It seems that Democrat Ilhan Omar, the newly-elected anti-Semitic Member of Congress from Minnesota, has hated America for quite a while. In 2017, for example, she issued a tweet saying the United States was “founded by genocide” and maintains the nation maintains “global power through neocolonialism.”
“We must confront that our nation was founded by genocide and we maintain global power through neocolonialism,” she said.
We must confront that our nation was founded by genocide and we maintain global power through neocolonialism. https://t.co/KAcXjqUw7u
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) August 17, 2017
Naturally, this didn’t sit too well with quite a few people.
@earlp1231 this I find offensive…
— Meh (@WokeDon) April 11, 2019
No, she doesn’t.
One person asked:
No we don’t. Because it wasn’t and we don’t. Have you ever actually read a book on America or just repeat anti-American things your hate filled friends say?
— Don Hay (@DonGoesDigital) April 12, 2019
Twitchy asked: “Can you believe she left Somalia for this?”
Another good question. Omar came to the United States in 1995 after living in a refugee camp in Kenya for four years. If she really thinks America sucks as bad as she says, then one could be excused for asking, “why are you still here?”
One person noted:
If I hated my country as much as you seem to hate yours, I would leave.
— Jamey (@Olmedic) April 11, 2019
Certainly, Omar has routinely shown her hatred and disdain for America since being elected to the House of Representatives. In March, for example, she said that living in Trump’s America was “an everyday assault.” She also blamed the U.S. for a terrorist attack in Kenya, traveled with an anti-American, pro-Communist organization and wants to defund the entire Department of Homeland Security.
And of course, we can never forget her saying that “some people did something” on September 11, 2001.
It’s clear to us that Ilhan Omar hates America and has no business being elected to Congress.
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