Pramila Jayapal

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Pramila Jayapal
Pramila Jayapal 2015.jpg
U.S. Representative from Washington's 7th Congressional District
From: January 3, 2017 – present
Predecessor Jim McDermott
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Washington Senate, 37th district
From: January 12, 2015 – December 12, 2016
Predecessor Adam Kline
Successor Rebecca Saldaña
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Steve Williamson

Pramila Jayapal is a Nazi sympathizer, apologist, and warmonger[1] elected as the Democrat Party representative from Washington's 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House in 2016. Jayapal is chairthing of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, and sponsor of the totalitarian Green New Deal, NATO war in Ukraine, Medicare for All, and Abolish ICE bills. During the 2021 intraparty squabbles over the alleged infrastructure bill (known as "BIF"), Jayapal was the chief negotiator for Progressive Democrats.

On Oct. 25, 2022, she withdrew in humiliation a letter she sent on behalf of progressives "calling on President Joe Biden to engage in direct diplomacy with Russia, less than 24 hours after it sparked intense backlash from other Democrats."[2] Jayapal reportedly had personally approved the letter the day before she retracted it.[2]

Jayapal has been involved with Liberation Road and Democratic Socialists of America-connected groups for many years and was trained in a Liberation Road aligned training school in 2010.[3] She was endorsed by Our Revolution.

Following the September 11, 2001 attacks, Jayapal founded OneAmerica](initially named Hate Free Zone) and served as executive director of the organization for 11 years. OneAmerica describes its purpose as "organizing with and advocating for diverse communities" and was initially founded to "address the backlash, hate crimes, and discrimination against immigrant communities of color, primarily Muslims, Arab Americans, East Africans, and South Asians," according to its website.[4]

Abolish ICE Plan

On July 12, 2018, Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) introduced H.R. 6361, in the House to abolish ICE. Eight House Democrats signed on as cosponsors, Pramila Jayapal herself and D. Adam Smith of Washington; Adriano Espaillat, José Serrano, Nydia Velázquez, and Yvette Clarke, all from New York; Earl Blumenauer of Oregon; and James McGovern of Massachusetts.[5] Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, and other Democrats all rallied behind the “Abolish ICE” banner.


In 2021, During a hearing Jayapal and two other communists admitted to having an abortion, which resulted in the death of a human. [6] In the hearing, Jayapal repeatedly referred to her first child with the plural "they" rather than the more grammatically correct "he" or "it."

Palestinianism / Israelophobia

At a "palestianism" dominated "progressive" event (Daily Kos founder, moderated), after a tirade by Ilhan Omar, Jayapal gave the "Palestine" demostrators a bone of using the R word.[7]

From Nikki Haley[8]
Anti-Semitism is just as hateful as racism. We can’t let the progressive left get away with this.
Rep. Andy Ogles moved to censure Dem Rep Jayapal over ‘Antisemitic’ Remarks:[9]
The censure resolution also mentions Jayapal’s previous comments condemning Israel. She claimed in 2021 that Hamas fired rockets at Israel due to “the continued annexation that Israel has been undertaking for years.” The same year, Jayapal sought to block an arms deal between the U.S. and Israeli governments.

It triggered an effort to combat bigoted slander, in July 2023, "the US House of Representatives on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted in favor of a resolution condemning antisemitism and stating that Israel" is not so called "apartheid" or the R word.[10] Days later, as Israel's President Isaac Herzog, spoke,[11] there was "tremendous love for Israel in Congress."[12]


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  7. After calling Israel ‘racist state,’ Rep Jayapal says ‘idea of Israel’ not racist, JNS, July, 16, 2023.
    Markos Moulitsas, founder of Daily Kos, moderated the discussion...

    July/2023: Meeting at the squad (satire)

    - Tlaib/Omar to PramilaJayapal:

    - Hello "sister".

    - Hello.

    - How can I help in our "cause?"

    - 'IsrAIL- bashing always work. (By us it's a goal, not just a tool, anyhow).

    - You two do that better.

    - Well, we are known as Muslims, whereas you...

    - So what's the strategy?

