Democrat Congresswoman Ilhan Omar was saved from Somalia after fleeing as a refugee and eventually ending up in the United States. She arrived at the age of 10 and was elected to represent Minnesota's 5th congressional district in 2018.
But Omar's track record before and after she became a congresswoman is troubling and centers on attacking America while glorifying enemies of the United States. After all, she described 9/11 as "some people did something" during a speech to the Islamic radical group CAIR earlier this year.
Fox News' Tucker Carlson has taken notice of Omar's behavior and is calling her out for it.
"Our country rescued Ilhan Omar from the single worst place on earth, we didn't do it to get rich, in fact it cost us money. We did it because we are kind people. How did Ilhan Omar respond to the remarkable gift we gave her? She scolded us and called us names. She showed us with contempt. It's infuriating but more than that, it's also ominous," Carlson said on his show Wednesday night.
"Omar may be from another country but she learned young that crying racism pays. The bigger question is, who taught her that? She didn't arrive from a Kenyan refugee camp announcing people as bigots for a political campaign. She wasn't always a professional victim. That is learned behavior," he continued.
As mentioned, Omar wants Carlson's show off the air but won't directly refute his arguments. In the meantime, he'll continue to tell the truth about her behavior.