by: JD Heyes
Saturday, July 27, 2019
For days Americans have had to endure the daily drumbeat of the latest media-generated “controversy” and pseudo-event surrounding POTUS Donald Trump: That he is a “racist” because of tweets he sent to freshmen female lawmakers.
Those tweets, you may recall, were not directly aimed at Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.), and Rashida Tlaib (D-Minn.), because the president didn’t mention anyone by name, by race, or by ethnicity.
But the media said they were, so they were. And that’s that.
In his tweets, which the president really directed at lawmakers who either don’t hail from our country or have recently emigrated here from somewhere, er, less fortunate than our country, he said they should “go back” to their home countries and improve them before returning to America to “show us how it’s done.”
Racist? No. The president was critical of the content of their character; they all demonstrate on a near-daily basis that they are anti-American and anti-Semitic. And that’s the real racism and bigotry, of course, but the media have ignored that.
One of the biggest self-proclaimed victims is Omar, who was born and raised in Somalia and who, we are learning, “allegedly” defrauded our immigration system (surprise!) by marrying her brother and getting him and other family members into the very America she complains about all the time.
She has complained about the president’s tweets the loudest, claiming, of course, that they are “racist” but also demeaning and “un-American” (as though she’d know what it’s really like to love our country).
But lo and behold, we learn – as we so often do – that this Democrat Leftist is a massive hypocrite, and no, she won’t be held accountable for it by the same lamestream media that is covering for her regarding her reputed sham marriage and alleged instances of fraud.
As noted by Big League Politics, a 2012 tweet that little Miss Omar sent to a Somali critic actually said the same thing she is complaining about now: “Go back where you came from.”
She’s a Democrat though, so nothing to see here
The site noted:
Years before Somali socialist Ilhan Omar (D-MN) was elected to U.S. Congress, she threatened deportation to her critics on social media during a heated exchange
Omar likes to bash President Donald Trump for supposedly telling her to go back to where she came from, but she used similar rhetoric during a heated exchange on Twitter back in 2012. The radical Muslim apparently does not practice what she preaches.