Did Rashida Tlaib : ‘Pledge of Allegiance Will Be Illegal In Michigan’

    In mid-2019, U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib announced the introduction of a replacement law that banned the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance in Michigan. 
    On July 9, 2019, Taters Gonna Tate published a piece of writing positing that U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., had announced a replacement law banning the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance within the state of Michigan. 


    “Rashida Tlaib: ‘Pledge of Allegiance are going to be Illegal in Michigan'”

    In another ridiculous show of supposed protest against President Trump and therefore the winning he brings, the state of Michigan has enacted another law designed to make a divide between itself and therefore us of America.

    Representative Rashida Taliban explained :

    “Effective immediately, the utterance of the Pledge of Allegiance is going to be illegal within the state of Michigan. Its words are an affront to our people and therefore the dissent they hold shall not be tolerated. Michigan, by virtue of its diversity of population make-up, is exclusive in these us and doesn't slot in with the remainder of this godless country. We are better than them. Why would we vow to support a rustic that's beneath us?”

    This item wasn't a factual recounting of real-life events. The article originated with an internet site that describes its output as being humorous or satirical in nature, as follows:
    “Tatersgonnatate.com may be a subsidiary of the “America’s Last Line of Defense”  network of parody, satire, and tomfoolery …
     Everything on this website is fiction. it's not a lie and it's not fake news because it's not real. If you think that it's real, you ought to have your head examined. Any similarities between this site’s pure fantasy and actual people, places, and events are purely coincidental and every one image should be considered altered and satirical.”

    In early 2020, Snopes received multiple inquiries about the six-month-old article after ALLOD re-shared it on Facebook on Jan. 3. Although the article featured a “satire” label, some readers understood its contents to be accurate and authentic, as shown in several earnest condemnations of Tlaib published under January 2020.

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