Demons in the Halls of Congress
The subversives in Congress continue their mayhem.
When Keith Ellison was elected to the House from Minnesota’s 5th district in 2006, he became the first Muslim in Congress. Since then, Barack Obama has helped push this forward by allowing tons of Somali immigrants into that Minnesota district, and the result has been the election of the anti-Semite Ilhan Omar. Her outrageous statements about Israel include that the Jewish state “hypnotizes” other nations. This is classic anti-Semitic garbage. Her hatred of Israel is truly over-the-top.
Now, she’s claiming that Israel occupies the “historical homeland of the Palestinians.” She continues to push the envelope, and Democrat leaders like Nancy Pelosi let her. According to a report in the Jerusalem Post:
“In an op-ed published late Sunday on the Washington Post website, Omar wrote that ‘the founding of Israel 70 years ago was built on the Jewish people’s connection to their historical homeland, as well as the urgency of establishing a nation in the wake of the horror of the Holocaust and the centuries of antisemitic oppression leading up to it. Many of the founders of Israel were themselves refugees who survived indescribable horrors.
“’We must acknowledge that this is also the historical homeland of Palestinians,’ she continued.”
It’s the historical homeland of both peoples? It is easily historically documented that it is in fact the ancestral home of the Jews, but the Palestinians are demonstrably a creation of political forces in the 1960s.
The fact is, Omar is a mendacious, aggressive Muslim who intends to join with her co-religionists to undermine the U.S. Constitution. Among the added outcomes is a hoped-for marginalization of Israel by her greatest ally.
As if these attacks on Israel aren’t bad enough, the New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently called Benjamin Netanyahu a “Trump-like figure.” She pushed the envelope by further attacking the Israeli premier:
“In an interview with the Yahoo News Skullduggery podcast, she added that Netanyahu’s reelection is a part of ‘the ascent of authoritarianism across the world.’ Asked if she believes that the prime minister’s talk about annexing parts of the West Bank should affect US policy toward Israel, the congresswoman responded, ‘I think so,’ and said that ‘conversations are happening in our caucus.’
“She also gave a surprising answer as to whether she would support a move to cut military or economic aid to Israel, saying that ‘I think it’s certainly on the table.’”
This is the future of Washington, folks.
And Israel will suffer.