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Those are NOT death threats, you Bad word ing cheap vvhore !

 

It's just  "somebody saying something" !

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50 minutes ago, JoeAverage said:

When you have a billion Muslims all giving to charity, Allah demands funding for Jihad.

 

 

Hasn't the US been helping the UAE and the Saudis destroy Yemen recently? Aren't they saying that Trump might veto the bill to cut off funding?

That is the local jihad going on in Arabia, in case you didn't know?

I do not care whether the Houtis or the Wahhabis run Yemen? Tell me why I should care.

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9 MILLION Muslims in the US.....where are the Jihadis?  There should be like 10 terrorist attacks everyday ...

...if Muzzies are so dedicated to Jihad.....EVEN IF ONLY 1% of them.....lol.  How gullible we are.

 

Ultimately she will only hurt the DEM party with her comments since Americans are fully indoctrinated to hate Muzzies. 

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8 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

Hasn't the US been helping the UAE and the Saudis destroy Yemen recently?

 

That's okay ... they're all terrorists anyway.

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Politics has always been a rough business in this country. Add to that the fact that her loyalties are clearly divided an Maybe she should just go home.d she's bound to take some heat. Maybe she should just go home.

 

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2 minutes ago, Michaelf said:

Politics has always been a rough business in this country. Add to that the fact that her loyalties are clearly divided an Maybe she should just go home.d she's bound to take some heat. Maybe she should just go home.

 

There is no reason why she should leave. I don't see why being against Zionists makes anyone a bad American. She won't go home unless she loses an election and she won the last one with 77%. Minnesotans do not care much about Israel.

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43 minutes ago, Michaelf said:

Politics has always been a rough business in this country. Add to that the fact that her loyalties are clearly divided an Maybe she should just go home.d she's bound to take some heat. Maybe she should just go home.

 

 

The Republicans used to accuse JFK of being beholden to the Pope, because he was Catholic. BS then, BS now.

 

 

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48 minutes ago, Michaelf said:

Politics has always been a rough business in this country. Add to that the fact that her loyalties are clearly divided an Maybe she should just go home.d she's bound to take some heat. Maybe she should just go home.

 

I’m pretty sure we killed a lot more Muslims than Muslims killed Americans 

has that occurred to you

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“The President’s words weigh a ton, and his hateful and inflammatory rhetoric creates real danger,” Pelosi said.

 

 

Pelosi Asks for Extra Security for Ilhan Omar After Trump Tweet

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/pelosi-asks-for-extra-security-for-ilhan-omar-after-trump-tweet/ar-BBVVJg7?ocid=spartanntp

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(Bloomberg) -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday she’d asked the U.S. Capitol Police to provide more protection for Representative Ilhan Omar after President Donald Trump tweeted a video of the lawmaker intercut with images of the Sept. 11 terror attacks on the U.S. 

“The President’s words weigh a ton, and his hateful and inflammatory rhetoric creates real danger,” Pelosi said in a statement.

Pelosi demanded that Trump take down the post, which had been pinned at the top of his Twitter feed since Friday. By mid-afternoon the message had been removed, although at least one other anti-Omar retweet remained in Trump’s feed. And by then, the two-day-old video had been retweeted more than 86,000 times. 

Earlier, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on ABC’s “This Week” that Trump bears no “ill will” toward the Minnesota Democrat, who’s been subject to at least one recent death threat.

Pelosi said in her statement that “following the President’s tweet, I spoke with the Sergeant-at-Arms to ensure that Capitol Police are conducting a security assessment to safeguard Congresswoman Omar, her family and her staff.” 

In the latest incident, Trump posted a video to his 60 million Twitter followers that used a short snippet of an Omar speech followed by images of the burning Twin Towers in New York in 2001.

Asked on “Fox News Sunday” whether Trump is worried he was inciting violence against Muslims or Omar, 37, a Somali-American who immigrated with her family to the U.S. as a teenager after living in a Kenyan refugee camp, Sanders said no. Instead, she blamed Democrats for refusing “to call” Omar for what she termed anti-Semitic comments.

