Ms. Rashida Tlaib understands the rules of decorum in the House of Representatives and that it does not allow for members to make comments that can or will affect the rights, reputation and conduct of other members.
Ms. Rashida Tlaib never explicitly states or accuses Mark Meadows of being a racist because of his racist behavior by using a Black woman as a prop to defend the racist President Donald Trump.
What Ms. Rashida Tlaib reads the first time and will read a second time is that she is stating that the act in and among itself of using a Black woman as a prop in Congress is racist.
Ms. Rashida Tlaib cannot directly call Mark Meadows a racist because of his actions as the rules of decorum in the House of Representatives prevents her from doing so.
So Ms. Rashida Tlaib can only speak on the act itself and not the member so as to skirt around the rule.
So when Ms. Rashida Tlaib says that she is not calling Mark Meadows a racist. She is clarifying that she did not break the rules of decorum by specifically labeling Mark Meadows as a racist. She is stating that what Mark Meadows did was racist.
Effectively what Ms. Rashida Tlaib is saying again is that…
If someone talks like a racist.
If someone behaves like a racist.
Than that someone is a racist!
So when Ms. Rashida Tlaib finishes Mark Meadows starts again with his big performance about Ms. Rashida Tlaib indirectly calling him out as a being a racist for his racist actions.
Mark Meadows goes on an endless performance and rant about how he is so offended. Despite not being call a racist directly.
So let us now analyze and breakdown what Mark Meadows has tried to do during his performances.