.@BetoORourke defends @IlhanMN as he campaigns in VA: "This latest incitement to hatred & violence — posting a video, the president, on his own Twitter account, not retweeted, but formulated by his own team… Now her life is in danger or in greater danger than it was before." pic.twitter.com/orhn6PWQV9
— The Hill (@thehill) April 17, 2019
So, Beto’s really doing this, huh?
Meh, some guy posted a video about someone.
— Stone Cold Snark (@brad43479) April 17, 2019
How are the words “we will never forget”, in reference to 9/11, inciting hatred in any way? This is insanity
— American Centrist (@USCentrist) April 17, 2019
And did you notice the way he he accused Donald Trump of inciting “hatred and violence” against Ilhan Omar by capitalizing on her allegedly misrepresented 9/11 terrorist remarks and then turned around and misrepresented Trump’s remarks about MS-13? By pushing the same lie Ilhan Omar pushed? Liberals can do things like that.
Yeah, repeating her words along with images of what she was talking about is "incitement to hatred & violence", but when she tweets this garbage @BetoORourke is okay with it. pic.twitter.com/P3XHYDPldW
— Justin S. ? (@JustinSmithArts) April 17, 2019
We have yet to see him call her out for that.
She is a politician. Her track record so far is one of anti-semitism with ties to Islamic terror. Her statements must be debated in a free society. Maybe it is the freedom you don't like because people are free to disagree with you and your dumb ideas.
— Header0302 (@header0302) April 17, 2019
But hey, if this is a hill Beto wants to die on, we won’t stop him.
He's increasingly trying to attract attention by saying outlandish things.
He craves the spotlight a little too much. https://t.co/4bgpgHTdUd
— RBe (@RBPundit) April 17, 2019
Defending Omar is not a winning campaign strategy
— rubyrubyruby (@rubyrubyruby5) April 17, 2019
— JWF (@JammieWF) April 17, 2019