Not Ashamed

“Nothing could be further from the truth. The president is not trying to incite violence against anybody. He’s actually speaking out against it,” Sanders said on Fox. (wtf?-drvoke)

 

 

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6 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

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It has gotten to the point where this administration and certain media outlets could be charged with hate crimes. They are inciting hatred and creating a climate where violence is viewed as acceptable.

 

 

Fox News, New York Post and Donald Trump are contributing to a climate of vigilantism that threatens every Muslim in America today

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/apr/14/ilhan-omar-republicans-silence

(Full article at above link)

 

 

Here’s a question for you. Which American politician publicly referred to the terrorists who carried out the 9/11 attacks as “those folks who committed this act,” seemingly downplaying its horrors? Was it Minnesota representative Ilhan Omar? No. Try George W Bush.

Here’s another one. Which American politician publicly called Benjamin Netanyahu “your prime minister” while addressing a crowd of Jewish American supporters. Since the statement assumes Jewish Americans carry a dual loyalty to both Israel and the United States, you might assume it was Ilhan Omar, based on all we’ve been told about her. In fact, it was Donald Trump.

Or how about this. Who said that “the Stephen Miller approach to immigration has no viability”, adding that “Mr Miller is well known…for having views that are outside the mainstream,” suggesting Miller is in reality a political extremist who doesn’t belong in government? Was it Ilhan Omar? Wrong again. It was the Republican Senator Lindsey Graham. Over and over again, Ilhan Omar’s detractors misrepresent her words and intentions, accusing her of saying things she didn’t say or condemning her for things that have been said before, even by Republicans themselves. 

But the attacks continue. That’s why you could be forgiven for thinking that Ilhan Omar, one of the first two Muslim women ever elected to Congress, has said these – or even much worse – things. By now, she is accused so often of various speech and thought crimes that she almost seems like a figure in the Two Minutes Hate, the daily ritual used to whip party members into a frenzy in George Orwell’s novel 1984. In Orwell’s dystopia, the enemy of the people was the very Jewish-sounding Emmanuel Goldstein. If you believe some pundits, today’s enemy of the people is the very Muslim-looking Ilhan Omar.

Think I’m exaggerating? Consider how Ronna McDaniel, the head of the Republican National Committee, recently labeled Omar as “anti-American” on Twitter. Or then there’s Fox News’s Brian Kilmeade, who questioned Omar’s loyalty, saying “You have to wonder if she’s an American first.” (Kilmeade has since walked back his statement a tad.) A few weeks earlier and also on Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News, Jeanine Pirro questioned not just Omar’s loyalty to her country but really any hijab-observing woman’s allegiance to the United States. “Omar wears a hijab,” Pirro said, accusingly. “Is her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to sharia law, which in itself is antithetical to the United States constitution?” 

The allegations are baseless, but the attacks continue. The latest manufactured outrage derives from a speech Omar gave last month to the Los Angeles branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. As the Washington Post noted, Omar’s 23 March speech was broadcast live (including on Fox News Online), but became controversial only days ago. In one phrase of her 20-minute talk, which was focused on Muslim Americans and civil rights, Omar says “some people did something” when referring to the September 11 attacks. It’s abundantly clear by the context of the talk that Omar was saying that the actions of a few have distressingly enabled the threat to the civil rights of so many. To allege that Omar was minimizing the horrors of September 11 is to deliberately misconstrue the point of her comments. 

But that didn’t stop the New York Post from accusing Omar of precisely that. The cover of the Murdoch-owned tabloid had a picture of the Twin Towers in flames with the words “Here’s your something. 2,977 people dead by terrorism” plastered across the page, as if Omar herself is responsible for those deaths.

Appallingly, Donald Trump has now furthered the smear, tweeting a video linking Omar and the 9/11 attacks to his millions of followers.

This near daily vilification of Omar and distortion of her positions is not just politically problematic. It’s also dangerous.

