March 15, 2024

Squad Members Rip CNN Analyst Over Ilhan Omar Comments

An analyst has the Squad very upset over comments made on CNN about Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN).

Scott Jennings, a Republican, referred to Omar as a “public relations agent for Hamas.”

As we would expect, the Squad came to her defense, calling Jennings' comments “racist.”

Can’t Say That

Jennings obliterated Omar during the segment, and I am actually surprised that CNN has not already issued a statement that Jennings was terminated…

It is not often you hear something so blatantly honest on CNN, and I am sure the rest of that panel was horrified by what he said, but he was not off the mark.

I have made my position very clear on this subject.

Since Palestine has not offered to help Israel remove Hamas from its borders, and it gave Hamas Gaza to rule, in my eyes, that makes Palestine a terror state.

To that point, those backing Palestine are backing terrorists. So, while he was being a bit dramatic in his statement, was he really wrong? I don’t think so.

But the Squad sure did, with Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) leading the charge.

He stated, “Comments like this, especially on national news, are extremely dangerous and fuel anti-muslim hate crimes.

“CNN should never have him on again! This hatred is unacceptable and cannot be normalized.”

AOC also chimed in, posting, “How on earth is this kind of blatant Islamophobia so casually accepted without pushback?

“This is shocking.”

What is shocking to me is that we have members of Congress pushing all the responsibility for a cease-fire on Israel rather than calling out Palestine and Hamas.

Let’s remember… a cease-fire WAS in place through October 6. It was Hamas that conducted an unprovoked terror attack against Israel on October 7, kidnapping women, children, and the elderly, as well as raping and humiliating women by parading them through Palestine after the attack.

There is only one side that can be taken in this, and it surely is not that of Palestine.

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