Believing she was off camera, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) was cackling on camera after a Rebel journalist asked whether she would condemn the Antifa Firebomber and the violent behavior of the loosely associated group.
Video journalist Keean Bexte repeatedly asked Omar and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to disavow the Antifa Firebomber who attacked a migrant detention facility in Tacoma, Washington last weekend. Apparently believing she was not on camera as she entered a vehicle, Omar is seen laughing maniacally as the journalist continued to ask questions, a reaction that audibly threw Bexte off kilter and appeared to shock the journalist.
“Do you feel responsible at all? Will you tell Americans not to be violent anymore? Antifa to be,” he stammered, noticing Omar laughing in the next seat over, “to be exact? Should Antifa stop being violent?”
On Twitter, Bexte wrote “After repeatedly asking @Ilhan and @AOC if they would condemn the Antifa firebomber, and if they felt partly responsible, the two got into their SUV and Omar (likely thinking she was off camera) burst into ear to ear laughter.” He added, “Was there ever a doubt Omar hated America?”
— Keean Bexte (@TheRealKeean) July 16, 2019
Over the weekend, President Donald Trump suggested Omar and her associates should consider leaving the United States if they hate the country, and was roundly accused of racism as a result. Omar, who previously referred to those who perpetrated the horrific terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 as “some people” who “did something”, has a long track record of appearing to loathe the United States.
President Donald Trump bulldozed the mainstream press when badgered about his tweets criticizing left-wing congresspeople. The mainstream media reporters consistently interrupted the president at his “Made In America” event, where Trump pointed out that Ilhan Omar “hates Israel” and “hates Jews.” While the media was focused on his tweets, Trump imposed a new rule that will probably block most Central American migrants from entering the country.
Should Omar decide to take President Trump’s advice and return to her native Somalia, she would not likely enjoy the same freedom to deride her country and those living in it.
Just yesterday, Big League Politics reported that an “inspirational” journalist who sought to portray a hopeful image of Somalia, largely considered a failed state, was brutally murdered in a terrorist attack at one of the country’s hotels.
An “inspirational journalist” who set out to portray a hopeful image of Somalia was murdered in Somalia in a terrorist attack days ago, marking yet another tragedy for Democrat Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s home country. President Donald Trump has challenged progressive members of Congress to return to their homelands to address the humanitarian and political crises gripping the Third World.
The BBC reports: “While most coverage of Somalia focused on civil war, militancy and famine, Hodan Nalayeh made it her mission to show another side to the country – its beauty and that of its people.
Her desire to focus on the positive and ultimately inspire young Somalis around the world to help rebuild the country made her famous – and her death in Friday’s attack on a hotel in the southern city of Kismayo has prompted an outpouring of grief.
Interestingly, women’s rights in Somalia were obliterated after the country embraced radical Islam in 1991. It is unlikely Omar would be allowed to go out in public without a male escort or even drive a car, let alone run for political office and use said office to bash the country and its leadership.
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