    - Tlaib: "apartheid" calling! As you know, by now, our other Arab (anti-Jewish) activist, brother Omar Shakir, had already used the HRW for his campaign he began since 2010 at BDS, so it's by a "human rights org." (Not just Hitler's helper A. Shukeiri's 1961 invention). And please, do repeat it several times.

    - Omar: I have got a far better idea. In the US, if you utter the R word, that's a bombshell, just say "racist."

    - Tlaib: Shukran!

    - What is racist?

    - You know...

    - What?

    - I see, you want me to say that the "occupation" is "racist?" But Israel is mufti ethnic?

    - You're almost there...

    - I see... I should just come out and offend all of them. Israel is racist ? No problem. - Omar/Tlaib. Clapping.

    - Omar/Tlaib: Allah Akbar! Fk da juuz. Shhh.. , out loud say: "zionists".
    It's very racist to say that Arabs can't be racist: with its decades of targeting Jews to kill and injure, dehuminization hate sermons and celebrating en masses as a Jew is murdered. Not to mention the envisioned "Palestine" ethnic cleansed State.. by its oficial leaders.
  8. @NikkiHaley (Jul 22, 2023).
  9. Rep. Andy Ogles Moves To Censure Dem Rep Over ‘Antisemitic’ Remarks Daily Caller, July 21, 2023.
  10. Elad Benari, House approves resolution: Israel is not a racist or apartheid state, INN, 19/7/23 .

    The US House of Representatives on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted in favor of a resolution condemning antisemitism and stating that Israel is not a racist state, NBC News reported.

    The vote was 412-9, with 195 Democrats joining all Republicans in voting yes. Nine Democrats voted against the non-binding resolution, several of whom have previously denounced Israel as an “apartheid state”. One Democrat voted present.

    The resolution was a Republican response to Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), who over the weekend called Israel a “racist state”, before walking back the comments and stating that she had directed them at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government.

    Before Tuesday’s vote, Jayapal declined to provide any lengthy comment about the GOP effort, only calling it “ridiculous” before the elevator doors closed.

    Authored by Rep. August Pfluger (R-TX), the resolution does not mention Jayapal by name but it clearly takes aim at her recent remarks, noted NBC News. It states that it’s the sense of Congress that “the State of Israel is not a racist or apartheid state,” that “Congress rejects all forms of antisemitism and xenophobia," and that “the United States will always be a staunch partner and supporter of Israel.”

    “This is about an affirmation of support,” said Pfluger, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee. “This is about a stance: 75 years after Israel became a nation, the United States was within minutes the first country to recognize ...
  11. Herzog hails Israel’s ‘greatest partner and friend’ in Congress address, JNS, July 19, 2023.

    Israeli President Isaac Herzog had a “wonderful meeting” with U.S. President Joe Biden, whom he called a “huge friend of Israel.”

    Israeli President Isaac Herzog on Wednesday addressed a joint session of Congress, following a meeting the previous day with his U.S. counterpart at the White House.

    “At this moment in my people’s history, gathering on Capitol Hill to celebrate 75 years of Israeli independence with our greatest partner and friend, the United States of America, my soul is overflowing with pride and joy. The people of Israel are grateful to no end for the ancient promise fulfilled and for the friendship we have formed,” said Herzog.

    “When the State of Israel was established in 1948, the land which the Almighty promised to Abraham, to which Moses led the Israelites, the land of the Bible, of milk and honey, evolved into an exquisite land of democracy. Against all odds, the Jewish people returned home and built a national home, which became a beautiful Israeli democracy, a mosaic of Jews, Muslims, Christians, Druze and Circassians, secular, traditional and Orthodox, of all denominations and all possible views and lifestyles. A land which welcomed the ingathering of exiles from one hundred different countries,” continued Herzog.

    “A land which became the Startup Nation—a bustling hub of innovation and creativity, social action and intellectual discovery, spiritual awakening and business ventures, scientific ingenuity and lifesaving medical breakthroughs. We built a nation-state which has faced relentless war, terror and delegitimization since its birth. A country fighting to defend itself from enemy and foe, yet whose citizens continue to greet each other with the word ‘peace,’ shalom.”

    Herzog then shifted attention to Iran, calling the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program “perhaps the greatest challenge Israel and the United States face at this time.

