AOC Defends Omar, Tells SEAL Crenshaw “Why Don’t You Go Do Something” About Domestic Terrorists

AOC Defends Omar, Tells SEAL Crenshaw "Why Don't You Go Do Something" About Domestic Terrorists 2
Socialist Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) told former Navy SEAL and Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw (R) to “go do something” about domestic terrorism after the war veteran called out Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) for her despicable comments about 9/11.

Taking to Twitter, Ocasio-Cortez told Crenshaw–who served in the Navy SEALs for 10 years and lost his eye after an IED attack–“In 2018, right-wing extremists were behind almost ALL US domestic terrorist killings. Why don’t you go do something about that?”

Crenshaw criticized Omar earlier this week after it was revealed that the congresswoman described the September 11th attacks as “some people did something” at a recent CAIR event.

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On Tuesday, Crenshaw wrote on Twitter, “First Member of Congress to ever describe terrorists who killed thousands of Americans on 9/11 as “some people who did something”. Unbelievable.”

Omar’s comments sparked outrage across the country, and yesterday, the front page of the New York Post slammed the congresswoman for her dismissive remarks.

The newspaper featured a devastating photograph of the World Trade Center Towers along with the headline, “Here is your something.” The secondary headline reads, “2,977 people dead by terrorism.”

Since her comments went viral, Omar defended herself, telling Late Show host Stephen Colbert ‘I took an oath – I took an oath to the Constitution. I am as American as everyone else is.”  She also lamented the “double standards” she faces and claims she is discriminated against for her Islamic faith.

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) also came to Omar’s defense, claiming her colleague’s words were taken out of context in a “pure racist act.”

Speaking to MSNBC, Tlaib said, “They do that all the time, especially women of color, they take our words out of context because they’re afraid because we speak truth, we speak truth to power. This is just pure racist act,” she said.

“My sister, Ilhan Omar, what she was talking about, was uplifting people by supporting their civil liberties and civil rights,” Tlaib added. “She has always, always condemned any strategy, especially of a person directly impacted by a refugee herself.”

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“The fact that people are taking [Omar’s] words out of context and endangering the life of Rep. Omar is immoral, it’s wrong, and it needs to be called out by many colleagues in saying they need to stop, stop targeting her this way,” she continued. “It’s absolutely putting her life in danger.”

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