VIDEO: Ilhan Omar's Daughter Calls American Soldiers "Bitches" Who Are "Killing Innocent Children"

VIDEO: Ilhan Omar’s Daughter Calls American Soldiers “Bitches” Who Are “Killing Innocent Children”


In a livestream on TikTok, Representative Ilhan Omar's daughter called American soldiers "bitches" who are "furthering American imperialism" and "actively killing innocent children abroad."

This leads us to raise the question: where does she get these views?

Is she being taught to think this way at school?

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Or are these views shared by her mother, a representative in Congress?

Or even worse… could it be both?

Fortunately, conservative activist CJ Pearson was able to catch the livestream on TikTok and record it.

He posted it on his Twitter account for everyone to see.

Watch it below:

CJ Pearson's tweet got the attention of Isra Hirsi, Ilhan Omar's daughter.

She retweeted Pearson's original video and claimed that her words were "clearly satire."

See Isra's claim below:

This isn't the first time that Ilhan Omar's daughter has been in the spotlight for questionable views.

Isra has been in the spotlight for fighting against climate change.

However, what makes Isra's stance on climate change notable is how she's connecting it to black lives and the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

The Root has more details on Isra's climate change activism:

Teen activists from Johannesburg to Los Angeles are striking today to demand the world take action on climate change. Among the organizers is Isra Hirsi, co-founder of the U.S. Youth Climate Strike and daughter of Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.

As Vice writes in a recent profile of the 16-year-old organizer, Isra helped launch the U.S. Youth Climate Strike the same month her mother took office. And though she feels like she came to climate issues “really really late in the game” (at the age of 15, she says), Isra is drawn to the issue for how it disproportionately affects communities of color. However, it is persistently framed as a “white [issue]” she noted.

White-led environmental groups helped contribute to that belief, she said. “[They’re] talking about how much they love grass and their lakes—I can’t connect with you on that.”

It wasn’t until the last year that her feelings began to change.

From Vice:

At the time, climate activism didn’t feel that important to her, relative to other issues—partially because it was never framed that way. “Gun control and climate change are [considered] white issues,” she said when I met with her in Minneapolis, “Black lives, police brutality, whatever, are not.”

It wasn’t until she joined a high school environmental club during her freshman year that she learned how, at its core, climate change affects communities of color the most. Black people, for example, are almost twice as likely as other residents to die during a heatwave in Los Angeles due to segregation and a lower likelihood of having access to air conditioners. And a 2018 report by the EPA found that people of color are much more likely to live in communities affected by environmental pollutants, as well as more likely to develop health complications as a result.

That climate change will impact the world’s most vulnerable communities first is well-established; in the last two years, Hurricane Maria’s devastating path through Puerto Rico emphasized the specific challenges that arise when structural inequality and racism are met with natural disasters. But as The Root’s Jessica Moulite outlined in a 2017 series, climate change is already restructuring and displacing black communities without the presence of weather catastrophes.

One would think that climate change impacts everyone on the planet the exact same way -- since we all inhabit and share the exact same resources that the planet provides.

However, Isra claims that natural disasters impact minority communities worse due to racism.

Fortunately, there were many Twitter users willing to call out Isra.

This isn't the first time that Omar or someone in her family has been accused of anti-American sentiments.

A lawsuit against Omar filed by a Pasco county resident resulted in claims that she was recruited and funded by the Qatar government.

Local Fox 13 Tampa Bay reports:

A lawsuit filed in Central Florida has triggered accusations that the government of Qatar is recruiting American politicians to serve its interests.

These accusations stem from the case of Pasco County resident Matthew Pittard, who levels some strong accusations. He worked for the brother of the emir of Qatar, whom Pittard claims was an abusive boss.

While the litigation proceeds in a Florida court, Pittard’s attorney, Rebecca Castaneda, deposed others who had interactions with the emir’s brother and Qatari officials. One of them, Canadian businessman Alan Bender, claimed senior Qatari officials asked him to recruit Americans who they could help finance into elective office, who in turn could serve the political interests of Qatar.

Bender claimed Qatari officials said they already have one such asset, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN).

In the deposition, Bender claimed three Qatari officials told him they “recruited Ilhan Omar from even way before she thought about becoming a government official.…They groomed her and arranged the foundation, the grounds, for her to get into politics way before she even showed interest. They convinced her.”

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These claims have not been verified.

However, it does underscore the point that Omar has been consistently under fire for questionable views on foreign policy.

And if her daughter's TikTok livestream has anything to say about it, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

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