House to Vote on Anti Bigotry Resolution

House to Vote on Anti Bigotry Resolution

The house is still working on the bill that House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says that the resolution is to condemn all bigotry, prejudice and hate. The resolution vote has been postponed since Wednesday while the Democrats work on the language of the resolution. As of 1:41PM EST the vote has not taken place.

Cory Pritchard
Cory Pritchard 1 year

Sorry, it is not antisemetic to criticize influence of foreign money in politics, or foreign governments.

Life of Ri
Life of Ri 1 year

Disgusting display of ignorance and intolerance that has no place in our government

Dr. Jones
Dr. Jones 1 year

The dums will protect her and some how blame the USA and or President Trump

Julian Collot
Julian Collot 1 year

I might hate her but nothing she says about Israel and it’s influence was untrue

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

Are we supposed to be surprised a muslim subscribes to the idea Jews are shifty people with loyalty only to Israel? Ideas that Tlaib and Sarsour agreed with, I wonder why...

YoDude 1 year

There you go. Let one Muslim in and 10 minutes later we're talking about the persecution of another race. Let's just agree that anyone who believes they have an imaginary friend is unfit for office. Can we do that?

Julian 1 year

“Muh antisemitism” is just as bad as “muh racism”

Ralph 1 year

they should address black supremacy too, given that it's responsible for more deaths in the us than any other hate group.

tacticangel 1 year

Why can't they cobble together the votes for a simple "the Representative from Minnesota has bad ideas" vote or even an"antisemitism is bad, mkay" vote? This is essentially turning into a "there are good and bad people on all sides" vote...

Danny 1 year

So another vaguely worded bill to ban something?

Aaron W
Aaron W 1 year

Virtue signaling level 9000.

.       .
. . 1 year

I support freedom of speech, especially when it's controversial.

a person
a person 1 year

I really don't agree with this congresswoman, but the backlash is a bit overdone. Makes you wonder if she's on to something. Needless to say, the Israel/Palestine issue is a very complex one. There is no clear good guy, but there are definitely plenty of bad guys.

Mr. A
Mr. A 1 year

Waiting for all the "free speech" supporters on here to support Omar's right to speak even if you disagree, but I won't hold my breath.

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