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Kamala Harris heckled by Dem. MP Madinah Wilson-Anton demands Gaza ceasefire in Christmas speech


Vice President Kamala Harris was momentarily shouted down by a Democratic lawmaker as she made remarks at a Christmas party at her home Monday.

The incident occurred at the residence of Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff at the U.S. Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C., where the couple hosted several state and local Democratic officials for holiday festivities.

Harris, 59, was in the middle of his speech when Delaware state Rep. Madinah Wilson-Anton (D) unfurled a sign reading “cease fire” and began yelling at the vice-president. president.

“Madam Vice President, I am a representative from Delaware. Did you know that in Bethlehem, we don’t celebrate Christmas? Did you know that in Bethlehem, the child Jesus is under the rubble? Why don’t you call for a ceasefire? Wilson-Anton shouted at Harris.

“I appreciate that you want to be heard, but right now I’m speaking,” Harris retorted as the state lawmaker was escorted from the party.

Vice President Kamala Harris was speaking when Delaware state Rep. Madinah Wilson-Anton (D) interrupted her by unfurling a sign reading “ceasefire” before yelling at her. X / @jvplive
The incident occurred at the residence of Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff. X / @jvplive

Wilson-Anton has served in the Delaware House of Representatives since 2021 and became the state’s first Muslim elected official after winning her 2020 race by more than 40 points.

She previously worked as an analyst at the University of Delaware’s Biden Institute, a think tank named for President Biden, who graduated from the school in 1965.

“Christmas is canceled in Bethlehem,” Wilson-Anton wrote on X after interrupting the vice president.

She included a video of the incident in her tweet, which also tagged several pro-Palestinian activist groups and incorporated the hashtags “FreePalestine,” “StopTheGenocide,” “CeasefireNOW,” “GazaGenocide” and “StopArmingIsrael.”

Wilson-Anton’s call came days after a group of more than 40 White House interns wrote an anonymous letter demanding that Biden, 81, and Harris call for an “immediate ceasefire” in Gaza, accusing the president and his supporters of having “ignored” the “pleas of the American people.”

Israel declared war on Hamas shortly after the terrorist group attacked the Jewish state on October 7, killing more than 1,200 people and taking dozens more hostage.

Delaware State Rep. Madinah Wilson-Anton asked Harris, “Why don’t you call for a ceasefire?” Instagram, Madinah Wilson-Anton

Gaza’s Hamas-run health ministry estimates that more than 15,500 Palestinians died in the resulting conflict.

The Israeli government agreed to a seven-day ceasefire late last month to allow humanitarian aid to Gaza and for Hamas to release captives in exchange for Palestinian prisoners.

The temporary ceasefire ended on December 1.

Since the start of the war, the White House has expressed support for humanitarian “pauses,” but not a complete ceasefire.

Several far-left Democratic lawmakers, including Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York), Ilhan Omar (D-Minnesota) and Rashida Tlaib (D-Michigan) have demanded that the president call a ceasefire in the USA. conflict.

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