Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), the first Palestinian American in Congress, blasted President Joe Biden’s handling of Israel’s war against Hamas in Gaza. Tlaib made this remark while speaking at the People’s Conference for Palestine held over the weekend in Detroit.

According to Fox News, the conference was organized by a left-wing activist group called ‘The People’s Forum,” which has played a role in organizing several anti-Israel protests since Hamas’ attack on Oct.7.

In her speech, Tlaib cited her dissatisfaction with the Biden administration’s role in the Israel-Hamas war as her reason for urging voters to vote against Biden. She also described the president as an enabler, citing his speech on May 20, saying Israel’s war with Hamas is not genocide.

“I don’t need to tell you you are on the right side,” Tlaib said. “I don’t need to. But, I’ll be damned if I wait ten years before they apologize to all of you for doing what was right at this moment.”

Tlaib also slammed Biden and her democratic colleagues for condemning anti-Israel campus protesters.

“We are not going to 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 genocide. Where’s your red line, President Biden,” Tlaib said. “It is disgraceful that the Biden administration and my colleagues in Congress continue to smear them for protesting to save lives no matter faith or ethnicity.”

In February, Tlaib urged Democrats in Dearborn, Michigan, to vote against Biden in the upcoming Democratic primary. Tlaib has been a critic of the Biden administration’s role in the Israel-Hamas war ever since it began and has repeatedly called for a cease-fire in Gaza.

“It is also important to create a voting bloc, something that is a bullhorn, to say,” Enough is enough. We don’t want a country that supports wars and bombs and destruction. We want to support life. We want to support life. We want to stand up for every single life killed in Gaza,” Tlaib said at the time.