What outrageous propaganda from Fake News CNN! This is the Open Borders legacy in America. Omar, the imported Jew-hating bigot, somehow portrayed as the true American Patriot, speaking “truth to power.” It really is disgusting.

Rep. Omar Imported, Open Borders Jew Hating Bigot?

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Rep. Omar Imported Open Borders Jew Hating Bigot The outrage over the thinly-veiled Jew hatred by U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., misses another important point. The real, deeper culprit here is the policy of Open Borders that has allowed this Somalian activist into Congress.

Let’s face it, most opinion polls and surveys show that for the last 40 years, 10 to 15 percent of Americans still hold strong anti-Semitic views, which if you did the math, would mean about 40 to 60 U.S. congress members as well. What Omar has committed is the ultimate Washington gaffe: When a politician actually tells his or her truth.


Omar throws every Jewish accusation against the wall to see what will stick. The Jews have outsized influence on a percentage basis. (Yes, it’s true, including in winning Nobel Prizes, the number of billionaires and making breakthroughs in science and medicine). Jews are disproportionately successful in economics and politics alike. Omar simply says what she and others believe: that the Jews control American foreign policy because they have the money and power to do it. And yes the Jews have done that, especially since World War II and the Holocaust in Europe when they were afraid to advocate to save European Jewry, and as a result, the Nazis and their co-conspirators killed 5 million to 6 million Jews.

Racism, and slavery, and Jew-hatred and prejudice against the Chinese, and before them, the Irish, are part and parcel of the American saga. Let’s not forget the slaughtering of the American Indians, too. What’s different now is that we have to IMPORT our Jew haters, as Jew hatred as a phenomenon in the United States is at historic lows. In the 1940s and 1950s, 30 percent to 40 percent of Americans reported to pollsters that they felt Jews could not be good citizens of the United States, and would certainly not have approved of their children marrying Jews.

Rep. Omar, an unabashed Muslim, represents an estimated 75,000 Somalis in the State of Minnesota of all places. Because of Omar, Congress changed its long-standing tradition of not permitting its members to wear head coverings of any kind on the floor of the U.S. House. She is joined in Congress by two other Muslims, U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and U.S. Rep. Andre Carson, D-Ind. Tlaib represents Detroit and suburbs with large Muslim populations. Parts of Dearborn, Mich., are considered unrecognizable places compared to the rest of the United States. The question of Muslim assimilation into the United States is often raised, and whether Islam is compatible with American political values. Tlaib goes further. She is a Democratic Socialist, and among the leading voices in the Democratic Party calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump for who knows what. Amazingly Carson is from Indianapolis, in Red State Indiana, and became the second Muslim elected to Congress in 2016, following, the first elected Muslim, wretched Keith Ellison, also of Minnesota.

Nearly every new minority group in the United States has been accused at times of not being able to become “true Americans.” So in that, the Muslims across the United States are no different. In the 1840s, the Irish were hated because they were “Catholics, who would be loyal to the Pope,” and not America. The Jews would never assimilate, their detractors said, but in that they were incorrect. Still many of the leaders of the anti-American political Left, including most prominently U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., are Jews, much to the chagrin of the Jews on the political Right.

The Rep. Omar controversy, with her statements, such as it is, “all about the benjamins,” and accusing Jews of dual loyalty to both Israel and the United States, remind one of the famous sports quote about football: “That football doesn’t build character, it reveals character.”

Omar stripped away the mask for all to see that the Democratic Party is the home of anti-Israel politics and anti-Semitism, and they are really quite comfortable with that. It is home to the Boycott, Divest, and Sanction movement trying to marginalize and isolate Israel on the world stage. The Democrat Party is home to those who do not believe in a safe and secure Israel, and see Israel as oppressors, rather than as the United States’ most reliable ally in the Middle East. It is the home of “Justice in Palestine,” for the Arabs living there. This is the Democrat Party that Omar reveals.

It is indeed instructive that television network CNN, when they run a picture of Omar, she is wrapped in a head scarf and standing in front of an American flag. What outrageous propaganda from Fake News CNN! This is the Open Borders legacy in America. Omar, the imported Jew-hating bigot, somehow portrayed as the true American Patriot, speaking “truth to power.” It really is disgusting.

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Daniel Wiseman is an independent political commentator, who focuses on national and international affairs. He spent nine years as a professional journalist in Wyoming before working in fund-raising, non-profit management, and is now working in New York City. Wiseman focuses his writing on how to bring the United States back to its Constitutional moorings.  He writes exclusively for Canada Free Press.

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