Maybe radicalized Muslims shouldn’t declare themselves to be starters of fire. It’s probably too soon from the day that 19 hijackers of Ilhan Omar’s religion commandeered American flights and brought them down upon our buildings in New York, Washington D.C., and a Pennsylvania field.
Nonetheless, America’s Muslim congresswoman from Minnesota, known for her rabid anti-semitism (she was voted the 2019 anti-Semite of the year), just labeled herself and arsonist and promised to burn everything down around her.
Charlie Kirk explained in a tweet (below).
Omar was asked by David Marchese of the New York Times to defend a line from her book in which she said, ““I am, by nature, a starter of fires. My work has been to figure out where I’m going to burn down everything around me by adding the fuel of my religion, skin color, gender, or even tone.”
Omar responded by claiming it was metaphorical, before lecturing on Intersectionality, a tenet of basic Cultural Marxism and Critical Theory, saying, ““There’s no one else that exists in a space where they have to deal with the hate of anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant, anti-blackness, but also with sexism. People will say it’s my “tone.”
Of course, the current controversy is not caused by her tone, but is caused by her writing that she’s going to set fire to things. As America’s inner-cities are literally burning because of her political beliefs, Americans have a cause to be concerned.