Ilhan Omar forgot the number one rule, don’t throw stones in a glass house…
Democratic party superstar Minnesota Rep Ilhan Omar is at it again.
This time she accused President Trump of being bigoted toward the LGBT community for refusing to fly the rainbow flag at our embassies, but it backfired immediately. Boy, did it backfire.
“This is another blatant example of this administration’s bigotry and discrimination against the LGBTQIA+ community” Omar wrote on Twitter:
This is another blatant example of this administration’s bigotry and discrimination against the LGBTQIA+ community. https://t.co/K6Rt3O1LMg
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) June 10, 2019
Give it a break.
First Ms. Omar is Muslim, and Muslim countries outlaw the gay community, some even punish being gay with death. Most Muslim’s in the USA do not think gay and gay marriage are legitimate, let alone all of the other gender choice the left would have us believe are real.
So to call Trump bigoted without first calling out those within her own community is the height of hypocrisy.
As you might expect her tweet was met with immediate push back, but for different reasons:
I am a Dem, #progressive, #ProChoice, #Resist, etc. Embassies can celebrate Pride, but the only flag that flies in US embassies should be the US. Some of the newly elected Dems just want to be in the news like celebrities. 🙄🤬
— Pari (@phirante) June 11, 2019
Here’s the flag we fly at our embassies pic.twitter.com/KojevxmVgl
— M-Mac (@MikeMachol) June 11, 2019
That’s right. The U.S. flag represents all of us and that’s sufficient.
Another user tweeted “Others have said it so I’ll say it as well. The only flag that should fly over U.S. government buildings is the U.S. flag. Not a rainbow flag, not a Christian flag, not a peace symbol flag, well you get the idea I hope.”
Again, that is exactly right.
The only flag that should fly at our embassies worldwide is the U.S. Flag. Old glory, the stars and stripes, our countries flag, with no exceptions.
What do you think about this?
Should the only flag that flies at a U.S. embassy be a U.S. flag?
Src: The Federalist Papers