As Twitchy reported earlier Saturday, @neontaster put together a terrific thread showing just how “precise and consistent the wording is” in every tweet and statement defending Rep. Ilhan Omar after she was criticized for verbally brushing off the 9/11 terrorist attacks in a speech to CAIR as, “Some people did something.”

Did we say she was criticized? Sorry, there is no criticism of Omar’s words, only incitement to violence. At least that’s the memo that went out to the media and Democratic politicians (although it seems Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer might not have received their copies).

Now we have Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez trying to get the New York Post shut down for its cover reminding Omar and the rest of us just what those people did on 9/11, and Washington Post global opinions editor Karen Attiah playing the intersectionality card in Omar’s defense.

Wait … if white America has been “taught” to fear and seek the elimination of all blacks, women, immigrants, and Muslims, who taught white America these things?

Here’s a different angle: it’s only Ilhan Omar’s “intersectionality” that has shielded her from legitimate criticism ever since she was sworn in.


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