Before she burst onto the national scene with her obscene declaration that incoming House Dems were going to impeach the “motherf*cker” President Trump, Rashida Tlaib was perfecting her radicalism in the relative obscurity of the Michigan State Legislature.
That Tlaib was even elected is a testament to how extreme that the Democrats have become as they have now become openly socialist, totalitarian, anti-Semitic and most of all vulgar and let us not leave out sexist.
While the Democrats, celebs and many media figures are defending the vile proclamation from this butt-ugly, pudgy Muslim, her newfound fame has others digging into her past and the ugly stories are only starting to emerge now.
Like back in 2012 when she reportedly implored women to stop having sex with their husbands.
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Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D.-Mich.), the newly elected congresswoman who last week called President Donald Trump a “motherf****r,” said in 2012 when she was serving in the Michigan state house that men should find somebody other than women to have sex with and that women should boycott men in retaliation for an abortion-restriction bill that passed the state house.
“I am disappointed, Mr. Speaker, that we are launching a war on women today while doing nothing to launch a war on poverty,” she said.
“In that case, stop having sex with us, gentlemen,
find somebody else to do it with,” she said, according to the Rachel Maddow show on MSNBC.
“Seriously, I ask women to call Michigan to boycott men until these bills stop moving out of the House,” Tlaib said. “Oppose this bill for the love of your wives, for the love of your daughters and for the love of mothers.”
A June 14, 2012 story in the Detroit Free Press described the bill Tlaib was reacting to and quoted part of her statement:
“All 64 Republicans and six Democrats in the state House joined forces Wednesday to approve sweeping new restrictions on abortion.
The bill would increase insurance and regulations on abortion clinics, regulate the disposal of fetal remains, prohibit the use of teleconferences to prescribe abortion medication and make it a crime to coerce a woman into having an abortion. … The 70-39 vote came after nearly an hour of emotional debate.”
The Free Press story went on to say:
“And state Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Detroit, recommended that women withhold sex from their partners until the Legislature stopped the bills.
“‘We’re launching a war on women,’ she said. ‘Stop having sex with us, gentlemen, and I ask women to boycott men until they stop moving this through the House.’
Mind-boggling and nasty but in her case, it probably didn’t take much encouragement for her own husband to seek out someone (or something) to stick Mr. Wiggly into than Rashida.