Ihan's Expulsion


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The House Republican majority approved a resolution on February 2nd to remove Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, a member of the progressive “Squad,” from the House Foreign Affairs Committee because of her pattern of outrageous anti-Semitic remarks.

Rep. Omar has accused Jewish-American advocates of Israel of using “Benjamins” (i.e., money) to buy politicians’ support for the Jewish state. On another occasion, she raised the supposed threat of American Jews’ dual loyalty when she said, “I want to talk about the political influence in this country that says it is OK for people to push for allegiance to a foreign country.” These are age-old anti-Semitic tropes.

Rep. Omar has regularly demonized and sought to delegitimize Israel, accusing Israel of “evil doings” and “apartheid,” for example. She supports the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel, which discriminates against the Jewish state. These are also hallmarks of Omar’s anti-Semitism.

Omar lumped the United States and Israel together with the terrorist organizations Hamas and the Taliban, while excusing some acts of Islamist terrorism as the “byproducts of the actions of our involvement in other people’s affairs.” She made light of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which killed nearly 3,000 people, by saying that “some people did something.”


The Left are firm believers in Vladimir Lenin’s famous motto: “A lie told often enough becomes the truth.”

Every person or organization whom leftists abhor is racist, sexist, xenophobic, transphobic, homophobic, Islamophobic, or some intersectional combination of the foregoing. The Left believe that repeating these slurs often enough against their enemies will convince enough people that the slurs are true.

Thus, it is no surprise that the lying Left have operated from the same playbook to hurl barrages of invective against Speaker McCarthy and the House Republican majority who have seen through Rep. Omar’s façade to her anti-Semitic core.

Rep. Omar was not removed from the House Foreign Affairs Committee because she is a Muslim, an immigrant from Africa, or a person of color. Rep. Omar’s removal from this one committee was a perfectly valid response to her own pattern of anti-Semitism, which should not be given a platform on the House’s most important committee dealing with sensitive foreign relations matters. Omar is still serving on the House Committee on Education and the Workforce and is free to serve on other committees to which she is assigned by her Democrat caucus.

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