Moskowitz said that he would support a censure of Rep. Rashida Tlaib amid the criticism the Michigan congresswoman has received over her remarks on the Israel-Hamas war.
Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-Fla.) said that he’ll support a censure of Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) amid the criticism the Michigan congresswoman has received over her remarks on the Israel-Hamas war https://t.co/hNli6LwoFApic.twitter.com/3fp7fwbWdh
During an appearance on CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” host Jake Tapper asked the Florida congressman if he was contemplating on voting for a possible censure resolution on Tlaib.
Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-FL) tells CNN’s @jaketapper, “If a censure comes on [Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s] misinformation on the hospital bombing — which obviously we know was not true — that she continued to spread … and on ‘from the river to the sea,’ I would support that censure.” pic.twitter.com/xFCplCLkxF
Greene introduced a resolution last week to censure Tlaib over her comments on the conflict, but it quickly fell through after lawmakers pointed to the language in the resolution, which accused Tlaib of leading an insurrection for her participation in an anti-war protest at the Capitol last month.
“Well, Marjorie Taylor Greene brought up a censure having nothing to do with an insurrection,” Moskowitz told Tapper. “It was not an insurrection, and October 7th should not be conflated with any other date on the calendar.”
Moskowitz, who is of Jewish descent, also alluded to a House vote on a possible Tlaib censure last month.
Tlaib, who is of Palestinian heritage, received massive criticism for a post on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, last week when she claimed that Biden supported the genocide of Palestine people.
“Mr. President, the American people are not with you on this one,” she said. “We will remember in 2024.”
“From the river to the sea is an aspirational call for freedom, human rights, and peaceful coexistence, not death, destruction, or hate,” Tlaib added. “My work and advocacy is always centered in justice and dignity for all people no matter faith or ethnicity.”