    “Let there be no doubt: Iran does not strive to attain nuclear energy for peaceful purposes. Iran is building nuclear capabilities, that pose a threat to the stability of the Middle East and beyond. Every country or region controlled or infiltrated by Iran has experienced utter havoc. We have seen this in Yemen, Gaza, in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq. In fact, we have seen this in Iran itself where the regime has lost its people and is suppressing them brutally. ….

    “Iran is the only nation on the planet publicly calling, plotting and developing means to annihilate another nation, a member of the family of nations, the State of Israel. … Allowing Iran to become a nuclear threshold state—whether by omission or by diplomatic commission—is unacceptable,” the Israeli leader said.

    On the issue of peace, Herzog thanked the United States for its longstanding diplomatic efforts in the region.

    “The peace which the United States brokered between Israel and its neighbors has revolutionized the Middle East. The historic peace treaties with the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan have demonstrated the many blessings of opting out of the cycle of war,” he said.

    “Three years ago, the Abraham Accords realigned our imaginations and our region. Israel eagerly welcomed the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Kingdom of Morocco into an exclusive, warm peace between our peoples. … Israel’s hand is extended, and our heart is open, to any partner in peace—near or far.

    “Israel thanks the United States for working towards establishing peaceful relations between Israel and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a leading nation in the region and in the Muslim world. We pray for this moment to come. This would be a huge sea change in the course of history in the Middle East and the world at large,” continued Herzog.

    “My deep yearning is for Israel to one day make peace with our Palestinian neighbors. Over the years, Israel has taken bold steps towards peace and made far-reaching proposals to our Palestinian neighbors. Notwithstanding the deep political differences, and the numerous challenges that surround Israeli-Palestinian relations, and I do not ignore them, but it should be clear that one cannot talk about peace while condoning or legitimizing terror, implicitly or explicitly. True peace cannot be anchored in violence.

    “Palestinian terror against Israel or Israelis undermines any possibility for a future of peace between our peoples. Israelis are targeted while waiting for buses, while taking a stroll on the promenade, while spending time with their family.

    “At the same time, successful terror attacks are celebrated, terrorists are glorified, and their families are financially rewarded for every Israeli they attack. This is inconceivable. It is a moral disgrace. Terror is not a bump in the road. Terror is hatred and bloodshed. It contradicts humanity’s most basic principles of peace. Israel cannot and will not tolerate terror, and we know that in this we are joined by the United States of America,” added Herzog.

    “We pray for the fulfillment of Isaiah’s prophecy, ‘Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore.”

    With respect to the Netanyahu government’s judicial reform initiative, Herzog expressed “great confidence in Israeli democracy.

    “Although we are working through sore [painful] issues, just like you, I know our democracy is strong and resilient. Israel has democracy in its DNA,” he said.

    “I will say to you, our friends, in English, what I have said to my people, to my sisters and brothers, in Hebrew back home: As a nation, we must find a way to talk to each other no matter how long it takes. As head of state, I will continue doing everything to reach a broad public consensus, and to preserve, protect and defend the State of Israel’s democracy,” added Herzog.

    He proceeded to stress the importance of the Jewish state’s relationship with America.

    “We are proud to be the United States’ closest partner and friend. We are grateful to the United States for the necessary means you have provided us to keep our qualitative military edge, and to enable us to defend ourselves, by ourselves,” he said.

    “This reflects your ongoing commitment to Israel’s security. We are also tremendously proud that ours is a two-way alliance, in which Israel has been making critical contributions to the national security and interests of the United States in numerous ways. Thank you, dear members of Congress, for your support of Israel throughout history, and at this critical moment in time,” added Herzog.

    The Israeli president invited a slew of guests to attend the speech, including Clifton Truman Daniels, grandson of former U.S. president Harry Truman, who recognized Israel 11 minutes after its declaration of independence in 1948.

    Herzog is also being accompanied by Leah Goldin, whose son Lt. Hadar Goldin was killed in action during the 2014 conflict with Hamas in Gaza. His body is still being held by the Palestinian terror group....
  12. Uzi Baruch, Erdan to INN: We saw tremendous love for Israel in Congress', INN, Jul 19, 2023.
    Israeli Ambassador to the UN says President Herzog showed there is no crisis in US-Israel relations.

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