Mere hours after the passage of the Democrats’ anti-hate resolution, a move prompted entirely by the anti-Semitism of Rep. Ilhan Omar, she proved that she has learned absolutely nothing from the experience.

In the weeks following the death of Senator John McCain, Democrats who painted McCain as the embodiment of evil during the 2008 presidential campaign, held him up as the picture of virtue. Past criticisms of McCain by Trump or any of his supporters was used as a club by the same Democrats.

Now the rules have been changed again.

Yesterday on The View, John McCain’s daughter Meghan McCain expressed heartfelt distress over open displays of anti-Semitism. Ken Meyer reported at Mediaite:

As Hostin criticized the GOP’s “selective outrage,” McCain brought it back to Omar and argued “why this obsession with Jerusalem and Israel?” The conversation ended up taking a turn when McCain’s voice started to crack and she got emotional as she explained that Omar’s comments should be “very scary” to everyone, not just Jews.

“I take the hate crimes rising in this country incredibly seriously and I think what’s happening in Europe is really…The idea that this is politicized…it shouldn’t be. On both sides it should be called out. Just because I don’t technically have Jewish family that are related to me doesn’t mean that I don’t take this seriously and it is very dangerous, very dangerous and I think we collectively as Americans on both sides – what Ilhan Omar is saying is very scary to me.”

Here’s the video:

Ilhan Omar retweeted an attack on this, after the passage of an anti-hate resolution, prompted by her, and which Democrats watered down to the point where it didn’t even mention her by name:

This is who she is.

Omar is also taking a victory lap over the anti-hate resolution which she inspired.


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