Posted by Curt on 7 March, 2019 at 4:22 pm. 5 comments already!


The path to enabling bigotry was already set for the Democratic Party once they started backing away from their original rebuke of Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) for her antisemitic Tweets and comments. The only thing they needed was a gameplan to not only excuse her comments but to then spin media sentiment against Republicans.

Their plan worked like clockwork and now bigotry is officially kosher for Democrats, shielded under the guise of “conversation” and buried under other forms of bigotry that simply aren’t as present on Capitol Hill as antisemitism. Like I Tweeted:

The House passed a bill declaring “all” hatred as bad, thereby removing any attention from the root cause of the bill in the first place, Omar’s antisemitism. Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) wrote a scathing rebuke of the bill.

“Today’s resolution vote was a sham put forward by Democrats to avoid condemning one of their own and denouncing vile anti-Semitism,” Cheney said in a statement. “While I stand whole-heartedly against discrimination outlined in this resolution, the language before the House today did not address the issue that is front and center.”

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi earlier justified not including Omar’s name in the resolution by stating “it’s not about her, it’s about these forms of hatred.” Except it is about her, just as it was about Representative Steve King (R-IA) when he allegedly asked when white supremacy became a bad thing to a NY Times writer. King denied the statements in the context as they were written and the writer did not have a recording of the interview to back up his claims. Nevertheless, King received a direct and immediate rebuke.

Omar did not.

Her “rebuke” was not immediate, it has not yielded any punishment whatsoever (King was removed from committees), and the resolution didn’t name Omar directly. It was a way for Democrats to pretend to take the high road by calling out all hatred from anyone even though the inciting events were very focused hatred perpetrated by a specific member of Congress.

Even former Republican and faux-conservative shill Max Boot took to the Washington Post to point out how clear her antisemitism is.

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