Pro-Terror Congresswoman Falsely Accuses AIPAC of Hate Speech

Among the newcomers like Rep. Ilhan Omar and Rep. Tlaib, there are the veterans who have been at this for a long time. And spend all their time in the House pandering to the pro-terror lobby.

Like Rep. Betty McCollum.

Nine members of Congress have introduced a bill to prevent US aid to Israel from being used to arrest Palestinian terrorists who are under the age of 18.

The bill, sponsored by Rep. Betty McCollum (D-Minn.), characterizes young terrorists merely as “Palestinian children,” and contends that their arrest by the Israeli army constitutes “abuse.”

On January 17, 2016, a Palestinian child named Morad Abdullah Adais broke into the home of Dafna Meir, in the town of Otniel, armed with an 8-inch knife. Adais, who was 16, later described proudly what he did next:

“I plunged the knife into her so deeply that most of it was inside her body. She started screaming, the children saw me and also started screaming, then I stabbed her in her upper body another three or four times. She tried to fight me and tried to take the knife from me. The two children who were there were still screaming, but she continued to resist, so I pushed her, and overpowered her.”

McCollum also has a long history of whining about AIPAC. And she just added another pathetic chapter to it.

The decision by AIPAC to use my image in paid Facebook ads weaponizing anti-Semitism to incite followers by attacking me, my colleagues, and my work promoting human rights for Palestinian children detained in Israeli military prisons is hate speech.

No it's not.

Here's some hate speech.

Song proclaiming the "slaughter" of Jews uploaded in 11,200 versions on social network #TikTok. We call on TikTok to remove the songs proclaiming the slaughter of Jews and close the accounts on which they were uploaded.

That's the hate speech that funding the terrorists that Rep. McCollum subsidizes pays for.
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