Ilhan Omar Says America Shouldn't Be a Country of White People
You are not surprised Ilhan Omar is saying racist, xenophobic things. She is a racist, xenophobic, anti-Semitic person, after all. You also know, had a Republican uttered any of the following, save for the swap out of white for any other skin color, that Republican would be driven out of town. Yet Ilhan Omar remains. So why are you here at all, watching this trollop who may have married her brother, spew hate?
The best parts:
"It's that is that they cannot stand that a refugee, a black woman, an immigrant a Muslim shows up in Congress thinking she's equal to them."
Ilhan, sweetie, you've missed the mark again. In our 2019 culture of you so brave for being you, all one needs to do is recite what one sees in the mirror to anoint themselves some kind of hero fighting the system. But the reality is quite different. People dislike you because you're an egotistical, hateful, anti-semitic shit stick. Your womanness, your blackness, you Muslimness factors in pretty much zero when people line up to throw pies at pictures of your pretty, pretty face. I wrote more about it here: Dear Ilhan Omar: It's Not Because You're Muslim. It's Because You're a Hateful Sh*t Stick.
Here's some of that trademark hate:
"So I can't ever speak of Islamophobia and fight for Muslims if I am not willing to fight against anti-semitism. This is not this is not going to be the country of the xenophobics. This is not going to be the country of white people. This is not going to be the country of the few. This is the country of the many."
Let's pretend for a second "country of white people" is a mistake. Let's pretend what Illhan wanted to say was "this is not going to be a country of white supremacists." Which is certainly a fair thing to say, and possibly what she wanted to say given the context of the speech. The problem is the mistake itself. Is it a Freudian slip or did Ilhan conflate white people with white supremacists? Media has been overusing and misusing the term "white supremacist" for a while now, even suggesting Ben Shapiro, Steven Crowder, and Ben Carson are white supremacists.
What is “white supremacy”? The same people who use the term to discredit others fail to define it. According to med… https://t.co/j3IXvQWhG3— Steven Crowder (@Steven Crowder) 1556672640.0
So either Ilhan is going along with the new narrative of wielding white supremacist = white people I don't like, or she just doesn't want white people in America.
Either way, not good.
But you're not surprised. You won't be surprised when Illhan receives no blowback for her words. You won't be surprised the next time she says something racist, hateful or just stupid. What will surprise you is if she straightens up. But that'll never happen.
The Democrat Party doesn't demand the best of people, it relies on people doing and being their worst. In which case Ilhan Omar is a perfect symbol, and therefore a perfect Democrat.