Rep. Omar Under Fire For Her Un-American Twitter Post As Her Attempt To Trash Republicans Backfires

Rep. Ilhan Omar gave away the game and exposed her least patriotic side and immediately received push-back from everyone.

Omar, who is under some type of investigation by authorities for possible immigration fraud, came under fire for an un-American social media post. She posted a few posts on social media – to taunt the right – but she proved their point by forgetting to celebrate she was an American.

The Daily Wire reported that on Sunday night, Rep. Ilhan Omar posted a tweet listing off all the things the Democrat “is,” including a being a Somali, Muslim, and black. Her list, however, conspicuously leaves off that she is an American, (who represents other Americans).

“I am, Hijabi, Muslim, Black, Foreign born, Refugee, Somali,” Rep. Omar tweeted Thursday night.

She addressed the tweet to conservatives, “anti Muslim bigots,” “tinfoil conspiracy theorists,” “birthers,” “pro-occupation groups” and “every single xenophobe since 2016,” among others.

“Easily triggering conservatives, Right wing bloggers, anti Muslim bigots, tinfoil conspiracy theorists, birthers, pay me a to bash Muslims fraudsters, pro-occupation groups and every single xenophobe since 2016,” the Democrat wrote at the bottom of the post, adding a laugh-cry emoji.

As highlighted by Human Events’ Ian Miles Cheong, Rep. Omar didn’t list that she is American.

“Why did you not include ‘American’ on your list?” he asked.

Rep. Omar has a history of spewing anti-American rhetoric. For example, as reported by The Daily Wire in April, the Democrat sparked outrage over remarks trivializing the 9/11 terror attacks in 2001, which killed some 3,000 Americans.

“Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) trivialized the deadliest terrorist attack in U.S. history in a recent speech she gave at an event for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) — which the United Arab Emirates has designated as a terrorist organization,” The Daily Wire reported at the time.

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