Rashida Tlaib To President Trump ‘You Have The Right To Remain Silent’
Radical congresswoman gave Trump some advice on his Miranda rights
Democratic Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib told President Donald Trump that he has the “right to remain silent," in a bizarre outburst on Friday morning.
Trump declared his commitment to end corruption in a tweet on Friday:
“As President, I have an obligation to end CORRUPTION, even if that means requesting the help of a foreign country or countries,” Trump wrote.
But radical Tlaib responded by giving Trump some of his Miranda rights:
“A piece of advice: You have the right to remain silent.”
"Squad " Member Tlaib, who is a fierce critic of the Trump, once infamously said after being sworn into Congress, lets “go in there and impeach the motherfucker!”
Since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi opened an impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump, some on the left have recognized Tlaib’s impeachment prediction.
Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez praised Tlaib for her January impeachment comments last week:
“Today I’m showing some love to @RepMaxineWaters + @RashidaTlaib, who endured the brunt of gaslighting & vitriol for being among the first to recognize WH corruption & publicly advocate for impeachment, making it easier for the rest of us.”
A piece of advice: You have the right to remain silent. https://t.co/wF6F8O2Iwe— Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) October 4, 2019
Tlaib (D-MI) also claimed that Democrats are discussing tactics on how to arrest top White House officials.
Tlaib was caught on video saying Dems are looking into options for how best to take Trump officials into custody when they refuse to comply with congressional subpoenas.
Tlaib was filmed telling Detroit constituents at her "Congress, Coffee, and Conversation" event on Tuesday that lawmakers are focused on how best to arrest President Donald Trump's cabinet members.
"This is the first time we've ever had a situation like this," she told her audience.
"So they're trying to figure out, no joke, is it the D.C. police that goes and gets them?"
"We don't know. Where do we hold them?"