Ilhan Omar RIPPED For Ignorant Trump Comments

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), who was born in Somalia but is known for her antisemitic rhetoric, came under fire on the internet after she accused Donald Trump, who was a former president, of antisemitism while she was a featured guest on the subject despite the fact that she has a personal history of antisemitic rhetoric.

During an appearance on The Mehdi Hasan Show on MSNBC on Sunday night, Omar criticized the "hypocrisy" of Republicans in response to recent comments made by the former president in which he suggested that American Jews should be more appreciative of all that he had done for Israel while he was president.

She claimed that it was blatantly evident that the Republicans were being hypocritical since they were not rushing out to denounce the former president who, knowingly, frequently uses dual loyalty tropes that are damaging and dangerous. The dishonesty of the Republicans is blatantly clear.

Noting that antisemitism is on the upswing and all of us have a responsibility to denounce it, the Muslim congressman from Minnesota, who has been accused of antisemitism on many occasions, asked for condemnations of the words made by the former president.

It is really frightening and dangerous, and we need to reject it in the strongest terms possible, she added. To continue to have someone like the former president with his platform consistently appealing to his white supremacist audience in such a language — it is very terrible and dangerous, she said.

In response to this, many people have taken to social media in order to point out the absurdity of Omar defending herself against antisemitism.

Eli Lake, a journalist and national security specialist, made a witty remark about how Vladimir Putin will soon have a conversation with Mehdi about the significance of international law in a world dominated by nuclear weapons.

According to a column written by Emily Schrader, You (and Rashida) are the largest main perpetrators of Jew hatred and antisemitism conspiracies in [the] US government.

You and Mehdi both have ZERO right to talk about antisemitism when YOU'VE SPARKED MUCH OF THE RISE YOU MENTION, she said. You've both been largely responsible for the rise in antisemitism.  I cannot believe how revolting you are.

You two condemning antisemitism! That's comic gold right there!

According to an article written by a media correspondent named Logan Ratick, All they're lacking here is Al Sharpton, the pogromist who has a show on that network.

Mehdi and Ilhan are the most outspoken, unapologetic antisemites. One person remarked on Twitter, This condemnation isn't genuine; they simply saw a fantastic opportunity to let themselves off the hook for their own antisemitism. This condemnation isn't genuine; they simply saw a perfect opportunity to politically gain through posturing against Trump.

Ilhan Omar? Someone else said that this was the same as having Xi Jinping on to discuss restrictions on the right to free expression.

@IlhanMN promotes her own antisemitic stereotypes on a regular basis, and then has the nerve to pose as a friend to the Jewish community? Thanks, but no thanks, the user said.

Former President Donald Trump, whose daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren are Jewish, lamented on Sunday that American Jews fail to recognize the value of his unwavering support for Israel and his efforts on its behalf.

Former President Obama said on his Truth Social platform that no other U.S. president had done more for Israel than he had, albeit "surprisingly" the country's Evangelicals are far more grateful of this than the people of the Jewish faith, especially here in the U.S.

Nevertheless, the former president, who was responsible for moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, cutting funding to the Palestinians, withdrawing from the disastrous Iran deal led by Obama, and recognizing Israel's sovereignty in the Golan Heights, argued that Jews living in Israel "are a different story."

U.S. Before it is too late, Jewish people need to get their act together and learn to appreciate everything that they have in Israel,  he added.

In spite of the fact that his comments were criticized in the media, many people pointed out that Trump's statements did not include any antisemitic undertones.

Joel Pollak, a senior editor-at-large for Breitbart, stated that the comment's content was accurate and that he agreed with it.

According to what he wrote, This is fair speech by Trump, and it is not — contrary to what the sick left media is reporting – antisemitic.  You will hear the same thing from many Jews: thank God for evangelicals because our liberal Jewish establishment leaders do virtually nothing to assist Israel.

He continued by saying, Yes, we really do need to get our act together.

According to a post made by a conservative YouTuber named Yaakov Strasberg, Most Orthodox Jews vote Republican and support Trump.  The less involvement a person has with Judaism or religion in general, the more likely it is that they will lean to the left. It is not an anti-Semitic statement.

He continued by saying, You morons call anything anti-Semitic, and the more you do that, the more true anti-Semitism gets ignored. [Citation needed]

According to blogger and Twitter user Bonchie, Note to Twitter libs: It is not anti-Semitic for Trump to imply American Jews should care about Israel before nations aiming to destroy Israel do so.

You may not like it. You might consider Donald Trump to be an idiot. But to label everything as "anti-Semitic" is to minimize the existence of genuine antisemitism, Bonchie continued.

This post was published by Trump just a few days after the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) made the announcement that it would commemorate the former president and called him the greatest friend Israel ever had in the White House.

Omar has a long history of stirring up controversy, and she has been accused of being antisemitic and anti-American on multiple occasions.

Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) called for Ilhan Omar's resignation from Congress in June of 2018, after the congresswoman compared the United States and Israel to terrorist organizations like Hamas and the Taliban. Reschenthaler asserted that Omar was unqualified to hold her position in Congress.

He made the statement that Omar is an antisemite who hates America and hates American troops. Omar is a bigot, he stated. Her presence in the Congressional seat is completely inappropriate.

In 2019, the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), defended Omar by telling reporters that although though Omar had made multiple anti-Jewish slurs, she had not been intentionally antisemitic. Pelosi's comments came after Omar had been criticized for comments she had made in 2018.

According to the editor of Forward, Batya Ungar-Sargon, Omar also posted an antisemitic cartoon on her Instagram account on Friday. The image was drawn by an Iranian artist who had previously taken part in a competition to deny the Holocaust.

After Omar was accused of antisemitism for her series of tweets in which she suggested that members of Congress supported Israel because they had been paid to do so by pro-Israel groups like the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the then-President of the United States, Donald Trump, told reporters that she should be "ashamed" of what she had said. Omar has since apologized for her comments.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Breitbart.

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