Rep. Ilhan Omar continues to put a negative spotlight on Democrats and it just got a lot worse.
When directly asked if she was going to apologize for recent comments that were deemed to be anti-Semitic from some of her own Democrat colleagues, Omar simply walked away from the camera without saying a word…
President Trump’s wildest dreams are starting to come true.
The Democrat party is beginning to fall apart from the inside out.
During the 2016 presidential election, it was clear the people of this country wanted new faces elected to office.
In 2018, they got what they asked for, but the faces elected are starting more controversy rather than bringing the party together.
Rep. Ocasio-Cortez has been a camera hog, but her platform is one that even her own party members are unable to get completely behind.
Additionally, she has already been tied to several scandals, including possible campaign finance violations.
Rep. Omar is another of the new breed, but she has been just as problematic.
A Muslim-American, hailing from Minnesota, she was immediately under scrutiny for the radical activity in her own state.
She also came under fire for legislation she refused to support as well as asking for leniency for a group of men that tried to join ISIS.
Ant-Semitism in Office
Rep. Omar has been very critical of the relationship the United States has with Israel.
Not long after taking office, she tweeted a comment that insinuated the only reason the U.S. supports Israel is for financial gain.
More recently, she has been critical of Jewish American politicians having loyalty to both Israel and the United States.
The sad fact is Democrats have seen fit to assign Omar to some rather powerful committees, even though she has clearly shown she does not have the expertise or knowledge to be part of them.
In Omar’s case, the Democrat party has an individual that appears to be both anti-American and anti-Semitic.
The longer the Democratic party allows her grab headlines, the less the chance they have of defeating Trump in the 2020 presidential election.