PRESIDENT TRUMP just clapped back at the faux outrage from Democrats (see below). This is why he is so effective. He fights the leftist narrative like no other!
It’s hard to believe that a simple yet stunning video from 9/11 would qualify as “inciting violence,” but that’s what all of the key Democrats are saying President Trump did when he tweeted out a video (see below) from that horrible day.
The curious thing about the left is that they get their marching orders and they all parrot the same words. Many 2020 Democrats, including Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Amy Klobuchar, Gov. Jay Inslee, and John Hickenlooper have all slammed President Trump for his tweet using the same language:
Enough is enough. No more silence, with NY Post and now Trump taking Ilhan’s words out of context to incite violence toward her, it’s time for more Dems to speak up. Clearly, the GOP is fine with this shameful stunt, but we cannot stand by.
The President is inciting violence against a sitting Congresswoman—and an entire group of Americans based on their religion. It’s disgusting. It’s shameful. And any elected leader who refuses to condemn it shares responsibility for it.
The 9/11 New York Post cover is “such a transparently and politically motivated attack on Ilhan — we are getting to the level where this is an incitement of violence against progressive women of color.”
Joe Kennedy III:
President Trump understands the weight his words carry. His tweet about Congresswoman Ilhan Omar puts her life & her family’s lives at risk. Our outrage should be nonpartisan. That it’s not will only give him license to continue to incite violence.
The tweets above are just a few of the “inciting violence” mantra from the Democrats.
How in the world could President Trump be ‘inciting violence’ by using Ilhan Omar’s own words in a video showing 9/11?
TRUMP CLAPS BACK AT DEMOCRATS DEFENDING ILHAN OMAR:
He pinned the tweet to the top of his Twitter page:
He pinned it 🔥 pic.twitter.com/si9SbTlR3X
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) April 14, 2019
A video of Ilhan Omar describing 9/11 as “some people did something” sparked outrage. In response, President Trump tweeted out this video:
President Trump just responded to Rep. Ilhan Omar’s dismissive comment that on 9/11 “Some people did something.”
It’s a video showing that 9/11 was a devastating terror attack that our nation will never forget…
A perfect response from President Trump.
WE WILL NEVER FORGET
WE WILL NEVER FORGET! pic.twitter.com/VxrGFRFeJM
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 12, 2019
Here’s more of the clip from Rep. Omar’s speech via Amy Mek:
Ilhan Omar presents at HAMAS-linked CAIR-LA Conference
Ilhan takes the worst attack on U.S. soil carried out by Jihadists & dismisses it as “Somebody did Something.”
IIhan then whines about how the loss of American lives affected HER & why Muslims now need HAMAS to protect them.
Ilhan Omar presents at HAMAS-linked CAIR-LA Conference
Ilhan takes the worst attack on U.S. soil carried out by Jihadists & dismisses it as "Somebody did Something".
IIhan than whines about how the loss of American lives affected HER & why Muslims now need HAMAS to protect them pic.twitter.com/qVDXRNB17Q
— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) March 24, 2019
The video below is just one more nail in the coffin for Rep. Ilhan Omar who has become known for her anti-American and anti-Israel comments. She was an activist in her Somali Muslim community in 2013 when the video was recorded.
In the recently discovered video from 2013, Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar is seen joking about Americans saying “Al Qaeda” and “Hezbollah” in a troubled voice.
She goes on to say that no one says words like “America” that way.
“When I was in college, I took a terrorism class. … The thing that was interesting in the class was every time the professor said ‘Al Qaeda’ his shoulders went up,”… “Al Qaeda” and “Hezbollah.”
“But you know, it is that you don’t say ‘America’ with an intensity, you don’t say ‘England’ with the intensity. You don’t say ‘the army’ with the intensity… But you say these names because you want that word to carry weight. You want it to be something.”
— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) April 11, 2019
It’s beyond troubling that there is someone in our government who is mocking Americans for being fearful of terrorist groups.
The Somali refugee was an activist in her community when she mocked Americans.
It’s pretty unbelievable that Omar is mocking the very people who rescued her from the refugee camp she was supposedly suffering under.
The number of Muslim registered voters is up 324,000 since the last Presidential election. As our State Department continues to seed small and large communities across America, expect to see more and more of these results. Speaking of America, does anyone see an American flag anywhere in the room during Ilhan Omar’s acceptance speech in her native language?
Does the idea of Sharia Law still seem like a far-fetched idea in America?
Political jobs held by two veteran Democratic politicians have been outsourced to two young immigrants, underscoring the growing impact of mass immigration on white-collar Americans.
The two Democrats who have lost their jobs to immigrants are both experienced, established and liberal members of the state’s version of the Democratic party: 22-term Rep. Phyllis Kahn and 10-term Rep. Joe Mullery, both from Minneapolis.
They were beaten in state primaries on August 9 by two political newcomers: Somali-born, hijab-wearing Ilhan Omar and Thailand-born Hmong immigrant, Fue Lee. The primaries were arranged by the state’s Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party.
Ilhan Omar’s website attributed her win to immigrant Somalis: “More than 250 volunteers and 450 individual donors supported Ilhan’s campaign. ‘I am so proud that the majority of contributions to my campaign are from members of the Somali community who believe in my leadership,’” the site said. Somalis in other states supported her, including Washington state and Ohio.
Kahn was actually beaten by two Somalis–Omar and Mohamud Noor. She had only 1,726 votes to Omar’s 2,404 votes. The second Somali candidate, Noor, edged Kahn with 1,738 votes. Compared to 2014, primary turnout rose by almost 40 percent in the 60B district, which includes most of the University of Minnesota.