Justin Amash Stands with Anti-Jewish Congresswomen, Demands Open Border in Israel for Omar and Tlaib

Amash is once again showing cultural solidarity with Tlaib and Omar.

By Shane Trejo

Rep. Justin Amash (I-MI), who left the Republican Party due to his hatred of President Donald Trump earlier this year, is demanding that the state of Israel let his anti-Semitic “colleagues” Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) into their country.

Amash apparently believes that Israel permitting the far-left socialist Congresswomen into the Jewish nation would help diplomacy and serve as a rebuke against President Trump.

“Israel has decided — we won’t enable the members of Congress to enter the country,” Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely told the Kan public broadcaster.

“We won’t allow those who deny our right to exist in this world to enter Israel. In principle this is a very justified decision,” she added.

Amash, who is the son of a Palestinian refugee similar to Tlaib, is unhappy with the decisions made by the sovereign state of Israel. He has previously been criticized for being the only Republican voting against setting a national anti-Semitism monitor.

Omar and Tlaib have previously heaped praise toward Amash before he left the Republican Party when he came out in favor of impeachment based on the dubious contents of the Mueller report.

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Amash has also defended Tlaib and Omar as well as their fellow “Squad” members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) recently after Trump blasted them for their hostile anti-American, socialist beliefs.

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Rumors continue to persist that Amash may seek the presidential nomination as a Libertarian or as an independent in 2020, but he isn’t likely to take many votes away from Trump considering his support for some of the most unpopular far-left legislators in America.

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