 

 

 

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Typical perpetually angry MAGAt.

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, drvoke said:

It has gotten to the point where this administration and certain media outlets could be charged with hate crimes. They are inciting hatred and creating a climate where violence is viewed as acceptable.

 

 

Fox News, New York Post and Donald Trump are contributing to a climate of vigilantism that threatens every Muslim in America today

You've just spent the last 2+ years calling Trump a traitor, claiming he was colluding with, and working for Russia. 

Now you want this muslim bitch to play the victim because people hold her accountable for what she says. 

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6 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

She didn't downplay 9/11. That was Fake News. You didn't read the article in the OP.

 

A few excerpts:

 

Here’s a question for you. Which American politician publicly referred to the terrorists who carried out the 9/11 attacks as “those folks who committed this act,” seemingly downplaying its horrors? Was it Minnesota representative Ilhan Omar? No. Try George W Bush.
 
The allegations are baseless, but the attacks continue. The latest manufactured outrage derives from a speech Omar gave last month to the Los Angeles branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. As the Washington Post noted, Omar’s 23 March speech was broadcast live (including on Fox News Online), but became controversial only days ago. In one phrase of her 20-minute talk, which was focused on Muslim Americans and civil rights, Omar says “some people did something” when referring to the September 11 attacks. It’s abundantly clear by the context of the talk that Omar was saying that the actions of a few have distressingly enabled the threat to the civil rights of so many. To allege that Omar was minimizing the horrors of September 11 is to deliberately misconstrue the point of her comments. 

 

 

 

 

 

YOU really SUCK at "whataboutisms" there SHlTSTAIN!!
 

It was OMAR that downplayed 9/11 and did so in a manner that indicated SHE SUPPORTED the attacks.


GOOGLE is your friend. 

 

Try it.

 

 

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17 hours ago, harryramar said:

I’m pretty sure we killed a lot more Muslims than Muslims killed Americans 

has that occurred to you

 

Way to go, Hairy!

Way to go.

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22 hours ago, drvoke said:

It has gotten to the point where this administration and certain media outlets could be charged with hate crimes. They are inciting hatred and creating a climate where violence is viewed as acceptable.

 

 

 

By using her own words?

 

She said what she said, and she knew what she was saying.     If her words are hurting her, then maybe she should never have said them.

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22 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

Related image

 

 

It has gotten to the point where this administration and certain media outlets could be charged with hate crimes. They are inciting hatred and creating a climate where violence is viewed as acceptable.

 

 

Fox News, New York Post and Donald Trump are contributing to a climate of vigilantism that threatens every Muslim in America today

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/apr/14/ilhan-omar-republicans-silence

(Full article at above link)

 

 

Here’s a question for you. Which American politician publicly referred to the terrorists who carried out the 9/11 attacks as “those folks who committed this act,” seemingly downplaying its horrors? Was it Minnesota representative Ilhan Omar? No. Try George W Bush.

Here’s another one. Which American politician publicly called Benjamin Netanyahu “your prime minister” while addressing a crowd of Jewish American supporters. Since the statement assumes Jewish Americans carry a dual loyalty to both Israel and the United States, you might assume it was Ilhan Omar, based on all we’ve been told about her. In fact, it was Donald Trump.

Or how about this. Who said that “the Stephen Miller approach to immigration has no viability”, adding that “Mr Miller is well known…for having views that are outside the mainstream,” suggesting Miller is in reality a political extremist who doesn’t belong in government? Was it Ilhan Omar? Wrong again. It was the Republican Senator Lindsey Graham. Over and over again, Ilhan Omar’s detractors misrepresent her words and intentions, accusing her of saying things she didn’t say or condemning her for things that have been said before, even by Republicans themselves. 

