There is no doubt within the minds and hearts of real Americans that Representative Ilhan Omar is a fraud put in place through former President Barrack Obama’s endorsement. This year’s 2020 elections has eight candidates so far who are looking to unseat the Iranian and terrorist supporter. One of the candidates, in particular, responded to Omar’s message on how she calls herself.
Ilhan Omar posted on Twitter, “I am, Hijabi, Muslim, Black, Foreign-born, Refugee, Somali. Easily triggering conservatives, Right-wing bloggers, anti-Muslim bigots, tinfoil conspiracy theorists, birthers, pay me a [dollar] to bash Muslims fraudsters, pro-occupation groups, and every single xenophobe since 2016.”
At the end of the post, she was more so mocking everyone in America with a laughing face emoji and finishing off the post with “Hello Hello!”
The Republican candidate running against Omar, Dalia al-Aqidi simply posted, “I am an American. That’s why I’m running for Congress.”
Senator Ted Cruz also had something to say about the post in reply to Omar. He replied, “In today’s Leftist world of intersectionality, ‘American’ is deemed embarrassing & gauche.”
Al-Aqidi appeared on “Fox & Friends” back in January and called out Omar, describing her as “hateful rhetoric.” She told the show hosts, “As an American citizen, my duty is to defend my country, and my duty is to stand up to her hatred and racism that she’s spreading within her community, within the country, and even worldwide. Ilhan Omar is harming every American with her hatred, her standing against what we believe in, [and] against our own Constitution.”
Al-Aqidi added, “I came to the U.S. more than 25 years ago. So, basically, I’m not a refugee anymore. I’m not an Iraqi anymore. I’m an American. Period!” Both al-Aqidi and Omar came from ravaged countries escaping war. Omar still has made comments in support of her native land instead of America, which, to this day, does not sit well with Americans.
With every nation in the Middle East and the UN, Omar also sides against Israel. This has also led many to believe she is anti-Semitic. It also shows her hatred toward anyone who supports Israel. Omar has continually stated she is against “all forms of bigotry,” but her statements away from the crowds and Twitter accounts say differently.
Commenters also took to Twitter in reply to Omar’s post. All noticed how she refused to call herself an “American.” One comment stated, “Hmm. I don’t see that you identify as a US citizen??? You should not be in Congress!”
Another comment stated, “Not surprising that you didn’t identify at all as American. I have no problems with any of the above except that. You were elected by Americans to serve Americans. Thank goodness you don’t purport to represent me.”
Two of the most valuable replies, though there were thousands more, claim she sealed the coffin herself by not adding to the most essential background to her description list. “She leaves out American. Doesn’t even occur to her.” That is the sad part, it doesn’t occur to her because she hates America just like the Obamas.
Then, some people only care about their state and not about Omar’s backgrounds from the underground. This commenter wrote, “That’s a lot about you. Can we talk about our state of Minnesota now and what we are working on here? I really tire of how much you focus on… well, you.”
Since Omar won the Congressional seat, that is all she cared about was herself and “her people.” She never once cared about Americans. The worst comment by far had to do with the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center when she stated, “Somebody did something.” She should have taken out for treason on that statement alone.
Ballotpedia, the election website shows three Democrats are going up against Omar in the primaries happening August 11. One is a lawyer, Antone Melton-Meaux, another is a community organizer, John Mason, and the last Democrat is a founder of a community clinic, Leila Shukri Adan.
Five Republicans at this time will be in the primaries as well. One is al-Aqidi, special education professional Danielle Stella, technology professional Lacy Johnson, activist Alley Waterbury, minister Lucia Vogel, and a former sales manager Brent Whaley.
With all the hate spewed out from Omar, the chances are high, she may not even make it out of the primaries, especially if people remember only the 9/11 comment. The last comment on Twitter says it all, “And a one and done congressperson!”