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Omar has flat out says Israel doesn't have a right to exist.
Can't even criticize Islam without being called an Islamophobe.
originally posted by: MRinder
a reply to: CriticalStinker
Of course you are considered racist if you are white and say anything that could possibly be construed as negative about any non white person. Remember how they said Trump was racist because he called them #hole countries? They are #holes, but that still made him racist according to the Nazi left.
originally posted by: CriticalStinker
a reply to: xuenchen
While I don't agree with most of her platform that I'm aware of (not much).... She didn't say anything anti-semetic.
This is just being used for politics, or lip service.
Anyone who takes offense to the perfectly valid questions or statements made by her are snowflakes in my opinion.
Criticism is perfectly fine, she criticized government, not religion.
You obviously haven't looked into her prior comments. She IS anti semetic. Thats fine. She is entitled to her opinions, and views.
In the closed-door meeting Wednesday, Pelosi tried to shift the blame for the firestorm over Omar in part to the press, and repeatedly stressed party unity in the public eye.
Pelosi quipped of the press, “If you say the bacon is not crispy enough, they'll have an article about this unrest and unease in the Democratic Party.”
After the “all about the Benjamins” comment, Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer declared, “Rep. Omar’s use of an anti-Semitic stereotype was offensive and irresponsible. This kind of intolerance has no place in Congress — or anywhere in American society. No one should invoke anti-Semitic tropes during policy disagreements.”