Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar has come forward to defend a black hate group who accosted the Covington Catholic High School Teens.
“-The boys were protesting a woman’s right to choose & yelled ‘it’s not rape if you enjoy it’
“-They were taunting 5 Black men before they surrounded Phillips and led racist chants
-“Sandmann’s family hired a right-wing PR firm to write his non-apology,” she wrote.
She deleted the tweet after it was pointed out to her that near everything she wrote was a provable lie.
The group she defended is designated as a hate group the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Since 2000, when the prophecy of a key leader failed to materialize (he predicted Christ would return to Earth at the dawn of the new millennium to wreak bloody vengeance on white people), the rhetoric of extremist Hebrew Israelites sects has been steadily heating up, with increasing talk of an impending apocalypse and God-ordained race war. At the same time, a magnetic young leader, who counts among his disciples the lead singer of a top-selling R&B group, emerged and rapidly expanded a movement that was previously concentrated in black inner-city neighborhoods on the East Coast. There are now extremist Hebrew Israelite churches in cities throughout Florida, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Oregon.
Confrontations between Hebrew Israelite street preachers and their perceived enemies are growing uglier and gaining increasing attention through video clips circulated to legions of viewers on websites like YouTube. The Israelite School of Universal Practical Knowledge, a sect that is the Israelite Church’s main rival, has its own YouTube “channel,” or video sharing distribution networks, with over 500 subscribers. One recently circulated Israelite School video, which has been viewed more than 26,000 times, shows a group of robed street preachers harassing a white woman until she bursts into tears. Another shows the preachers applauding as a white man kneels down to kiss the boots of “the prophets of God” while begging forgiveness for the sins of his race.
In yet another video, a preacher of the Israelite School, a man who identifies himself as General Mayakaahla Ka, offers this stark prediction for the future of the white race: “Every white person who doesn’t get killed by Christ when he returns is going into slavery!”
Far-left Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) defends the Black Hebrew Israelites, which even the Southern Poverty Law Center says is a *hate group*
The group called the Covington Catholic HS boys:
-"Child molesting f**gots"
-"Dirty a*s crackers"
-"Future school shooters"
-"Incest babies" https://t.co/9C3M0lKpww
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 23, 2019
There is a lot of misinformation and outright #FakeNews in this tweet, but perhaps most egregiously: How nice of sitting U.S. congresswoman @IlhanMN to casually characterize members of the Black Hebrew Israelites—an overtly racist, supremacist cult—as merely "5 Black men." https://t.co/5eqPdfRkOT
— Josh Hammer (@josh_hammer) January 23, 2019
I was too generous before. These are outright lies by a member of Congress who's already smeared Lindsey Graham as compromised with no evidence after less than a month in office. I'm sure mainstream media folks will hold her accountable. Facts First! https://t.co/0tz1ch9EmB
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) January 23, 2019
I don't know about the first claim. The second claim is ridiculously, manifestly, embarrassingly false. Shame on you. https://t.co/EHHN6eHTKP
— Robby Soave (@robbysoave) January 23, 2019
Democrats protecting homophobic hate groups.
Is this not proof they are being corrupted? https://t.co/HMKvqUZb3G
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) January 23, 2019
Spreading outright lies knowing that if anyone calls you out you’ll be able to blame sexism and bigotry is the thing for freshman Dem congresswomen I guess https://t.co/db69W0db7h
— Allie Beth Stuckey (@conservmillen) January 23, 2019
Guys, take it easy, it's more important to be morally correct than factually correct https://t.co/W3h3XYqMBU
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) January 23, 2019
— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) January 23, 2019