It all started with a single Tweet: "AIPAC!"
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC, has been in a downward spiral ever since Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) called out their undue influence over American politicians. Since then, further call outs about dual loyalty have ensued, receiving a response from Jonathan Greenblatt.
Is Ilhan Omar our greatest ally? More so than $1,000 most likely.
David Duke attracted the ire of the Israel First media, when he said Omar is now the "most important member of the U.S. Congress," for standing up to the Israel Lobby despite internal pressure from Democrats.
Duke had Erik Striker on his show to talk about Omar's struggle.
Matthew Boyle at Breitbart admitted to listening to the podcast.
Duke tweets a link to his website where he says he discusses why he believes Omar is the “most important member of the US Congress” now in an hour-long radio segment. But during the overtly anti-Semitic hour-long segment, he does not specifically mention Omar–he just repeatedly bashes “Zionists,” rips the United States for having “unleashed Jewish power,” attacks “Jewish influence in government” and “Jewish elite control over media.”
There has been so much activity over Omar criticizing Israel, that it has become somewhat difficult to keep track of it all, but the usual suspects are out in full force trying to take her down a peg.
Such as the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA).
The recent uproar also included remarks by Meghan McCain, the daughter of Assad curse victim John McCain, who literally cried on air about Omar's criticisms of Israel being "scary."
Anime Right News calls on Ilhan Omar to expose Genie Energy and Ira Greenstein.