The “anti-American” remarks of Rep. Ilhan Omar about the 9/11 terrorist attacks have just come back to haunt her as Fox News host Pete Hegseth is blasting her recent promotion to the subcommittee on Africa and global human rights issues as “absurd” as Vice Chair of the House of Foreign Affairs Committee.
In the wake of Omar being promoted to this position, comments that she made during the Council on American-Islamic Relations in 2019 resurfaced (CAIR). “According to Daily Mail, she said at the time that the council “was founded after 9/11 because they recognized that some individuals did something and that all of us were beginning to lose access to our civil liberties.
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Hegseth added, “Now she’s a vice president of a subcommittee… This is the modern-day Democratic Party, anti-Americanism written broadly.”
This comes days after Omar accused the Republican Party of trying to scapegoat her in an attempt to distract her from calls to remove Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) from her committees after controversial comments from the past resurfacing of the Republican Congresswoman.
“This is, unfortunately, the Republican playbook. With Donald Trump, we saw it,’ said Omar. “Whenever they face the consequences of their actions undermining our democracy, they blame Muslims, blame immigrants, blame blacks, blame women.”
“She added, “I just happen to embody all of these identities and I want to make sure we are clear about this. “It’s not about me and it’s not supposed to be about me. This is about a Republican caucus member who has incited violence repeatedly and Republicans can not just wave a magic wand and attack the black congresswoman.
After she was accused of spreading hateful conspiracy theories by Democrats, Greene was finally suspended from her commission.