Democrat lawmakers celebrated the departure of President Donald Trump from the White House. Many faked expressions of relief that the man they hate so much is no longer in power. They are already celebrating that their party is back in power again and can do as they please with the country.

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, the congresswoman tied with the terrorist group Hamas, claims that she felt her body relax. “I can physically feel my shoulders and body relax as I watch him leave finally,” Tlaib posted on Twitter on Wednesday. “No longer do I have to awake to a new attack on my district, my neighbors. No longer do I have to wake to outrageous lies to cover up outrageous acts. No longer” she tweed dramatically.

Ilhan Omar, Tlaib’s co-member of that team of liberal congresswomen that have been given the childish nickname of “The Squad,” also expressed her relief that the President is gone from the White House. “Alhamdulillah,” she tweeted. The phrase means “praise be to god” in Arabic.

Omar is also a Muslim. Her family came to the United States from war-torn Somalia. Now she is spending all of her time as a congresswoman to criticize the American way of life and accuse Americans of being racist.

“Our nation is surpassing 400,000 COVID-19 deaths on Trump’s last day in office,” Freshman lawmaker Cori Bush tweeted:

“The relief we may feel with Trump’s departure from office must be paired with reflection and collective mourning for all of the loved ones lost under his 4 years of negligence and destruction.”

Not wanting to be outdone by younger lawmakers when it comes to criticizing President Donald Trump, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tweeted that a new dawn is coming.

“A new dawn is coming. Tune in to watch as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are sworn in as President and Vice President of the United States,” as he promoted a link to the inauguration.