Thursday, April 25, 2019

Some People Did Something to Easter Worshipers in Sri Lanka

(Image by Steve Kelley)

On Easter Sunday, terrorist bombings struck several sites throughout Columbo, Sri Lanka.

I'll come back around to this later, because here in the US, another one of Ungrateful Omar's comments were unearthed this week.

This one dated back to 2017 in regards to the Battle of Mogadishu.  The ordeal American soldiers faced on that day were vividly captured both in the book Blackhawk Down and the film.

Sergeant Major Kyle Lamb (Retired) wrote a belatedly eloquent rebuttal to Ungrateful Omar's two year old tweet.

I feel justified in nicknaming Ilhan Omar as "Ungrateful Omar," because as Tucker Carlson asks, why is Omar so ungrateful to the country that saved her?

As far as I know, she hadn't commented about the latest terrorist attack, which ISIS claimed responsibility for.

Normally, I'd be willing to let someone's past comments slide, especially if they're contrite about it later.

But we don't live in a normal world.  Today, we live in Clown World, where a number (all?) of the Democrats have gone "full Marxist" and consider yearbook entries as State's Evidence against you.

Based on her current attitude, and previous comments, it's safe to assume that even if she doesn't make a "Some People Did Something, Part II" statement, she's probably thinking of it.

(Image by A.F. Branco)

It makes us like-minded folks wonder:  Who's side is she on?

(Image by Tom Stiglich)
Lauren Chen discussed why Christian persecution is ignored.

And speaking of ignoring Christian persecution:  While Barry O may be out of office, and Crooked Queen Clinton didn't get coronated, thanks to Trump the Usurper, that didn't stop them from demonstrating their penchant for employing newspeak to terrorist attacks.

Now the term "Christian" is being cast down the Memory Hole.

(Image by Bob Gorrell)

I wish I could say this was surprising.

But ever since the 9/11 attacks our government, mostly Democrats but even a number of Republicans, want to whitewash the true nature of our jihadist enemies.

Tammy Bruce discussed how the language of the left avoids real discussions of terror, while Paul Joseph Watson also chimed-in against the whitewashing.

Well, despite the Left's latest attempt to alter the meaning of words--again--my thoughts and prayers go out to the Christian victims and their families.

(Image by Steve Breen)

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