Watch: Is Radical Muslim Rep, Rashida Tlaib, Mentally Stable Enough To Be A Congresswoman? You Decide

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President Donald Trump had the right idea when he called out the angry anti-American “squad” of progressive Democratic Congressional members on Twitter.

Gateway Pundit, “Squad member Rashida Tlaib appears to have severe anger issues and a dangerous impulse control disorder.” The news site provided three video clips which they state “prove that Tlaib is not your average angry liberal and should be ordered to seek professional help.”

The following video shows Tlaib screaming and yelling during her swearing into office ceremony. She can be heard saying, “Impeach the mother*cker!” (She was clearly referring to Trump.)

TGP reports, “Unhinged Rashida removed from a Trump rally and hurling insults at Trump supporters.”

Take a look at Tliab during a Detroit rally during the 2016 election cycle:

President Trump on Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib: ‘She’s not a sane person. Who elected her?’ [VIDEOS]

President Donald J. Trump delivered some remarks at Turning Point USA’s Teen Student Action Summit 2019 this week and opened with his observations on Michigan Rep. Rashida  Tlaib screaming like ‘a crazed lunatic’ at one of his 2016 campaign rallies. “There’s no way she stands for the values of the people of Michigan..”

Tlaib was among the group of far-left Democratic lawmakers who visited a number of migrant detention centers earlier this month. She was speaking at a press conference when she decided to engage with unruly protesters.

“I will out-love your hate,” the Democrat screamed, angrily pounding on the podium as she lectured about love. She then moved to defend Rep. Veronica Escobar, D-Texas, and lost it altogether. “And I’ll tell you this, Veronica Escobar is the best goddamn… Congress member from this district and you all can say whatever you want,” she railed, almost incoherent in her rage.

240,000 sign White House petition to remove Rashida Tlaib from office

President Trump addressed a crowd of friendly young people at a summit for Turning Point USA on Tuesday, in what resembled one of his rallies more than an official White House event.

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