Ilhan Omar can always be counted on to support the terrorists over Americans. She doesn’t like the idea that we check the social media accounts of those who want to come to this country. There was a woman that entered the United States on a K-1 visa, which is a fiancee’s visa. She had social media posts that were hidden, as she used a fake name. But, those posts showed support for violent jihad and one post that said she wanted to participate in violent jihad. Later, she and her husband went to a party where they killed 14 people and wounded another 21 in San Bernardino, California. I am talking about Tashfeen Malik.
Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar said in social media post Monday night that law enforcement vetting immigrants social media profiles is a form of “fascism.”
“Make no mistake: This is fascism in action,” Rep. Omar tweeted. “There’s no guarantee that the Trump administration won’t weaponize immigrants’ political views against them by denying entry.”
Omar has strongly criticized the Trump administration over its record on immigration.
The Minnesota politician has previously claimed that President Trump’s use of the term illegal “alien” is meant to dehumanize illegal immigrants.
“No one is an ‘alien.’ This is family separation on a massive scale,” she said in June in response to a Trump tweet.Loading...
“Dehumanizing immigrants and tearing apart families will not make us any stronger. It will only destroy lives, traumatize children, and make our country less safe.”
No one is an “alien.”
This is family separation on a massive scale.
Dehumanizing immigrants and tearing apart families will not make us any stronger. It will only destroy lives, traumatize children, and make our country less safe. https://t.co/a8q9YV3AGX
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) June 18, 2019
“We should do what any other country does, by dealing with this situation in a serious way. So we have to bring in the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees, an agency that has the expertise and the training to handle massive flows of refugees humanely,” she said last month.