Friday on social media, radical, Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) shared a video clip that claimed there was an “entirely different set of rules for white people” after the acquittal of white teenager Kyle Rittenhouse, who was put on (political show) trial for daring to defend his life against three white Black Lives Matter rioters who tried to kill him last year in Kenosha WI.
In case you needed a reminder…pic.twitter.com/YYe3fBJNul
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) November 20, 2021
“In case you needed a reminder…” Omar tweeted along with the video of PeacockTV talk show host Amber Ruffin, who said in the clip, “It’s not okay for a man to grab a rifle, travel across state lines, and shoot three people and then walk free. It’s not okay for the judicial system to be blatantly and obviously stacked against people of color. It’s not okay for there to be an entirely different set of rules for white people. But I don’t care about Kyle Rittenhouse. I don’t care about that racist judge. And I don’t care about how f—ed up that jury must be. White people have been getting away with murder since time began.”
All of this is demonstrably false, racist demagoguery, and a grotesque misrepresentation of the actual shooting by Rittenhouse. But Ilhan Omar, a radical antisemite from Somalia who committed immigration fraud to enter the country, clearly agrees with it.
This the kind of race-mongering anti-Americanism the Democrat Party today represents and promulgates.
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Omar Emphasizes That America Is a Racist Nation
On May 3, 2021, Omar told MSNBC host Joy Reid that she and her fellow black Democrats were becoming exhausted by people who refused to concede that America was a racist nation. “I think there is a lot of emotional exhaustion that many of us who are black lawmakers and black people in public service are experiencing,” said Omar. “Because every single day you know that there are ways to transform the justice system, the policing system, and you have to have conversation[s] with people who want to turn a blind eye to the injustices that exist within our systems, who continue to insist that this country is not a country that is racist, that our systems don’t have racism embedded in them.”
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