Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) has faced calls to be removed from Congress since she attended and spoke at a conference that allegedly has ties to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a U.S.-designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO).

Tlaib had spoken at the People’s Conference for Palestine in Detroit, Michigan, on Saturday, During her address, she continued her campaign of hate against Israel, as she criticized President Joe Biden for the support he has provided Israel amid its war in Gaza against Hamas.

Biden had said last Monday that Israel’s operation in Gaza was “not genocide” in response to the International Criminal Court’s announcement that it was seeking arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and some Israeli leaders alongside Hamas leaders over the war.

Slamming Biden’s defense of Israel and suggesting that people vote against him in the November election, Tlaib said, “We’re not gonna forget in November, are we? The International Court of Justice just ruled that the Israeli government must stop its invasion of Rafah. But, President Biden says what’s happening in Gaza is not a genocide. Where’s your red line, President Biden?”

The National Review reported that Wisam Rafeedie, “an activist associated with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a Marxist-Leninist terror group active in Gaza and headquartered in the Syrian capital of Damascus,” was a speaker at the Michigan event.

According to the outlet, Sana’ Daqqah, the wife of Walid, a PFLP terrorist who died in prison recently, was also a speaker at the conference. Walid had been detained in prison for his leading role in a “PFLP operation that kidnapped, tortured, and murdered Israeli soldier Moshe Tamam in 1984,” the National Review noted.

In a much more grave accusation, Tlaib was said to have ties to several activists linked to the terrorist group Hamas.

Her attendance stirred a storm of backlash as members of Congress called for her removal.

The way Rep. Mike Lawler (R-NY) sees it, “Associating with and speaking before groups that are funded by US designated terrorist organizations is disqualifying” for a lawmaker.

Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) also joined the calls for Tlaib’s removal from Congress, tweeting, “When people choose sides – you should believe them.”