‘What’s Wrong With You?’ Anti-Semitic Dem Lashes Out At CNN Reporter, Storms Off [WATCH]

Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar is not having the best week after making yet another anti-Semitic remark. People on both sides of the aisle want her to answer for her recklessness.

After sending a tweet disparaging President Trump, Omar was questioned by a CNN reporter.

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It didn’t go so well, with Omar storming off shortly after being confronted.

Here’s Omar’s tweet:

Here’s the exchange between Omar and CNN’s Manu Raju:

Are you serious?

What’s wrong with you?

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Raju tweeted after the interview:

Rep. Ilhan Omar in no mood to talk about her controversies this week. First, she said: “No thank you” when asked to comment on Trump saying she should resign. Second time I saw her, she yelled: “Are you serious?” when I tried to question her.

Asked about her tweet this AM attacking Trump for trafficking in hate, she angrily said: “Yes I tweeted, and there’s a response. You can run that. Have a nice day.” And she walked into a meeting

Before I even got my question out the second time I saw her, Ilhan Omar angrily said: “Are you serious? What’s wrong with you.”

Vice President Mike Pence weighed-in on Omar, per Mediaite:

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Vice President Mike Pence suggested Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) should resign from the House Foreign Affairs Committee and said “those who engage in anti-Semitic tropes” should face consequences.

“[Omar’s] tweets were a disgrace & her apology was inadequate. Anti-Semitism has no place in the United States Congress, much less the Foreign Affairs Committee,” Pence wrote, days after Omar tweeted “it’s all about the Benjamins” while commenting on AIPAC’s political influence. “Those who engage in anti-Semitic tropes should not just be denounced, they should face consequences for their words.”

Lee Zeldin is a Jewish Republican Congressman from New York. He’s tired of Omar’s anti-Semitic ways.

With one tweet, Zeldin put Omar on blast.


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What are the odds Omar responds? Her silence speaks volumes.


In a recent interview, Omar goes as far as to suggest that Israel is not a democracy. She also compares the Jewish state to Iran.


In 2016, nine Minnesota men were charged with plotting to join ISIS. Omar asked the judge to show “compassion.”

From Fox 9:

The 9 Minnesota men charged with planning to join ISIS are scheduled to be sentenced next week. Ahead of those court dates, 13 letters were sent to Judge Michael Davis in the case of defendant Abdirahman Yasin Daud, including a letter from state Rep. Ilhan Omar, who on Election Night became with first elected Somali-American lawmaker in the nation.

Rep. Omar asked Judge Davis for “compassion” and a “restorative approach to justice,” concluding that “this ruling can set a precedent and has the potential to be a landmark case in addressing extremism.”

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In 2012, Ilhan tweeted about the “evil doings of Israel.”

Omar defended the tweet during an interview with PBS’ Christine Amanpour.

Far-left Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) defended a past anti-Semitic remark she made on Twitter in an interview with PBS on Tuesday, saying those were “the only words I could think about expressing at that moment.”

Amanpour: “Can I just move on to something that’s generally a rite of passage for politicians in the United States, and that is to sort of profess a sort of fealty or at least pay homage to AIPAC, the pro-Israel PAC that is very, very prominent. Should Jewish Americans be worried about congresswoman Ilhan Omar or Rashida Tlaib because of the BDS movement, because of one of the tweets you made a long time ago, you were part of a new wave of Democrats not afraid to be critical of the government of Israel.

Amanpour, continued: “During the 2012 military offensive in Gaza, you tweeted, ‘Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel. How do you put that into context now and what do you say to American Jews?

Omar: “I remember when that was happening, watching tv and really feeling as if no other life was being impacted in this war and that really, those unfortunate words were the only words I could think about expressing at that moment. What is really important to me is that people recognize that there is a difference between criticizing a military action by a government that has exercised really oppressive policies and being offensive or attacky [sic] to particular people of faith.

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The bottom line is that there’s no place in America for anti-Semitism. But why isn’t Omar called out by the mainstream media?

Could it be that the MSM serves as the communications wing of the Democrat Party?

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