The legislature, the disturbed Trump speech, the history of anti-Israel remarks

nearvideo protester interrupts President Trump speech at the Jamestown anniversary, event

It resounds from the ranks to the bottom of man holding sign that says ‘go back to your house damaged,’ ‘blame hate’ and ‘unite my family.”

The Virginia democratic lawmakers who disrupted President of Trump’s speech in Jamestown on Tuesday has a history of making anti-Israel comments on social media.

Ibrahim Samirah, a Virginia state delegate, interrupted Trump’s event to commemorate the 400 anniversary of the first legislative Assembly in the USA, and cried: “you can’t send it back to us! Virginia is our home!”


Samirah protest was apparently proposed in response to Trump’s comments about the “Squad” at the beginning of this month, as he is that the Reps. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, and Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., should “go back and help the totally broken and crime-infested places from which they came,” and then return to show how it is done.

But Samirah, a Palestinian-American, has his own history of controversial comments—especially in connection with Israel.

The Washington Post in February reported on a series of Samirah social media posts from 2014, which have now been deleted.

In a Facebook post in 2014, Samirah together an angry letter from the musician Brian Eno, who claimed that the funding of Israel, as the support of the Ku Klux Klan.

“I would say, even worse,” Samirah, the distribution of the letters wrote. “But I’ll go along with Eno on this.”

In another post of 2014, after the former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon died, Samirah wrote: “Ariel Sharon, burning. Burn a million times for every innocent soul you killed. The hell is excited to have you.”

Samirah also allegedly posted comments about the Israeli young people, share a article about how Israel social media and dating uses to write apps “legalize murder”: “the Majority of Israeli youth do not want to cover up the murders in your name, but you have the young shoots, which must be released somehow! Tinder is perfect for it.”

Samirah, who was a former volunteer for Tlaib is also allegedly in connection with several anti-Semitic organizations.

After interrupting the President’s speech on Tuesday, Samirah Twitter to make a statement, to say that he is broken, because “no one should be excused with racism and bigotry for the interest of the polite.”

“The man is unfit for office and to take inappropriate, in a celebration of democracy, representation and the history of our nation of immigrants,” Samirah attach a full explanation tweeted.

Meanwhile, the President, the mainstream media for focusing “100 percent of the time” on the protesters, rather than his speech.blown up,

“She said the protesters 100 percent of the time, not a word of the language—that’s why we were there,” Trump, as he was back in the White house on Tuesday. “He looked so good to me, but she gave him 100 per cent, which they often do, okay.”


The President’s speech focused on the first legislative Assembly established in 1619 in Jamestown, Virginia.

“This is to explain why, after 400 years of the glorious American democracy that we have, here again this point, to all the world that the United States of America and the great Commonwealth of Virginia are only the first steps,” Trump said in his speech. “Our future is bigger, more versatile, better and brighter than ever before.”

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