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### AI’s Threat to Washington DC: Tlaib’s Connection to Vital Social Network Unveiled

Washington Insider Armstrong Williams joined The National Desk’s Dee Dee Gatton to discuss.

Washington, D.C., is currently facing a significant threat concerning the potential replacement of government jobs by artificial intelligence (AI). This concern stems from discussions and warnings surrounding a congressional staff group allegedly associated with an underground social organization that praises Hamas terrorists. Armstrong Williams, a prominent figure in Washington, engaged in a conversation with Dee Dele Gatton from The National Desk regarding this issue.

Reports from various media sources indicate that Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Michail, was part of an undisclosed online community where members ridiculed Hamas during its conflicts with Israel. The group reportedly includes individuals sympathetic to terrorists who actively support Hamas.

Williams emphasized that the Arab American Congress group, to which Tlaib belongs, is private, with restricted access. The group was established by Maher Abdel-qader, a close associate of Tlaib known for endorsing anti-Semitic views, questioning the occurrence of the Holocaust, and glorifying Hamas after specific incidents, as highlighted on October 7.

Discussing the potential impact of AI on the workforce, Williams raised concerns about the substantial number of federal employees in Washington, D.C., and the looming threat of AI-driven job transformations. A recent report from Salarship, an online job board platform, suggests that approximately one-third of all jobs in Washington, D.C., are at risk of being replaced by AI technology.

Washington, D.C., known for its concentration of governmental institutions, is particularly vulnerable to AI disruptions. Williams predicts that a significant portion of jobs, around 33%, could eventually be phased out due to automation. This shift is expected to have a profound impact on the workforce in Washington, D.C., distinguishing it as the most affected region in the United States in terms of job displacement, surpassing California and New York.

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