MSNBC Guest — Crenshaw Took Omar's Statement ‘Out of Context’ in ‘Order to Generate More Death Threats’

Democrats are sidestepping the tragedy of 9/11 and how flippant Rep. Ilhan Omar was toward the Muslims that enacted said tragedy to defend her with a bullhorn because they have nothing else.

They can't win on the economy, jobs, foreign policy, building the wall issues, so they run to the emotional war front to defend Omar and the rest of her Marxist Caucus when they spout anti-American rhetoric.

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The only thing happening here is that when Omar and her sisters in crime speak, which is their 1st amendment right, they get responses they don't like, and that's where the rubber hits the road. Somewhere along the line, Democrats, who do not practice logic and common sense, lost the realization that if you say something that doesn't play well with others, they have a right to respond.

Democrats like Zerlina Maxwell, SiriusXM’s senior director of Progressive Programming, ties in the responses as a form of inciting violence against Omar which is so far from the truth. How are they dismissing Omar and her buddies rhetoric as not inciting violence? It's plain to see.

Here is what started everything:

https://twitter.com/Imamofpeace/status/1115454942536327168

Here are Maxwell's statements from the video below:

We need to clearly and unequivocally support Ilhan Omar. And Donald Trump, the President of these United States, is putting her life in danger on purpose. It’s not like he’s accidentally doing this. He’s purposely and intentionally putting her life in danger.”

“At this moment we need to speak up for Ilhan Omar and defend her. She’s a mother with children and now her life is in danger,”

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“She apologized and I think that she meant it. And I think that we need to be fair in our critiques instead of being like Dan Crenshaw, who legitimately took her way out of context and then puts his hands up today and acts like he doesn’t know why this happened and why everybody is attacking her now, when he actually ginned up this hate against her,”

“The idea that people are so naive they couldn’t expect that, you know, she would get an increase in death threats when they’re taking her words out of context on purpose in order to generate more death threats, I think that’s where we need to put more scrutiny on those folks and their words.”

“So I would say, Alex, we should look at what Dan Crenshaw said and maybe analyze his words and hopefully he will be more careful and with what he is saying in the future.”

Four minutes of straight emotion is hard for anyone to swallow, but when it's dipped in lies, accusation, and innuendos, then it's easy to carve through the ignorance straight to the stupidity.

For Democrats not to slap down Omar and her besties for their anti-American rhetoric is unheard of and then to attack Americans for responding is double crazy. We have to continue to speak up and not be punked into silence just because their emotion has a bigger platform.

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Comment by Bonnie Somer on April 15, 2019 at 4:34am

omar knew what she said she is a/o america hater

crenshaw fought for this country whose word would u take.

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