HOLY CRAP! MN Democrat Ilhan Omar Posts Another Anti-Semitic Tweet and Follows It Up with a “Hook-Nosed” Jewish Retweet
A good Democrat.
Anti-Jew Democrat lawmaker Ilhan Omar attacked the pro-Life Catholic Covington high school boys after they were viciously smeared by the liberal Trump-hating media.
Omar attacked the boys by defending the racist Black Israelite group who was hurling vile insults at the children.
Omar believed the boys were taunting the 5 black racists when the exact opposite was true.
The Black Israelites have a history of attacking Jews and gays.
Ilhan Omar supported the radical activists over the Catholic boys.
Ilhan Omar also called for a lenient sentence against an ISIS supporter in Minnesota just three years ago, in 2016.
And Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar blamed the US for the al-Shabab attack at a Kenyan mall killing nearly 70 people.
On Sunday Democrat Ilhan Omar tweeted out another anti-Semitic attack.
Omar responded to author Glenn Greenwald’s indirect criticism of Israel.
Glenn Greenwald tweeted: GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy threatens punishment for @IlhanMN and @RashidaTlaib over their criticisms of Israel. It’s stunning how much time US political leaders spend defending a foreign nation even if it means attacking free speech rights of Americans
To which Ilhan Omar responded with an anti-Semitic slur:
Ilhan Omar: It’s all about the Benjamins baby
It's all about the Benjamins baby 🎶 https://t.co/KatcXJnZLV
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) February 10, 2019
Ilhan Omar then followed that up by retweeting something about a hook-nosed Jew.
— Brandon Conradis (@BConradis) February 11, 2019
The latest anti-Semitic attacks did not play well for Ilhan Omar.
Twitter was lit up.
Defending Israel from antisemites is “all about the Benjamins”? Really? It’s about money?
Another antisemitic trope for @Ilhan Omar? She’s like an antisemitic pinball machine that spits out old canards as the ball bounces around her brain.
She’s the gift that keeps on giving! https://t.co/w5HWhLqyWd
— Dov Hikind (@HikindDov) February 11, 2019