Congresswoman Ilhan Omar is taking identity politics to a whole different level.
Breitbart reports that at a rally organized by Black Lives Matter and other anti-Trump groups in Washington DC, activists rallied around a call to censure President Donald Trump for Omar’s polemical statement that “somebody did something” on 9-11.
The crowd of activists chanted “Hands off Ilhan” and then blamed President Donald Trump and Republicans for the rise of “white supremacy masked as white nationalism.”
Omar got a turn to speak at the event where she praised her homeland of Somalia and said that Trump and the Republican Party are responsible for attacks on synagogues and mosques.
Additionally, the freshman Congresswoman claimed that she is criticized because she is a Muslim woman.
In a mocking tone, Omar said “I also happen to be a refugee and immigrant from what they call one of the shithole countries.”
Omar added, “The reality is that shithole country raised a very proud, dignified person.”
The congresswoman had choice words for the United States saying that “This is not going to be the country of the xenophobics.”
She then forcefully proclaimed that this “is not going to be the country of white people.”
Finally, Omar highlighted that America “was founded on the history of Native American genocide, on the backs of black slaves but also by immigrants.”
However, Omar’s anti-semitic remarks and her dubious connections to certain Islamist groups have raised her concerns about her judgement.
For these reasons, some Democrats are considering putting up a primary challenge against her according to BLP reports.
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