Will Rep. Rashida Tlaib Finally Stop Stealing a Seat From a Black Woman?

Antisemitic bigot Rep. Rashida Tlaib loves accusing others of racism, when she actually colonized and settled a black congressional seat. 

The only reason Tlaib is able to spew her hate on a national level as a member of the Squad is because of a sexual harassment scandal involving Rep. John Conyers, followed by infighting between the Conyers family and efforts to keep the "seat" in the family, and then infighting between black Detroit politicians, allowed the Arab Muslim settler to seize the seat from the black community.

Backed by heavy injections of cash from white leftists.

Tlaib has managed to retain the seat against black challengers by leveraging a ton of cash.

Among a crowded field to replace U.S. Rep. John Conyers, Rashida Tlaib looked to be way ahead in terms of fundraising as of the end of last month. 

Campaign finance reports filed Sunday showed Tlaib having raised some $304,000 between April and June for a total of $893,030 since entering the race. As of June 30, she had spent some $130,000 on digital and radio ads — and still had some $219,000 left in her campaign account. 

And continued leveraging that cash advantage to defeat black women.

Tlaib has had a significant fundraising advantage in the race, however. FEC data shows that Jones had raised roughly $165,000 as of July 15 while Tlaib had raised more than $3 million by the same date.

You might say that Tlaib is doing to black people in Michigan what her Arab colonist slavemaster ancestors did to black people in Africa.

Accompanied by assorted Obamaesque dirty tricks.

Highland Park activist Robert Davis is asking a federal judge to remove Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones from the August 4 primary ballot in her run against Democratic freshman U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib.

Davis filed a lawsuit Monday against Wayne County election officials in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District alleging that Jones had outstanding campaign finance filings due when she filed paperwork to qualify as a candidate. Davis stated in the lawsuit that he is a Tlaib supporter.

Now there's a new black primary challenger who will run against the Arab Muslim colonist congresswoman.

Shanelle Jackson, a former Michigan state legislator in Detroit who now works in the private sector, told Jewish Insider on Thursday that she intends to challenge Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) in the open-seat Democratic House primary for the newly drawn 12th Congressional District.

“I’ve been rallying the troops,” Jackson, who said she is planning to formally launch her campaign in mid-February, told JI in a phone interview. “I think there’s a great opportunity there.”

The face-off sets up what will likely be a closely watched primary battle as Tlaib, the well-known lawmaker and prominent member of the Squad, seeks a third term in a district she has not previously represented.

Tlaib, 45, announced last week that she would run for reelection in the 12th District after longtime Rep. Brenda Lawrence (D-MI) said she would retire at the end of her term. Tlaib has represented Michigan’s 13th Congressional District, which includes parts of Detroit and its surrounding suburbs, since 2019.

Tlaib of course has a ton of money on hand. Many of the top donors to Tlaib are, like her, Arab Muslim colonists.

Tlaib has raised over $4 million and spent $3.6 million. Her top contributions come from Google, Apple, Cisco, Microsoft, and UCLA employees. 

All of this will make it all too easy for the colonist to continue stealing a seat from the black community without ever being called out for it.

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