Senator Lindsey Graham doesn’t always see eye to eye with President Trump.
But in the case of ‘The Squad’ of four Democrat Congresswomen, who have been facing off against the President in recent days, Graham believes he and Trump are united in their thoughts about one of them in particular.
Graham targeted Rep. Ilhan Omar in a pair of tweets where he laid out three problems he sees within her, that President Trump most likely has witnessed as well…and it doesn’t have anything to do with where she is from.
“Like me, President Trump’s problem with Congresswoman Ilhan Omar isn’t where she’s from but the way she:
*Belittles our country,
*Shows sympathy for those who tried to join ISIS to kill Americans,
Advocates boycotting our close ally, Israel, comparing it to Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union.”
In her case and all others – it’s not where you are from — it is what you say and what you believe. See Below
Lindsey Graham’s Official Tweet
▶️ Advocates boycotting our close ally, Israel, comparing it to Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union.
In her case and all others – it’s not where you are from — it is what you say and what you believe.
This is why we have elections.
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) July 18, 2019
Omar, who has not apologized for making prior anti-Semitic remarks, sparked outrage this week after helping to push a resolution supporting the right of people to participate in the anti-Semitic and anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
According to Fox News, “Omar’s resolution opposes laws banning any boycott of Israel and supports the right of Americans to organize boycotts of other countries. Although the resolution doesn’t specifically name Israel, Omar has told reporters it is directed against the Jewish state.”
In ending, here is video of Rep. Lee Zeldin hitting back at Omar’s use of the word “honesty” to describe the Palestinian-led BDS movement against Israel.