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Below is the headline of an article in National Review about Rashida Tlaib...

Rashida Tlaib to Her 1.5 Million Twitter Followers: ‘Freedom of Speech Doesn’t Exist for Muslim Women in Congress’

It is really ironic that a woman who has not stopped talking since the day she was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives can look at the people of the Good Ole USofA and say she has not been allowed to speak.

She spoke very clearly on January 3, 2019...

According to the Washington Examiner, Tlaib, a Democrat, used the expletive at “an event hosted by progressive organization MoveOn.”

The video shows that she said that her son had told her, “Look mama, you won. Bullies don’t win,” after her victory, and she responded, “You’re right, they don’t. And we’re gonna go in and impeach the motherf*cker.”

I figured out why she feels that she is not allowed to speak. It is simply this...She believes, if anyone takes exception to whatever she says and does not agree with her, they are denying her Freedom of Speech.

I’ll pause while you try and figure out that “logic”

I can fix this. I can give Rashida back her Constitutionally Guaranteed Freedom of Speech...

No matter what Intelligent, Ignorant or Unconstitutional Proposal she makes in the future about anything, we should all agree with her and send her a tweet telling her she is Absolutely Right!

That ought to make her step up to the podium and say, “This is truly a Great Country!”...Or will it?...Or will she?

Would I kid u?



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