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Rep. Ilhan Omar beats Barack Obama's message of “hope and change” as a “mirage”

Rookie Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar, fresh to ignite a rebellious rebellion with comments generally considered anti-Semitic, swept past President Barack Obama and said in an explosive interview the 44th President's message of "hope and change Omar, D- Minn., Aimed at the President's famous slogan, while further criticizing the Democratic Party for "continuing the status quo," in the Politico interview. "Reminds" grandchildren "at the US-Mexico border and" Queen of Countries around the world "on Obama's watch," Omar accused Obama of "operating within the same fundamentally broken frame as his Republican successor," reads the paragraph. TRUMP SLAMS DEMS AFTER VIRAL PHOTOS OF CHILDREN IN CAGS, FROM OBAMAS TERM, BACKFIRES Omar is then quoted: "We can only be upset with Trump … His policy is bad, but many of the people who came before him also had really bad poles POLICY. They were just more polished than he was. "And that's not what we're going to look for anymore. We don't want anyone to get away with murder because they are polished. We want to acknowledge the actual policies behind the beautiful face and smile." came after the transition on Thursday of a broad anti-bigotry resolution that surrounds previous comments on Israel. The dissolution and drama of its passage revealed chasms in the democratic caucus regarding Israel and marked a coup of strokes for a tight band of domestic citizens who &#821 1; in a matter of hours – could move the spotlight away from Omar's allegedly anti-Semitic remarks and refocus on issues…

Rookie Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar, fresh to ignite a rebellious rebellion with comments generally considered anti-Semitic, swept past President Barack Obama and said in an explosive interview the 44th President’s message of “hope and change

Omar, D- Minn., Aimed at the President’s famous slogan, while further criticizing the Democratic Party for “continuing the status quo,” in the Politico interview.

“Reminds” grandchildren “at the US-Mexico border and” Queen of Countries around the world “on Obama’s watch,” Omar accused Obama of “operating within the same fundamentally broken frame as his Republican successor,” reads the paragraph.

TRUMP SLAMS DEMS AFTER VIRAL PHOTOS OF CHILDREN IN CAGS, FROM OBAMAS TERM, BACKFIRES

Omar is then quoted: “We can only be upset with Trump … His policy is bad, but many of the people who came before him also had really bad poles POLICY. They were just more polished than he was.

“And that’s not what we’re going to look for anymore. We don’t want anyone to get away with murder because they are polished. We want to acknowledge the actual policies behind the beautiful face and smile.”

came after the transition on Thursday of a broad anti-bigotry resolution that surrounds previous comments on Israel. The dissolution and drama of its passage revealed chasms in the democratic caucus regarding Israel and marked a coup of strokes for a tight band of domestic citizens who &#821

1; in a matter of hours – could move the spotlight away from Omar’s allegedly anti-Semitic remarks and refocus on issues such as Islamophobia and pro-Israel lobby AIPAC.

“The week was supposed to begin with a punishment of Omar’s anti-Semitic comments and it became a long list of other hateful acts,” House Republican Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., Told Fox News on Friday and said the final The product “failed to deal with the real problem.”

But the breadth delivered to Obama is very rare for all Democrats, especially one who has been in the House for two months and has already ticked off the party members with their outspokenness.

The house resolution, which followed a week of democratic influence over the language, was approved at 407-23 votes. The action was originally drafted in response to Omar, a freshman Democrat from Minnesota, who proposed last week that Israel’s supporters want US lawmakers to promise “fidelity” to the Jewish state – which was generally condemned to echo the aging “dual loyalties” smear against Jewish politicians.

But after President Nancy Pelosi faced an uprising in the leadership of concern, the resolution would unfairly appoint Omar, a Muslim and increase security threats against her (she was recently subject to an inflammatory poster in the West Virginia Capitol binds her hostile to the attacks of 9 / 11). The resolution was revised.

The result was a broad dispute of bigotry, including anti-Semitism as well as “anti-Muslim discrimination and bigotry against minorities” committed by white supremacists and others. The resolution denounced “dual loyalty” charges, but did not mention Omar by name.

The battle revealed deep departments in the party. But on the 2020 campaign trail heavy weights came to Omar’s side. Vermont Independent, Bernie Sanders, who was raised Jewish, defended Omar and claimed that “we must not, however, compare anti-Semitism with legitimate criticism of the right, Netanyahu government of Israel.

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“What I fear in this House is now an attempt to direct the congressman Omar as a way to stifle that debate,” said the Senator. 19659003] Later Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts also beat anti-Semitism but defended Omar.

“Branding criticism of Israel which automatically antisemitic has a chilling effect on our public discourse and makes it more difficult to achieve a peaceful solution between Israelis and Palestinians,” she wrote in a statement by Fox News.

Many Democrats, while strong supporters in Israel, have concerns with the country’s long-time Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and his government treatment of Palestinians. 19659003] 2020 DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL HOPE FULL CIRCLE WAGONS Around OMAR

It was a similar response from Sen. Kamala Harris in California, who shouted all sorts of bigotry and worried about any violence directed against Omar.

“You can both support Israel and be loyal to our country,” she said. “I also believe there is a difference between criticism of political or political leaders and anti-Semitism.”

Harris checked that “like some of my Congressional Black Caucus colleagues, I’m worried that the spotlight is put on Congress’s Omar can put her in danger.”

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Meanwhile, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, DN.Y., more critical to Omar in response to the controversy, while accusing GOP of “hypocrisy”.

Red News contacted President Obama’s office for comment.

Fox News “Judson Berger contributed to this report.

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