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WATCH: Anti-Semitic Dem Flips Out On CNN Reporter After He Asks About Trump

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John Salvatore

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Are you serious?

What’s wrong with you?

CNN reporter Manu Raju just wanted a simple answer about a tweet sent by anti-Semitic Democrat Ilhan Omar (MN) regarding President Trump.

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Instead, Ilhan lashed out before storming off.

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Here’s the tweet Raju is referencing:

Raju tweeted after the interview:

Rep. Ilhan Omar in no mood to talk about her controversies this week. First, she said: “No thank you” when asked to comment on Trump saying she should resign. Second time I saw her, she yelled: “Are you serious?” when I tried to question her.

Asked about her tweet this AM attacking Trump for trafficking in hate, she angrily said: “Yes I tweeted, and there’s a response. You can run that. Have a nice day.” And she walked into a meeting

Before I even got my question out the second time I saw her, Ilhan Omar angrily said: “Are you serious? What’s wrong with you.”

Vice President Mike Pence gave his two cents on Omar, per Mediaite:

Vice President Mike Pence suggested Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) should resign from the House Foreign Affairs Committee and said “those who engage in anti-Semitic tropes” should face consequences.

“[Omar’s] tweets were a disgrace & her apology was inadequate. Anti-Semitism has no place in the United States Congress, much less the Foreign Affairs Committee,” Pence wrote, days after Omar tweeted “it’s all about the Benjamins” while commenting on AIPAC’s political influence. “Those who engage in anti-Semitic tropes should not just be denounced, they should face consequences for their words.”

President Trump, too, says Omar needs to step down.

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Senate Minoirty Leader Chuck Schumer, who is Jewish, got in on the fun, as well…

Omar shows no shame after responding to a series of tweets from journalist Glenn Greenwald.

LOOK:

Enter Omar with the anti-Semitic sterotype:

If not blatantly obvious to the untrained eye, here’s the problem with her tweet:

“It’s all about the Benjamins baby,” Rep. Omar said, a reference to Jewish people and money. A typical antisemitic stereotype.

She then retweeted a “hook-nosed” tweet:

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In 2016, nine Minnesota men were charged with plotting to join ISIS.

Omar, who has blasted Israel for a good long while and has been photographed with some questionable personalities (as you’ll see below), asked the judge to show “compassion.”

Compassion for men who want to join ISIS, huh?

Wild.

From Fox 9:

The 9 Minnesota men charged with planning to join ISIS are scheduled to be sentenced next week. Ahead of those court dates, 13 letters were sent to Judge Michael Davis in the case of defendant Abdirahman Yasin Daud, including a letter from state Rep. Ilhan Omar, who on Election Night became with first elected Somali-American lawmaker in the nation.

Rep. Omar asked Judge Davis for “compassion” and a “restorative approach to justice,” concluding that “this ruling can set a precedent and has the potential to be a landmark case in addressing extremism.”

In 2012, Ilhan Omar tweeted about the “evil doings of Israel.”

She may not have imagined she’d one day be elected to Congress, forced to answer for her words.

The tweet:

 

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