Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore just responded to Rep. Ilhan Omar after she called him a child molester.
Moore voiced his support for the Alabama resolution calling for Rep. Omar’s expulsion from Congress and even went step further calling for Rep. Omar to go back whence she came from.
“I fully support the resolution of the Ala Rep Party asking Congress to expel Omar under Article 1 Section 5 of the US Constitution,” Moore said in a statement in which he called the first-term congresswoman an “avowed muslim” and a “sworn enemy of Israel.”
“President Trump was right, she should go back to Somalia from whence she came,” Roy Moore added, referencing a “send her back” chant that a North Carolina rally crowd last month broke into as Trump targeted Omar, a Somali refugee who came to the U.S. with her family as a child.
The feud started when the Alabama GOP passed a resolution that demands Alabama’s congressional delegation work to get Rep. Omar expelled from Congress.
State Rep. Tommy Hanes introduced the resolution and said at the meeting: “It’s just simply asking this body to ask the U.S. delegation, the Alabama delegation in Washington, D.C. to start proceedings to unseat Ilhan Omar, congresswoman from Minnesota.”
“This woman is continuously spewing anti-American rhetoric, anti-Semitism. She is un-American. She came from a war-torn country in Somalia to seek protection under Lady Liberty’s hand.”
“Folks, she constantly talks about the U.S. military – I put the U.S. military here,” he said while raising his arms.
“If it weren’t for the U.S. military, we wouldn’t be here today. I put them here, and she continuously talks down on our veterans. Folks, she continuously talks about one of our most faithful and loyal allies, which is Israel.”
“Let Alabama be first and let’s see how many other states follow,” Rep. Tommy Hanes added.
“I would just like to say the lady is guilty of sedition – and we need to kick her ass out,” an unidentified member of the state executive committee said.
Rep. Omar is having a tough day. She was outed in a divorce filing as the other woman – she was cheating with one of her consultants.
Omar could’ve violated campaign finance laws and if so she may get herself expelled from Congress with no help from the Alabama GOP.
And despite her horrible day, Rep. Ilhan Omar did have time to finally respond to the Alabama GOP. “Sorry, @ALGOPHQ, but this is a representative democracy. I was elected with 78% of the vote by the people of Minnesota’s 5th District, not the Alabama Republican Party.”
“If you want to clean up politics, maybe don’t nominate an accused child molester as your Senate candidate?” Omar added.
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore didn’t wait long to respond to her claims and shot a few rounds at Rep. Omar.