“Something happened.” Those words should have been enough to remove Ilhan Omar from her position in Congress. When referring to the radical Muslim attack on the United States of America that killed thousands of people, Ilhan Omar can only think of the words – “Something happened.”
But more importantly, this was not a temporary slip-up. She continues to double down on these words. It makes it perfectly clear to all in Congress that she is truly an anti-American Congresswoman. The pro-radical Muslim lobbyist has made it clear that she is against the United States of America. It is truly that simple. She is not a socialist, or a progressive or a liberal. She is against the United States of America and will stand up to defend terrorists who attack the United States.
Does this sound like a McCarythist accusation? It is. McCarthy took the angle that there were many Communist sympathizers that had spread throughout many branches of the United States government bureaucracy who were working to bring down the United States of America. He was probably correct a small fraction of the time. But he certainly exaggerated and ultimately brought his own downfall from power when he pressed too hard too often. McCarthyism is now considered paranoia by most people.
In today’s day and age, it is not paranoia to be concerned about members of Congress not supporting the United States. They say it openly. Ilhan Omar should never have been allowed on to committees that dealt with national security. The fact that the Democrat Party allowed her on is one of the clearest indications that the Democrat Party has veered way off of the deep end.
But what is even more troubling is that Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and a few others were indeed democratically elected into Congress. That means that there are tens of thousands of people who support what they stand for who are living in the United States today.
Unbridled immigration leads to Congressmen and Congresswomen like Ilhan Omar. The gates should not be shut. But they need to be guarded. The doorways to the United States always have and always will define the future makeup of the population of the United States.