You can commit a murder and Ilhan Omar will not favor you being deported because she opposes all deportations regardless of the circumstances.
Yet in 2012 she told a political opponent that they should be deported, mirroring a similar statement made by Rashida Tlaib about President Trump. Boy, are those two racist and very Hitlerlike. Ironically, there are several charges against Ilhan Omar that could easily result in her citizenship being pulled and would follow that she would be deported to Somalia.
This includes fraud in campaign spending, her initial asylum request, marrying her brother in immigration fraud and also income tax fraud after she filed income taxes in two years with a man who was not her husband.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) was found Tuesday to have told a political opponent in the past that she needed to be deported — using a rhetorical tactic that Democrats have said is “un-American” and “racist.”
Last Sunday, President Donald Trump tweeted that Omar and three other far-left Democratic congresswomen in the so-called “Squad” should “go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came” and then “come back and show us how it is done.”
He did not call for them to be deported, and later clarified that he meant simply that if they did not like the U.S., they should leave.
Some members of a large rally crowd in North Carolina chanted “Send her back,” in reference to Omar, during Trump’s speech there last Wednesday. The president disavowed it the next day.
But Omar has, in fact, called for an opponent to be deported. Her tweet, from 2012, was unearthed as a similar tweet from Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MN) — one of the other “Squad” members — surfaced, in which she declared “Deport this asshole!” in 2015.
Omar’s tweet read: “we are citizens & can’t be deported, why don’t we deport you to where ever you came from.”