Ilhan Omar Poses with Communist Whose Guns Were Used in Judicial Murder

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) recently appeared at an event promoting diversity and progressive women in Congress where she appeared alongside Communist Angela Davis.

Essence reports about an event that took place on Tuesday to condemn the supposed hateful actions of President Donald Trump:

Donald Trump’s intimidation of Rep. Ilhan Omar will not be met with silence. That’s the message Black women leaders sent on Tuesday when they descended on Washington D.C. to demand that the Democratic Party do more to protect the newly elected policymaker and other progressive women in Congress.

The event, dubbed “Black Women in Defense of Ilhan Omar,” brought together 100 invited supporters including activist Angela Davis, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), and Black Lives Matter co-founders Alicia Garza and Patrisse Cullors. Their mission: demand that Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer formally disapprove of Donald Trump’s treatment of Rep. Omar and the incitement of violence against the Congresswoman.

On April 12, Trump tweeted a video in which Omar is depicted discussing the 9/11 attacks. The clip takes Omar’s comments out of context while also splicing in imagery of the Twin Towers burning. Since tweeting out the video, the congresswoman says she has experienced an uptick in threats against her life, as well as members of her family.

Davis is a life-time communist activist who was connected to an act of revolutionary terrorism against the United States in 1970. While attempting a jailbreak of Black Panther Party member George Jackson, Judge Harold J. Haley was brutally murdered by a shotgun purchased by Davis.

A sympathetic jury let her skate for her crimes, and she soon joined academia where she has agitated for social justice for decades. Like the Weather Underground terrorists of her day, she was rehabilitated and now she is a mainstream figure celebrated as a civil rights icon by liberals throughout the country.

“Angela Davis’ visit… reminds us of our remarkable institutional history, a history of including those who are excluded and championing those who are shunned,” said James Herbert, president of the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, after he invited her as an MLK day speaker earlier this year.

It is no surprise that Omar feels emboldened to espouse open anti-Semitism with communists like Davis paving the way for her extremism.

“This is not going to be the country of the white people. This is not going to be the country of the few. This is going to be the country of the many,” Omar said, in what can be interpreted as a direct threat to America’s white majority at the rally.

This is who will be ruling America if multiculturalism is not stopped – Islamic radicals and revolutionary Marxists united under the banner of terrorist violence.