Tlaib is the latest progressive to express disappointment over the Biden administration's U-turn on immigration policy.
"We can and MUST continue to enact people-first policies that improve lives," Representative Pramila Jayapal, the Progressive Caucus chair, said.
"If the United States of America stopped supporting Israel...if you listen to what [the squad] is saying, and if the Democratic Party swings in that direction, and if the millennials lead America away from Israel, we as a nation will suffer the curse that God placed on those who would curse Abraham," Robertson said.
"Please stand united against anyone who promotes hatred of any kind," Sanders tweeted.
Biden promised the legislator that he will do everything he can to make sure her Palestinian family members remain safe inside Israel's West Bank.
"I've been following this from a distance for a really long time, and I've never felt like Americans really care that much about Palestinians," Reid said.
In response to a question from Fox News, host Dana Perino, Coons said, "Well, the Democrat position is only framed by those few far left quotes here on Fox."
Tlaib says that "bullying" from pro-Israel forces in Congress seek to deny Palestinians human rights.
"Enough, President Biden. You will not do this on our watch," Tlaib said. "You have to speak out against this violence in a very aggressive way that holds Netanyahu and his leadership accountable."
"The #JihadSquad supports re-entering the Iran deal & Hamas terrorism against Israel. Members of Congress supporting terrorism must be expelled," Greene tweeted.
"Israel targeting media sources is so the world can't see Israel's war crimes led by the apartheid-in-chief Netanyahu," Tlaib tweeted Saturday.
As Democratic leaders have backed Israel's "right to defend itself," a vocal faction of the party has slammed Israel's treatment of Palestinians.
"The question at hand is: Should our taxpayer dollars create conditions for justice, healing and repair, or should those dollars create conditions for oppression and apartheid?" Pressley asked during a speech on the House floor.
The Democratic congresswoman said violence and oppression of Palestinians has been "enabled and supported" by Israel's prime minister.
Not only does history's oldest virus—anti-Semitism—today receive 24/7 assistance from social media, but it metastasizes as quickly as deadly new strains of COVID-19, spawning Jew-hatred and hate crimes here and abroad.
At least 67 people, including 16 children, have been killed in Gaza since the violence escalated on Monday. Officials said seven people have been killed in Israel.
Rep. André Carson (D-Ind.) said he was "honored" to join Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and "a diverse crowd of people at the State Department to demand justice for Palestinians."
"This unsurprising response is devoid of empathy and concern for human suffering," Omar tweeted. "He can't even condemn the killing of children."
John Hagee, the Christian pastor famous for his passionate support of Israel, says elitists in government and the media are making a bad situation worse in Jerusalem.
"The United States must speak out strongly against the violence," Sanders tweeted on Saturday.
Cruz argued that people of color, who are "often the victims of murder, the victims of violence," would be the ones to suffer the most if police in the country were abolished.
Although he previously expressed opposition to the idea, the president has now asked his education secretary to prepare a memo to determine whether the administration has the legal authority to cancel up to $50,000 in student loan debt.
Lawmakers say the legislation would be more than immediate relief and provide "stability, certainty and predictability" to all Americans.
Proponents of D.C. statehood argue that the predominantly Black and nearly 700,000-person region should have a say in the policies that affect it.
Congresswoman Ilhan Omar has requested the Biden administration cease federal contracts with ICE.
"You know how in a group project there is always a handful of students who didn't contribute, but they still take credit at the end," Tlaib tweeted Sunday. "That's the GOP after the passage of the American Rescue Plan."
The court, based in The Hague, the Netherlands, has been monitoring the conflict since June 13, 2014.
"Last I heard, someone making $55,000 a year is not 'rich,'" Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted.
Washington Rep. Pramila Jayapal wished "the best" to outgoing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, while remaining critical of his company's labor practices and tax payments.