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Ilhan Omar on Verge of Tears after Getting Heckled by Her Own Base

'I am sorry, you all aren’t “anti war protesters”, you are dangerous propagandists who are literally making a mockery of the anti war movement...'

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., choked back tears on Thursday as she defended herself from furious constituents who condemned her vote to fund Ukraine in its war with Russia.

At her town hall event, Omar heard resistance from progressives voters who expected her to be an “anti-war” Democrat.

Omar justified her vote to bankroll the Globalist American Empire’s war machine with appeals to dying children. Then she called the anti-war protesters “dangerous” Russian “propagandists.”

Far-left Democrats, who once resisted the Military–Industrial Complex, caved to the Democratic Party’s dominant neoconservative, pro-war wing this week.

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Omar and the Progressive Caucus—in rare agreement with the America First movement—know what happens when the United States gets involved in foreign wars, yet she let her desire to keep power sway her vote.

Thirty representatives in the Congressional Progressive Caucus sent a letter to President Joe Biden that urged him to open peace negotations in the Russo-Ukrainian war. But after pushback, the Progressive Caucus withdrew the letter.

Two weeks ago, Progressive Democrats shouted down Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., for fueling the Russo-Ukrainian War and bringing the world closer to nuclear conflict.

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Omar, who once loved to criticize American foreign policy, also denounced protesters who claim, with abundant evidence, that the United States shares blame for the conflict because it has been pushing Ukraine to join NATO despite Russia’s legitimate objections.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has long maintained that Russia cannot tolerate a nation dominated by the United States and NATO on its border.

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