BREAKING: Ilhan Omar REMOVED from Foreign Affairs Committee

"Rep. Omar certainly has made mistakes. She has used antisemitic tropes."

Joshua Young North Carolina

On Thursday, Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar, who has a long history of anti-Semitic remarks, was removed from her position on the House Foreign Affairs Committee in a 218 to 2011 party-line vote. 

Fox News Correspondent Chad Pergram tweeted, "The House has voted to remove Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) from the Foreign Affairs Committee. The vote was 218 to 211 with one member voting 'present.'" 

In November, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said he intended to remove Omar due to her history of antisemitic comments.

Minority leader Hakeem Jeffries acknowledged this history on Thursday and said, "Rep. Omar certainly has made mistakes. She has used antisemitic tropes." 

Omer was elected to Congress in 2018, and in her long history of using antisemitic tropes has compared the boycotting of the Jewish state of Israel to the boycotting of Nazis.

"BREAKING: After years of unapologetic antisemitism and a startling lack of judgment on foreign policy, Democrat Ilhan Omar has been removed from the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Every Democrat opposed it," tweeted RNCResearch.

A move to remove Omar began in 2021 after the Democrat-led Congress removed GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said in a press conference that the removal was a "political stunt" and a "disservice to the American people."

New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said on the House floor "this is about targeting women of color" and slammed her notepad on the lecturn.


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