But the attacks continue. That’s why you could be forgiven for thinking that Ilhan Omar, one of the first two Muslim women ever elected to Congress, has said these – or even much worse – things. By now, she is accused so often of various speech and thought crimes that she almost seems like a figure in the Two Minutes Hate, the daily ritual used to whip party members into a frenzy in George Orwell’s novel 1984. In Orwell’s dystopia, the enemy of the people was the very Jewish-sounding Emmanuel Goldstein. If you believe some pundits, today’s enemy of the people is the very Muslim-looking Ilhan Omar.

Think I’m exaggerating? Consider how Ronna McDaniel, the head of the Republican National Committee, recently labeled Omar as “anti-American” on Twitter. Or then there’s Fox News’s Brian Kilmeade, who questioned Omar’s loyalty, saying “You have to wonder if she’s an American first.” (Kilmeade has since walked back his statement a tad.) A few weeks earlier and also on Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News, Jeanine Pirro questioned not just Omar’s loyalty to her country but really any hijab-observing woman’s allegiance to the United States. “Omar wears a hijab,” Pirro said, accusingly. “Is her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to sharia law, which in itself is antithetical to the United States constitution?” 

The allegations are baseless, but the attacks continue. The latest manufactured outrage derives from a speech Omar gave last month to the Los Angeles branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. As the Washington Post noted, Omar’s 23 March speech was broadcast live (including on Fox News Online), but became controversial only days ago. In one phrase of her 20-minute talk, which was focused on Muslim Americans and civil rights, Omar says “some people did something” when referring to the September 11 attacks. It’s abundantly clear by the context of the talk that Omar was saying that the actions of a few have distressingly enabled the threat to the civil rights of so many. To allege that Omar was minimizing the horrors of September 11 is to deliberately misconstrue the point of her comments. 

But that didn’t stop the New York Post from accusing Omar of precisely that. The cover of the Murdoch-owned tabloid had a picture of the Twin Towers in flames with the words “Here’s your something. 2,977 people dead by terrorism” plastered across the page, as if Omar herself is responsible for those deaths.

Appallingly, Donald Trump has now furthered the smear, tweeting a video linking Omar and the 9/11 attacks to his millions of followers.

This near daily vilification of Omar and distortion of her positions is not just politically problematic. It’s also dangerous.

 

 

 

Image result for "Ilhan Omar" flag

 

 

Typical perpetually angry MAGAt.

 

 

OK...you got me.  Yer just kidding right?

 

Remember all the death threats against Trump?

Remember the Antifa who randomly attack conservatives.

 

Please tell me yer kidding drvoke...or I may have to call in the guys with the white coats.  ;)

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22 hours ago, Z09 said:

Hey drvoke...

Didn't a Sanders supporter try to murder a few republicans a couple years back?

 

And it wasn't an internet threat either..

It was real

Does drvoke have a screw loose?

 

Sometimes he almost seems normal...but I'm worried about him this time.  

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22 hours ago, chairmanOFTB said:

So Omar and her supporters can threaten or approve of other people being harmed but when it's directed at her it should be a national tragedy and an investigation?

Where did Ilhan Omar threaten anyone (or approve of them being harmed)?  That didn't happen.

 

 

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21 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

She didn't downplay 9/11. That was Fake News. You didn't read the article in the OP.

 

A few excerpts:

 

Here’s a question for you. Which American politician publicly referred to the terrorists who carried out the 9/11 attacks as “those folks who committed this act,” seemingly downplaying its horrors? Was it Minnesota representative Ilhan Omar? No. Try George W Bush.
 
The allegations are baseless, but the attacks continue. The latest manufactured outrage derives from a speech Omar gave last month to the Los Angeles branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. As the Washington Post noted, Omar’s 23 March speech was broadcast live (including on Fox News Online), but became controversial only days ago. In one phrase of her 20-minute talk, which was focused on Muslim Americans and civil rights, Omar says “some people did something” when referring to the September 11 attacks. It’s abundantly clear by the context of the talk that Omar was saying that the actions of a few have distressingly enabled the threat to the civil rights of so many. To allege that Omar was minimizing the horrors of September 11 is to deliberately misconstrue the point of her comments. 

 

 

 

 

Should Maxine Waters be put in prison?

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