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March 3, 2019
Did Ilhan Omar actually like it when Farrakhan called her 'sweetheart'?
You want to hope she didn't, but the Minnesota socialist's new round of Jew-hating statements and her failure to apologize for them suggests some kind of influence from the famous anti-Semitic pariah. Here's here latest controversy over what a Democratic congressional leader called her vile anti-Semitic slur: Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) is facing new accusations of making anti-Semitic remarks, this time rebuked by a senior member of her party who says the House freshman’s words conjured a “vile anti-Semitic slur.” Rep. Eliot L. Engel (D-N.Y.), the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, has demanded an apology over comments Omar made Wednesday, less than a month after she was condemned by bipartisan leadership for suggesting pro-Israel lobbying groups and Jewish politicians influence American politics. [For Rep. Ilhan Omar, 2 apologies in 3 weeks for ‘anti-Semitic tropes’] Her comments came...(Read Full Post)