Old Video shows Rep Ilhan Omar Giggling through Interview about Al Qaeda

Somali-Muslim Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is a shining example of America’s broken immigration, refugee and foreign admissions programs. She’s been under fire during her first term as a Congresswoman for her repeated attacks against Jewish Americans. More recently, she spoke at a fundraiser for the terror-tied organization CAIR, in which she stated that ‘some people did something’ on 9/11. Yeah. Nice going.

Omar’s refugee fairytale is filled with half-truths that no one in the media bothers to look into. For example, her parents were strong supporters of General Mohamed Siad Barre, the brutal communist dictator who ruled Somali with an iron fist after assassinating the country’s president in 1969. In other words, Omar’s parents were the bad guys in her refugee fairytale, and they had to flee the country during an uprising in 1991 in order to avoid being ripped to shreds by the oppressed people of Somalia. That nation has been a failed state ever since then (see the movie “Black Hawk Down” from the Somali Tourism Council if you have any questions about this).

Despite being the villains of the story, Ilhan Omar’s family won the golden ticket and got to come to America as “refugees” — because their neighbors back home wanted them to face justice. Why are they even here in the first place? Oh, right, because we are the “stupid country” when it comes to immigration.

Anyway, as part of her efforts to fit right in and prove that she’s just as “American” as you are, here’s a video of Ilhan Omar giggling about those zany, madcap comedians in Al Qaeda.


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