Since taking office in January, Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Michigan, has promoted at least 4 racially charged hoaxes or debunked stories on Twitter.
Most recently, she shared the case of Amari Allen, a black 12-year-old girl in Virginia who claimed three white boys in her class pinned her down and cut off her hair. This story has now been debunked completely, but tweets praising Allen as “courageous & strong” with “power that threatens their core” remain on the Congresswoman’s timeline without recant.
This is just one example of what has become a clear pattern for the radical leftist. At least 3 other times, Tlaib has tweeted inflammatory remarks about viral stories without even the most modest scrutiny.