Public school students in Minneapolis are being indoctrinated with assignments forcing kids to laud the life of anti-Semitic, anti-American Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.
Omar is being raised to hero status for Minneapolis public school kids who are being flooding with photos, drawings, and assignments about the Congresswoman’s life.
The report was first made by Powerline.
“Being anti-American and anti-Israel is working well for Ilhan Omar,” Powerline wrote.
According to the Star Tribune:
U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., at the center of a national commotion for her remarks about Israel and the 9/11 terror attacks, raised more than $830,000 in campaign cash during her tumultuous first three months in office, far outpacing the rest of the state’s U.S. House delegation.
Donations poured in from across the country. About $400,000 of the $417,000 in itemized contributions reported by her campaign, including small-dollar donations given through the ActBlue fundraising platform, came from outside Minnesota.
Powerline noted that Omar is pulling in big donations from others who hate America.
Omar’s haul is around three to five times as much as other Minnesota House members have taken in. Meanwhile, Omar is being raised to heroic status in her district’s public schools. Elementary school students are apparently being taught to revere her, much as, in recent years, they have been taught to see Martin Luther King, Jr. as a kind of secular saint. Someone has distributed an Ilhan Omar card that students are instructed to color, while writing a “report” on the inside. I assume those reports are paeans to the Congresswoman.
Grade school kids, for instance, are being treated to coloring contests celebrating Omar:
Despite her constant anti-Semitic comments and her attacks on the country and the president, Omar is being treated like a hero in Minneapolis. Meanwhile, kids across the country are being suspended for merely mentioning Trump. One was even suspended for making a memorial to our fallen soldiers.
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