November 28, 2023

Squad Democrats Quiet After Evidence Points to Palestinians in Gaza Hospital Bombing

Squad Democrats remained quiet after a new report concluded that the rocket that exploded outside of a Gaza hospital was fired by a Palestinian terrorist.

The misfired rocket had previously been used to blame Israel for bombing the medical facility.

"Human Rights Watch concluded Sunday that the Oct. 17 explosion at al-Ahli Arab Hospital 'resulted from an apparent rocket-propelled munition, such as those commonly used by Palestinian armed groups, that hit hospital grounds,'" the New York Post reported.

"While misfires are frequent, further investigation is needed to determine who launched the apparent rocket and whether the laws of war were violated,” the organization said in its report.

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has still not removed her post blaming Israel for the blast.

"Bombing a hospital is among the gravest of war crimes. The IDF reportedly blowing up one of the few places the injured and wounded can seek medical treatment and shelter during a war is horrific," she posted to social media last month.

"@POTUS needs to push for an immediate ceasefire to end this slaughter," she argued.

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) was censured in a rare move that included votes from some Democrats who joined Republicans opposing her attacks on Israel based on faulty claims related to the hospital rocket strike.

The far-left Democrats continue their associations with Palestinian groups with questionable ties to Hamas and other terror groups.

The reports have now pointed out the details behind their inaccuracies with the Squad members' statements noted as clearly false related to the incident.

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