Ilhan Omar was caught with egg on her face after trying to attack this one Republican
There is nobody in Congress facing more scandals than Ilhan Omar.
Despite this, she continues to dig herself into a deeper hole.
And she was just caught with egg on her face after trying to attack this one Republican.
Since entering office at the start of this year, Rep. Ilhan Omar hasn’t been able to stay out of the spotlight.
The Muslim Congresswoman first got in trouble for making anti-Semitic Tweets, and has since been in hot water over her ties to Islamic terrorism, and over insensitive comments about 9/11.
Due to her extremism, she is banned from entering the Jewish state of Israel.
But despite this, she came out and called Republican Rep. Mo Brooks “bigoted” over him stating that as more Muslims end up in office, the amount of anti-Semitism is increasing.
The Daily Caller reports:
Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar mocked Republican Rep. Mo Brooks Friday after he said that more Muslims in office is leading to more anti-Semitism.
“Oh it’s fine, it’s just a Republican who says something bigoted!” the Minnesota congresswoman tweeted.
In a follow up tweet, she wrote, “Also, if they are losing their minds over three Muslims in a body of 535, wonder what happens when there is 20 or more.”
This comes after Rep. Brooks appeared on an Alabama radio show and said that Democrats’ alleged anti-Israel rhetoric is the result of “the growing influence of the Islamic religion in the Democratic Party ranks.”
“Keep in mind, Muslims more so than most people have great animosity towards Israel and the Jewish faith,” Brooks said.
“And as you have more and more Muslims in the United States, as they gain greater and greater influence in elections, particularly in Democratic Party primaries — then you’re going to see more and more people like Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and company that are anti-Israel, and that brings an entirely different viewpoint into the United States Congress.”
What Brooks is saying is factual.
Ilhan Omar and her pal Rashida Tlaib are the first Muslim women ever to serve in Congress.
And since getting in, they have spread a number of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
That isn’t entirely surprising considering how anti-Semitism is the driving factor of some of the most extreme Muslims around the world.
But what is surprising, and scary, is that two people mirroring that hate are serving in Congress.