Is Rashida Tlaib Guilty of Bigotry?

Some people were outraged over Rashida Tlaib's word choice when promoting the impeachment of Donald Trump. Far fewer people were upset over her accusing Jews of divided loyalty. Based on her pro-BDS stance and her promotion of her "Palestinian" identity, her disdain for Jews and for Israel should come as no surprise. She also promised "she was going to be a voice for Palestinians."

No division there.

As Dershowitz says,

Tlaib argues that "boycotting is a right and part of our historical fight for freedom and equality." Would she have supported, in the name of equality, the right of white bigots to boycott Black owned stores in the South or Black apartment renters in the North? Would she support the right of homophobes to boycott gay owned stores? Or the right of anti-Muslim bigots to boycott Muslim-owned stores or products from Muslim nations? If she were to support legislation prohibiting anti-Palestinian boycotts, how would she respond to an accusation that she "forgot what country" she represents? Her accusation that supporters of anti-BDS legislation "forgot what country" they represent invoked the old canard of dual loyalty, which is directed only against Jews. No one has accused Tlaib of forgetting what country she represents when she supports the Palestinian cause, even though Palestinian terrorists, acting in the name of "Palestine," have killed numerous Americans. Americans of any religion have the right to support Israel, and most do, without being accused of disloyalty, just as Americans of any religion have the right to support the Palestinian cause. It is both bigoted and hypocritical to apply a different standard to Jews who support Israel than to Muslims who support the Palestinian cause.

And don't forget, Tlaib, along with Ilhan Omar and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, two other young BDS proponents, are the new face of the Democratic party.