Ilhan Omar Introduces Resolution Condemning Racism, White Men, And The Jews
Politics · Jul 26, 2019 ·

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A constant target of remarks from President Trump, including chants of "send her back" from a recent rally, Representative Ilhan Omar has introduced a resolution to the House of Representatives condemning the three things she finds most dangerous to society: racism and white men and "also the Jews."

"It's time to take a stand and say there is nothing more un-American than judging people by the color of their skin," Omar said on the House floor, "except for maybe white men. And Jews. Let's add the Jews too I guess."

Omar found especially racist Trump's remarks about people "going back to where they come from," and specifically condemns that language in the resolution, saying good people would never use such language, especially against evil white men, since "then they'd just stick around here." She also pointed out that if Jews went back to where they came from they'd just go back to Israel, which she doesn't want. "But maybe we could push them into the sea or something."

Omar recognizes that her resolution, despite having help from "the Squad," is unlikely to pass, which she blames on discrimination against someone like her and "evil Zionist money."

Ready to join the conversation? Subscribe today.

Access comments and our fully-featured social platform.

Sign up Now

You must signup or login to view or post comments on this article.