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Ilhan Omar Calls Riots ‘Uprising over Centuries of Racial Neglect and Oppression’

September 8, 2020

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) released a video Sunday that described more than three months of riots as an “uprising over centuries of racial neglect and oppression.”

 

Yes, there’s so much racial oppression and neglect in America, a Muslim immigrant from Somalia can be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in a state called Minnesota.

 

“As we speak, we are in the midst of an ongoing uprising over centuries of racial neglect and oppression,” she said while collecting a six-figure salary from a position of enormous power and influence granted to her by a Midwestern state.

 

“We can’t talk about the protests in Minneapolis or Kenosha … without first looking inward,” she continued.

 

Then she just started lying…

 

“We maintain a system that binds millions to desperate poverty, a system that doesn’t provide the most basic necessities, like food, shelter, and medicines,” she added.

 

“Whether they are brutalized by police, by austerity economics, or by politicians who simply do not care about us, our nation is crying out desperately for change. We need to fundamentally change the way our society treats its most vulnerable because this has gone [on] long enough.”

 

You know what? Let’s give her some credit for calling this three-plus month terror campaign at the hands of the terrorists in Black Lives Matter and Antifa what it is — an uprising.

 

I prefer “terrorist uprising led by a mob of over-privileged crybabies,” but at least she’s not gaslighting us like the fake media with this nonsense about “peaceful protests.”

 

Nevertheless, what we still have here is a U.S. congresswoman legitimizing three-plus months of domestic terrorism, almost all of it aimed at innocent Americans, many of them black. Elected leaders with a national platform normalizing political terrorism is unprecedented, is why every American needs to prepare before it’s too late to prepare.

 

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