As the House was poised to pass a “condemning hate” resolution last week that was really supposed to be about Rep. Ilhan Omar’s anti-Semitic rhetoric, the freshman representative said this:
“And so, when people say, “You are bringing hate,” I know what their intention is. Their intention is to make sure that our lights are dimmed, that we walk around with our heads bowed, that we lower our face and our voice.”
Omar added that knows what it means to be vilified because of her faith and that she knows what hate feels like.
Meanwhile, Ben Shapiro.
Everyone: Stop being anti-Semitic!
Omar: Stop dimming my light!https://t.co/QyNJVV3AC9
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) March 10, 2019
Yep, her anti-Semitism needs to be dimmed immediately.
Correct: I want the light of her virulent Jew hating to be dimmed. I want her anti-Semitism to bring her shame. https://t.co/yJqFALg1wi
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) March 10, 2019
Remember, as her party leader has told us, Omar didn’t understand the “full weight of her words.”
She *totally* meant that apology, y’all. https://t.co/VRXoTEpN4T
— Jonathan Greenberg (@JGreenbergSez) March 10, 2019
That’s a good line. I’m going to start saying that. https://t.co/YSiOUSLcqM
— GAGirl1967 AOC eats Hamberders! (@Tamaraw68415067) March 10, 2019
So after spreading hateful rhetoric and bigotry, she decides it’s a good time to try to play the victim card?
She is, after all, a Democrat.