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Ilhan Omar Mocked for Her Hateful Response to a Video of Christians Singing Gospel Music on a Plane

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Ilhan Omar is a miserable human being.

That much should be clear to everyone.

However, if you needed a reminder, Omar just provided you with one.

On her Twitter account, Omar responded with outrage to a video of Christians singing gospel music on a plane:

“I think my family and I should have a prayer session next time I am on a plane. How do you think it will end?” Omar tweeted.

Omar was immediately called out for her hateful rhetoric on Twitter, with many claiming that her comments were out of line.

Additionally, others provided evidence that she was wrong in insinuating that she couldn’t get away with praying on a plane herself.

This vile woman just cannot contain her hatred for America or Christianity..

Fox News has more on Omar’s response to the video, which has caused a wave of backlash on social media:

Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., expressed outrage over a video of Christians singing on a plane, leading many Republicans to attack her for what they suggested was anti-Christian bigotry.

Omar shared a video Saturday evening in which a worship leader with a guitar sings Christian worship music on an airplane.

“I think my family and I should have a prayer session next time I am on a plane,” Omar, who is Muslim, wrote with the video. “How do you think it will end?”

Here was Omar’s response to the uplifting video:

Daily Mail has the latest on Omar’s hatred for Christianity and America, and the backlash that followed:

Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar has been mocked for criticizing a video of passengers singing on a place as part of an Easter celebration on Holy Saturday.

Footage from the flight showed Christians singing gospel music ‘30,000 feet in the air’ in a video that has sparked a debate about the nature of worship online.

Omar, who is Muslim, retweeted the clip saying: ‘I think my family and I should have a prayer session next time I am on a plane. How do you think it will end?’

Vernon Jones, a Democrat-turned Republican politician and staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump, slammed Omar over the tweet, asking: ‘Why do you hate Christians, Ilhan?’

Cicely Davis, a candidate in the GOP primary in Minnesota, said Islamic prayers on a plane were ‘no problem’ and claimed ‘the issue is you hate Christians & Jews & lots of Muslims’.

Another Minnesota candidate, Royce White, told Omar not to ‘disrespect Christianity’ and warned ‘the Democrats you serve don’t believe in God’.

Omar has received plenty of criticism for her hateful response:


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