Dem Rep. Ilhan Omar blames Trump for New Zealand, tells CAIR to ‘raise hell,’ ‘make people uncomfortable’

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    While addressing the Council on American–Islamic Relations 4th Annual Valley Banquet in California on Saturday evening, anti-Semitic Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., said followers and supporters of the organization should “raise hell” and “make people uncomfortable,” a post at the Gateway Pundit reported.

    She also blamed President Trump for the New Zealand shooting carried out by an Australian man who self identified as an eco-fascist and a lover of Communist China.

    “It doesn’t matter how good you were if you can’t have your prayer mat and take your 15 minute break to go pray in a country that was founded on religious liberty,” she told the crowd. “It doesn’t matter how good you are if you one day find yourself in a school where other religions are talked about, but when Islam is mentioned, we are only talking about terrorists and if you say something you are sent to the principal’s office.”

    “So, to me, I say raise hell. Make people uncomfortable,” Omar added. “Because here’s the truth, for far too long we have lived with the discomfort of being a second-class citizen and frankly I am tired of it, and every single Muslim in this country

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    Like they don’t make things uncomfortable already to get their way. Now every single report where Muslims are hurt even if it is just words… Read more »

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