White House: Ilhan Omar and The Squad Believe USA is Evil
White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley blasted Rep. Ilhan Omar’s statements that the nation should be more fearful of white men than Islamic jihadists.
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“I would say our country should be more fearful of white men across our country because they are actually causing most of the deaths within this country,” Omar told Al Jazeera in 2018. “We should be profiling, monitoring and and creating policies to fight the radicalization of white men.”
“She says things like that on a routine basis – not just you know – mocking this country but she truly believes as do the members of The Squad that this country is not just evil but that it is the cause of so many problems around the world,” Gidley said.
Omar’s Policies Clearly Anti-Semitic
He pointed out that Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been pushing a movement opposed to boycotting Israel while Omar has been pushing a pro-BDS movement.
“It is clearly anti-Semitic,” Gidley said.
“This whole sentiment that is clearly anti-American – their repeated anti-Semitic comments directed at the Jewish people — at Israel — it has no place in American politics today,” he said.
Gidley said President Trump loves America and he simply did not like the direction the nation was heading under President Obama.
“That’s why he ran,” Gidley said. “Millions and millions and millions of Americans agree with him. That’s why he’s now in the Oval Office.”
Gidley told Starnes that “the more and more you see from the squad the less and less people like the direction the Democrats are headed.”