Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar is the new leader of the anti-Semitism that is taking the Left by storm.
She, and leftists like her, promote anti-Israel laws and is vocal about her blatant support for known terrorist organizations like Hamas.
But what she just said about Holocaust Remembrance Day is simply revolting.
Ilhan Omar has said that Israel has “hypnotized the world” and is “evil,” yet she claims it is “right-wing extremists” that are growing anti-Semitism.
Radical leftists try to peddle the fake news that “right-wing extremists” are responsible for almost all terrorism in America.
Muslim Congresswoman Ilhan Omar is no different, as she tweeted on Holocaust Remembrance Day that there is increasing anti-Semitism from a rise of “Neo-Nazi” ideology.
Today #WeRemember the murder of 17 million people, including 6 million Jews at the hands of the Nazis.
With the rise of Anti-Semitic and Neo-Nazi ideology, it’s more important than ever we learn from the atrocities of the past & commit to fighting intolerance. #HolocaustMemorial https://t.co/8jpJ8olBaD
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) January 27, 2019
Omar is projecting on conservatives her disdain for Israel, and her personal anti-Semitic sentiments.
It was the Obama administration that handed over $150 billion in sanctions relief to Iran in 2015 even though Iran is vocal about their desire to destroy Israel.
And it was the Democrat party that wanted to leave Israel out of the negotiating table when the Iran deal was being made.
The reality is that Democrats never vote to help protect the nation of Israel from her enemies.
They only push the “right-wing extremism” narrative as a way to make conservatives look bad.
Omar wasn’t the only one who chimed in, however.
Planned Parenthood tweeted about Holocaust Remembrance Day as well.
On #HolocaustMemorialDay, we remember the tremendous, immeasurable human cost of bigotry — and we reaffirm that there can be no place for antisemitism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, or *any* form of hatred in our communities, our politics, and our country.
— Planned Parenthood Action (@PPact) January 27, 2019
Some rightfully pointed out that it seems odd for an organization that put to death 332,757 babies by abortion last year alone according to their own numbers to tweet on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Group responsible for stopping millions of heartbeats weighs in on memorial day for the Holocaust.
— Razor (@hale_razor) January 27, 2019
The Women’s March also came under fire recently for having anti-Semitic leaders within the movement, and some marches like the one in New Orleans even got cancelled.
Do you think Rep. Omar and Planned Parenthood’s tweets on Holocaust Remembrance Day are out-of-line?
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