Ilhan Omar Tells Islamic Rally Crowd To Go Out And “Raise Hell” & To “Make People Uncomfortable”
Democratic Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar, while speaking to an American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Council at a fundraiser in Woodland Hills, California, said President Trump was to blame for the recent horrific mass terror attack against the Muslim community in New Zealand. Omar also had the gall to say the hundreds of protesters who had gathered outside were prejudice against Muslims and her struggles were similar to those of the Prophet Muhammad. Wow. Then it got bad..
According to audio obtained by The Gateway Pundit, Omar said:
The reason I think that many of us knew that this was going to get worse is that we finally have a leader, a world leader in the White House, who publicly says Islam hates us; who fuels hate against Muslims; who thinks it is okay, that it’s OK to speak about a faith and a whole community in a way that is dehumanizing, vilifying, and doesn’t understand, or at least makes us want to think that he doesn’t understand, the consequences that his words might have.
Some people, like me, know that he understands the consequences. He knows that there are people that he can influence to threaten our lives, to diminish our presence, but what we know and what Islam teaches us — and what I always say, is that “Love Trumps Hate.”
As Breitbart news has noted:
In 2007-8, CAIR was named an unindicted co-conspirator in the terror financing trial of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development. That case, in turn, led the FBI to discontinue its work with the organization. In 2009, a federal judge ruled that the government “produced ample evidence to establish” the ties of CAIR with Hamas, the Palestinian terror organization. The United Arab Emirates labeled CAIR a terrorist organization in 2014 (a decision that the Obama administration opposed).
In 2015, CAIR’s Los Angeles director suggested that the U.S. was partly to blame for the San Bernardino terror attack, in which 14 people were killed, due to American foreign policy. CAIR also offered legal assistance to the family of the terrorists who carried out the attack.
Omar has used antisemitic rhetoric, both in recent weeks and before being elected to Congress, to attack Israel and Americans who support Israel. She remains unrepentant, telling CAIR — without naming Israel specifically — that she would talk about Israel not because she was fixated on it, but because, she claimed, it violates human rights.
In her speech, Omar said that despite Muslims’ efforts to fit in in America, “no matter how much we have tried to be the best neighbors,” they still faced prejudice. As a result, she said, they had to “raise hell. Make people uncomfortable.”
Thing is, she doesn’t have to do anything special to “make people uncomfortable.” She supports an ideology that, if allowed, would replace the U.S. Constitution and the form of government to which she has managed to get herself elected.
That is an existential problem.