Hundreds Protest as Ilhan Omar Fund Raises for The Muslim Brotherhood’s CAIR


Hundreds of protesters appeared at a CAIR event titled Un-Apologetic US Building Muslim Power for 2020 and Beyond. CAIR has been labeled a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates and was an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Fund, used to raise money for terrorists.

CAIR, like Hamas, was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood, that is a terrorist organization by many nations. The protesters were countered by about a dozen pro-terrorist protesters, shouting Nazis at the Patriots. It’s the Muslims who want to kill the Jews like Hitler did, not the Patriots.

Both Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib have been raising money for CAIR and the terrorists.

From Fox News

Outspoken Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar was the keynote speaker at a fundraiser for the Washington chapter of the Council On American Islamic Relations (CAIR) on Saturday, May 25th. Yes, Memorial Day weekend. Despite the rain that persisted into the evening, a group of pro Trump patriots organized a protestout front of the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue, just across the street from Microsoft headquarters, across a lake from Seattle. Their protest was countered by a small group of low energy, burned out hippies, who were mostly all white, screaming “RACIST” and all of the other usual rhetoric at the pro Trump side, which featured several Jews, blacks, Asians, young and old, straight and gay.

One of the Patriots describes himself as a queer Jew, and was somehow called a nazi by the Ilhan Omar supporters, while a Jewish woman who had escaped Communism explains why she’s standing up to Ilhan Omar’s anti-Semitism.

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